Mitti ke Rang is a restaurant that facilitates the basic human need of socialising.
Since the beginning of time humans have been living in and evolving with nature, the designers respect for resources and earth-energies converged with the owners' family links to pottery. This connection was strengthened by using clay in its various expressions. It was mixed with dye extracted from the flower of the kesudo tree, turmeric and other organic ingredients to birth a glorious golden coloured plaster that evokes auspicious moments especially in the Indian context. The central material is ably supported by reclaimed jute, wood, unfired clay vessels and terracotta tableware.
Designer: the grid architects
Project: Mitti ke Rang (Clay and colour of clay)