Pallavi Goenka a Founder and Principal of Pallavi Goenka Homes, an Indian designer creating multi-faceted and experiential residential as well as expansive art collections. The demonstration of provocative concepts and expressive narrates signature of her ideology.
A multi-layered, stimulating sensory experience is at the center of Pallavi's design approach. Through an exploration of materiality, color, forms and an intuitive juxtaposition of contemporary and vintage, architectural and organic, graphic and instinctual, she curates a wealth of experiences into every space.
Pallavi Goenka's art and design is profound devotion to to articulate a distinctive story and an eloquent portrayal of perspective. From Interior Design and Architecture to Art and Creative Direction, Pallavi Goenka builds an individualistic, connecting experience marrying with the elements of Design, Art and Architecture.
Founded in 2016 as an Interior Design Studio, the Signapore- India based company has evolved as an interdisciplinary Design and Art House that is leading the contemporary art and design conversations with experiential RESIDENTIAL, HOSPITALITY, COMMERCIAL and RETAIL destinations and an expansive portfolio of home product designs.
Contemporary Modern art is part of a cultural dialogue that concerns larger contextual frameworks such as personal and cultural identity, family, community. Diverse and eclectic, contemporary art as a whole is distinguished by the very lack of a uniform, organising principle and ideology.
Madhubani art or Mithila painting is a style of Indian painting hailing from the Mithila region, Bihar. Traditionally this painting is done with a variety of tools including fingers, twigs, brushes, nib-pens, and matchsticks and using natural dyes and pigments.
Gond art is a form of folk and tribal painting practiced by the Gond tribe in Madhya Pradesh. The work of Gond artists is rooted in story-telling. Lines are used in such a way to convey a sense of movement to still images. Dots and dashes are added to impart a greater sense of movement and increase the amount of detail. Another very striking facet of Gond paintings is the use of bright vivid colors such as white, red, blue and yellow.
Warli painting is a style of tribal art. These rudimentary wall paintings use a set of basic geometric shapes: a circle, a triangle, and a square; symbolic of different elements of nature. The simple pictorial language of Warli painting is matched by a rudimentary technique. The Warli artists only paint with a white pigment made from a mixture of rice paste and water, with gum as a binder. A bamboo stick is chewed at the end to give it the texture of a paintbrush.