Stem Design

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Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

A tactile aspect exists within the works of Stem. Led by Aman Bhayana and Sugandhi Mehrotra; the duo’s sentiment lingers on everyday experience and questions the relationship between our values and objects we find beautiful. The studio’s work engages in creating a deeper connection with our surroundings. The objects, designed for a conscious consumer talk about the timelessness in design and material. We believe there is a moment of perfect balance between the two, when the object becomes a manifestation of an emotion or a culture.

MAAT 430

MAAT originates from the idea of bringing an earthy texture into our interior space. The table visualised as part of our home stands as a metaphor and reminds us to see beauty in the simplest things. Stripped of ornamentation, it stays bold and confident with its undulated cylindrical form. The imperfections in hand-made flutes, almost subtly reflect the movement of the potter's hand and build an innate connection between the maker and the end-user.

Now on Sale
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MAAT originates from the idea of bringing an earthy texture into our interior space. The table visualised as part of our home stands as a metaphor and reminds us to see beauty in the simplest things. Stripped of ornamentation, it stays bold and confident with its undulated cylindrical form. The imperfections in hand-made flutes, almost subtly reflect the movement of the potter's hand and build an innate connection between the maker and the end-user.

MAAT 430

ODD_top.jpg

MAAT originates from the idea of bringing an earthy texture into our interior space. The table visualised as part of our home stands as a metaphor and reminds us to see beauty in the simplest things. Stripped of ornamentation, it stays bold and confident with its undulated cylindrical form. The imperfections in hand-made flutes, almost subtly reflect the movement of the potter's hand and build an innate connection between the maker and the end-user.

MAAT 430

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MAAT 520

MAAT originates from the idea of bringing an earthy texture into our interior space. The table visualised as part of our home stands as a metaphor and reminds us to see beauty in the simplest things. Stripped of ornamentation, it stays bold and confident with its undulated cylindrical form. The imperfections in hand-made flutes, almost subtly reflect the movement of the potter's hand and build an innate connection between the maker and the end-user.

mono.oak4.jpg

MAAT 520

MAAT originates from the idea of bringing an earthy texture into our interior space. The table visualised as part of our home stands as a metaphor and reminds us to see beauty in the simplest things. Stripped of ornamentation, it stays bold and confident with its undulated cylindrical form. The imperfections in hand-made flutes, almost subtly reflect the movement of the potter's hand and build an innate connection between the maker and the end-user.

ODD_top.jpg

MAAT 520

MAAT originates from the idea of bringing an earthy texture into our interior space. The table visualised as part of our home stands as a metaphor and reminds us to see beauty in the simplest things. Stripped of ornamentation, it stays bold and confident with its undulated cylindrical form. The imperfections in hand-made flutes, almost subtly reflect the movement of the potter's hand and build an innate connection between the maker and the end-user.

Now on Sale
ODD_top.jpg

MAAT originates from the idea of bringing an earthy texture into our interior space. The table visualised as part of our home stands as a metaphor and reminds us to see beauty in the simplest things. Stripped of ornamentation, it stays bold and confident with its undulated cylindrical form. The imperfections in hand-made flutes, almost subtly reflect the movement of the potter's hand and build an innate connection between the maker and the end-user.

MAAT 520

ODD_top.jpg

MAAT originates from the idea of bringing an earthy texture into our interior space. The table visualised as part of our home stands as a metaphor and reminds us to see beauty in the simplest things. Stripped of ornamentation, it stays bold and confident with its undulated cylindrical form. The imperfections in hand-made flutes, almost subtly reflect the movement of the potter's hand and build an innate connection between the maker and the end-user.

MAAT 430

Stem Design