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A signature brand of lights and light Installations, SOGANI by international award winning artist and designer Vibhor Sogani - with experience of 25 years in the design fraternity - unveils three new collections of Light Installations, each of which is bespoke and unique.
At brand SOGANI, quality craftsmanship and creative design solutions that add value and beauty to everyday life are quintessential. Along with avant-garde aesthetics, the designs fuse innovative use of material with state-of-the-art technology to create lights that are bespoke and sculptural. Personalised and exclusive, each piece is customised to suit the desired space and lifestyle. The studio’s eclectic repository of over sixty indigenous designs continues to grow as it explores broader avenues of concept light installations.
 Unveiling three new collections
 ...a Glimpse at the Novelties...
CASA - Inspired by nature, this piece captures the essence of life. Fluid curves combine with the solidity of lustrous beads to create a shape that entices observers, to come closer and delve into the mysteries it holds within.
FOLD - When form takes centre stage, geometry gives way to a viewing experience that is akin to meditation. Crafted from a single sheet of metal, each individual fold is the result of deliberate and meticulous thought.
PALM - Sunny days, warm breeze and sunlight dappling through fingered palm leaves. This is the inspiration behind this faceted formation. The prism like surface radiates a light that gently draws you into the folds of its golden aura.
Vibhor Sogani, born in Rajasthan, India specialised in Industrial Design from the prestigious NID, Ahmedabad. Since 1992, he has been engaged in various commissioned installations, design projects and conceptual art assignments. Over the years Vibhor has exhibited his works in various design and art shows. Famous for India’s largest and most visible public art installation, the ‘Sprouts’, a 40 ft high stainless steel installation spread over 6 acres of greens in the heart of Delhi. Recipient of many honours, his works have won him multiple awards including the EDIDA awards and ‘Singapore Indian Icon of the year 2014’ award. Vibhor has been nominated by the Government of India as a governing member of the ‘India Design Council’. Under the brand SOGANI, Vibhor Sogani launched his signature collection of luxury accessories, lights and light installations. His portfolio, projects and shows are published regularly in the media both in India and abroad.
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