17th Century’s architectural designs of Indian palaces and large havelis depicts ancient texts, and memoirs of prudential events on inside walls; every element of these palaces’ and havelis’ interior are well described—its each aspect, like dwellers’: religious inclination, ritual philosophy, ancestral values, regional and cultural influences, geographical and environmental dominance : moreover the interior craftsmanship of everyone’s personal space panoramically portrays living lifestyle preferences of the dwellers——in present days watching this interior work is like reading an autobiography of every native———and, inspired by this, UTTAMADITYA has curated the new theory of ‘Biographical Home Interior’.
Under this theory of UTTAMADITYA’s ‘Biographical Home Interior’, the fundamentals of interior design is defined on the basis of personal documents written through conducting structured, semi-structured, and unstructured rounds of interviews with every inhabitant of the home. The in-depth information is gathered through oral or written history, personal narratives, year old documents, letters, and other materials of archives. The conceptual working grid of interior design and its execution is then drafted in purview of classic or contemporary whichever art form of interior style is opted for. Though the process under the theory of UTTAMADITYA’s ‘Biographical Home Interior’, seeks substantial time, the epic artwork of interior is crafted and rendered—further, instead of creating a snobbish approach of flaunting lifestyle through interior- the actual dwelling environment aligning to dwellers’ life and life’s value is delivered.
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