Kaama-Rooted In Desire amalgamates modern designs with ancient Indian art forms to create an appealing aura.
Launched on July 6, Kaama-Rooted In Desire is based on a concept by Delhi-based restaurateur Sudhir Gouchwal. The restro-bar is built on the concept of desire in everything. Created by Seventh Sense Design Studio, the ambience speaks of ancient India, with everything in copper or shades of black.
The interiors have a lot of elements picked from the ancient era, which are depicted as calligraphy on the walls with copper strips. The furniture selected is old school, which is effectively amalgamated with the modern design of the restaurant. The flooring has vintage tiles with handprinted floral motifs inspired from ancient paintings with exposed cement arranged in a random pattern.
"Mumbai Monsoon", an eye-catching mega motion art installation in the middle of the restaurant keeps the ceiling alive. The outdoor patio is designed like the balcony of a house with a lot of green elements and outdoor furniture. It has semi-circular arches with tidy windows. The flooring elements are picked from the Zen gardens and laid with respect to the furniture layout.
The Island Bar serves "tea-infused cocktails" and liquor to the consumers in the restaurant from the front side and to the private dining room. The eatery explores Indian cuisine with a twist.
Seventh Sense Design Studio, New Delhi, is an architectural design firm established by Anurag Dania, Vishal Gupta and Ankit Mittal. The firm’s practice is diverse and encompasses architecture, urban development, interior, art installation, landscape design and furniture design. It has worked on several residential and commercial projects.
Over the last couple of years, the studio has designed high quality interiors of residences and hospitality projects. The team members believe designing is an artistic expression along with passion and high skills.