Sanjyt Syngh’s new design studio
It is in the by lanes of Sultanpur, the new hub of Interior stores that Sanjyt Syngh chose to open his unequaled studio. Conceived as a fashion forward New York loft, this very personal project amplifies the
essence of his stygian design sensibility. This space challenges the brief that dark colours shrink a space. The zonal experience amplifies the use of fashion colours in interiors. Leading the focus as you enter is a typographic marble inlay on the floor. Syngh chose the word “DREAM” to interpret the kind of spaces
he likes to create. A 12-foot dining table made in Dalmata stone doubles up as a conference space when needed. The table is accompanied by Tulip Chairs from Knoll. Across the floor you will see multiple interior set-ups that are connected by one single element, his love for colour black. The entire floor is black marble and helps transcend one space into the other. Each space is defined with distinct
wall paneling from Brutalist angles to organic curves to bold red. A variety of bespoke objects are on display in the manner of an art installation.
He didn’t want to label this space as an office. It is his personal creative studio, so he wanted his design ethic and the love for everything quirky to scream at the top of the lungs. His name is Sanjyt Syngh and “This is Not A Barber Shop”.
About Sanjyt Syngh
The Delhi-based designer and stylist did his undergrad at Fashion Institute of Technology, New York. The body of his work encompasses residences, offices, showrooms, exhibition displays, gyms and restaurants. Having done projects across India in Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kolkata, he is currently helming projects in Dubai. His firm has had the honour of being named as one of The Top Interior Designers of the World thrice by Andrew Martin Interior Design Review in year 2016, 2018, and 2020. Two gyms designed by them have won the best gym in India, and the best gym in the world amongst some 3,000 entries.