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Posted at: Jun 14, 2018, 1:05 AM; last updated: Jun 14, 2018, 1:05 AM (IST)

Creating a space of their own

Meet these interior designers who have made their mark not just in the cityscape, but also across the country

Vrinda Saini

Maintaining the aesthetics of space, whether it is home or office, positively affects the mental health of a person. Naturally, there are many firms offering interior designing in tricity. Here, we have a look at some very well-known names in the business.

Family business

Mother-daughter duo Madhu Garg and Mohita Garg, both architects and interior designers, work under the banner name of Creative Consortium. 

For Madhu, space, trending designs and budget of the client have to be kept in mind for best results. Mohita has a more contemporary and naturalistic style of designing. 

Among their big projects, Sardar Beant Singh Memorial Public Library in Sector-42 and Kamarajar Port Limited in Chennai, are the two recent ones. They have won many awards too, including the Best Interior Design Award in 2014 for the Public Library, ICI Best Dream House Design Award in Chandigarh (2015), etc. 

Of space and psychology

Apart from being a brand and event designer, Gurjot Shan excels at her job of being a fabulous interior designer. With projects spanning across India, in cities such as Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, NCR, etc, she is reaching out to a wide clientele. She specialises in the eclectic style of interior designing, which is an amalgamation of various styles. Gurjot draws inspiration from the famous Didi Contractor, who even at the age of 88, is a practising architect, based out in Sidhbari, Himachal Pradesh. With growing awareness about space planning and its effects on the psychology of the people, Gurjot forecasts a boom in this work of line, especially in Mohali. 

European touch

Renu Soni is another reputable name in this circle. She is known for her finesse in the European style of interior designing. Having conceptualised many projects like that of gyms, restaurants, skill development centres and residential spaces in and around Chandigarh, she also provides overseas consultation to students in Mohali. 

Recycle mode

Taking the business a notch up, Shivani Sharma is bringing new ways to cater to her client. She steers a comprehensive programme wherein her team recycles wood and delivers customised furniture to her clients. Flexible with her style according to the clients’ demands, she aims to establish a trusting, communicative relationship with them. 

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