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21-24 September 2017, Stand M14, Hall T3-C
LONDON DESIGN FAIR 2017
HANDCRAFTED



TULSI COLLECTIONS



ABOUT

THE COLLECTIONS


Everything in this collection is made out of locally harvested sustainable wood. No new trees have been felled for this. Or upcycled discarded FSI certified wood from the industrial cut pieces have been used and given a new life in the hands of craftsmen trained by Atul Johri, who has made Channapatna his home, and the people there, his responsibility. The old forgotten art of wood work that once had Channapatna famous for its lacquer wooden toys and artifacts, now lies by the wayside, in the threat of Made-in- China machine-made replicates. Atul Johri trains and works with his artists to fuse the old wood art with avant-garde designs to bring out exquisite pieces of art and utility that have found their way into the most elite of places.



SOMETHING

ABOUT ME

An Arts graduate from Lucknow Christian College, Atul braved the ire of his family to go into design, because he knew it was where he belonged. His minimalist style of design is so distinct in all his works, whether it is his collection of hand crafted paper lamps, lacquer ware or designing interior spaces and exhibitions.Having worked on projects like Khajuraho millennium, World Expo Hanover 2000 and associated with UNDP-KVIC India project on paper to name a few.All his signature products are of truly global standard that has helped him to reach out to the clients across the globe.Atul Johri’s pieces do not sit still. They laugh out loud, they demand attention, they criticise compromise, they giggle, they scream.

SOME OF MY

POSTS

Channapatna to London

The toy craft tradition is heading to make its mark on the international platformDidn’t we tell you that Channapatna is going plac...

The toy town of Karn...

Come September and Karnataka’s traditional Channapatna toys will be showcased at the London Design Fair 2017.The toys get th...

Channapatna to Londo...

Sitting in a small 6×6 feet room in a narrow bylane in Channapatna, 30-year old Suneeta is giving final touches to a wooden b...

Not a child’s play

Designer Atul Johri urges the concerned authorities to get their act together before the craft of Channapatna disappears for goodC...

What you see when yo...

A stroll on MG Road will inevitably take us to Cauvery Art and Crafts, a landmark destination for the promotion of crafts in Karna...

Architect gets sweet...

What could an architect possibly have to do with mango growers? Help them build their dreams. That’s exactly what Atul Johri...

How entrepreneurs ar...

When entrepreneur Ally Mathan founded Areev four years ago, she aimed to create natural, handmade bath and skincare products. Two ...

Channapatna Craft ge...

Ten-second takeawayDesigner Atul Johri gives Channapatna craft a sophisticated finish with a range of lighting and home accessorie...

Lighting The Way Ahead

Atul Johri’s ideas, whether for craft design or architecture, are all rooted in tradition but contemporary in formHow did your rel...

Channapatna’s craft ...

Architect-turned-designer Atul Johri is taking Channapatna lacquer craft into homes across India, with his edgy designsIt’s a misn...

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