The stone installation at the Kheer Restaurant, Roseate House, New Delhi, resulted out of a collaboration between Ruchika Grover and Japanese designer Nariyoshi Muramatsu.

Repeated geometrical & floral patterns are employed architecturally at the entrance reception and the imposing pillars of the restaurant. The stone carving, inspired by traditional Islamic patterns and engraved in Autumn Brown quartzite comes alive when light falls across it, accentuating the shadows & the intricacy of the carvings.

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