Studio Indigo celebrated their latest book publication ‘Studio Indigo: Architecturally Creative Interiors’ on Thursday 10th November in London’s iconic Wallace Collection. The evening brought together a milieu of the design industry including the Studio’s Clients and friends who gathered within the wonderfully lit indoor courtyard. The historic 18th Century Museum providing the perfect backdrop to toast the Studio’s 17 years in the industry.

CEO, James Kandutsch said: The book launch was a tremendous success and a great opportunity to bring Clients, friends and advocates together to celebrate our journey. It’s been inspiring, exhilarating, fun and taken us to places we could never have imagined! It really does take an enormous amount of effort and collaboration with many talented people involved to create the spectacular work we do. I hope readers will smile and find joy as they read through the pages of our new book.”

The occasion included beautiful canapes of sumac roast scallop and lemon caviar, potato pave with Jerusalem artichoke, lobster buns to name a few created by The Admiral Crichton and with music by All That Jazz.

The new coffee-table book encapsulates 16 unique and diverse projects that explore different facets of multi-disciplinary design, form and colour. From historic homes, to contemporary city townhouses to homes on the sea, the new book depicts the Studio’s ability to bring their experience to various industries.

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