Amid the vibrant houses of New Delhi, India, lies a decidedly minimalist abode. The combination of clean lines against the vibrant chaotic beauty of India becomes less surprising when you realise that the dwelling was the brainchild of the Parisian design house, Liaigre.
The French firm’s first project in India, this house is featured in Liaigre: Creation 2016-2020, a new book published by Rizzoli in May. Penned by art historian Francoise-Claire Prodhon, the design tome chronicles key projects by Liaigre in the past five years. This storied brand has become synonymous with quiet luxury, realised in a muted palette and wonderfully elegant designs. Founded in the 1980s by Christian Liaigre, it is now bringing this very French aesthetic to the world under the stewardship of German designer and Liaigre creative director Frauke Meyer.