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The joy and calm comes through the lines we draft, the dreams that we weave and the zeal with which we stake our claim to reality - the finished project. -Husna Rahaman


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ABOUT US Fulcrum Studio is a Bangalore (India) based multi award winning practice established by designer and design enthusiast Husna Rahaman 16 years ago. Describing herself as an adventurer, she defines her quest as “moments of detached free thinking lead by the lofty stream of consciousness.�Husna Rahaman has received her BFA in interior design from Parsons School of Design, New York. She is registered with Indian Institute of Interior Designers (IIID). The design team consists of a small group of talented young Spartan architects - Shrunga, Radhika, Shubhda, Tejaswini, Meera and Gowtham.

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Fulcrum Studio is a multi award winning firm. A stellar line up of awards includes Rashtriya Gaurav Award, Asia Pacific International Property Award, Elle Déco International Design Award, IIID Ave Awards, among others. The studio is a creative laboratory where design is a ‘magical process’, leaving no day or project similar to another. Functioning more as an art studio, the office is a space to facilitate thoughts and ideas, wherein “minds tingle, pulses race and dreams are turned into reality with indefatigable fervour.” With projects that range from residential to retail and works that span architecture, interior architecture and interior design, Fulcrum Studio has carved a quiet niche for itself, catering to a clientele that can understand and embark with them on intrepid adventures. The designs follow minimalism with attention to intricate details, transforming spaces into sanctums of design.

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HUSNA RAHMAN Principal designer

I started my creative journey sixteen years ago and it feels like it was only last week… such is the excitement and the longing for pursuits that shake and rattle the status quo. I have been awarded and recognized from the onset. At the age of 26 my first project for the then Chief Minister of Karnataka who found the design ‘refreshing and proactive’ and it awarded me the Society Interiors Award for ‘Outstanding Talent of the Year’. The print media has been incredibly generous to feature our projects. We have been published in various magazines (like the inside outside,). The momentum has put us into the top 100 architects (Architects and Interiors, India), Top 50 (Interiors and Décor). In an intense jury screening process we were selected to be a part of the coveted ’50 most amazing homes in India’, India’s first interactive book curated by Christopher Charles Benninger. Recently Ideal Home and Garden selected us among ‘8 women who changed architecture’ in a feature entitled ‘woman power’. Delving deep, diving into unexplored depths, I resurrected ‘Bidri’, a dying art-form which was barely known in the country of its origin. 100 languishing artisans from Bidar, a small town in north Karnataka were moving into new professions by the day. I worked closely with this genius band of artisans and rebirthed the scale and relevance of this exotic and ancient heritage and won Elle Décor International Design awards for the Best Product Design. Our project was exquisitely featured in ‘Luxe’ by NDTV Goodtimes. We were among the 7 architects invited to design a ‘bathroom experience’ installation across the country in the first ever Kohler experience centre of India which was met by much appreciation. I have been on innumerable debate panels for design forums in India. For me exploring design knows no bounds and vision. iii


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Projects Ekaa: Penthouse .................................................................................... Kevin and Saboo residence ............................................................... Neeraj Mittal and Jyothi Mittal Residence ................................... Craft of Bidri ........................................................................................... Meera and Pankaj Ganeriwal Residence ...................................... Bassera Mittal Residence....................................................................

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AWARDS 2006- Society Interior Awards’- Outstanding New Talent Award

2008- IIID AVE Awards- Residential Space

2014- Elle Deco International Awards- Best Product Design- Bathware

2014- Good Home Awards- Architecture and Interior Design, Most Innovative Award

2015-India International Friendship Society’s- Rashtriya Gaurav Award- Interior Design

2015-16- Asia Pacific Property Awards Development - Best Property Single Unit

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Print Publications -Innovative Indian Interiors- Neelu and Sanjay Jain House -Inside Outside (April 11) Kalro House -Hello ( July 15)- Bidri Artform -Interiors and Decor ( July 17)- Inspiring 50 Architects+Designers -Hot 100, Architects and Interiors, India (March 16) -Inside Outside (Dec 12) - Poddar House -Ideal Home ( June 17)- 8 Women who changed Architecture -Inside Outside (Dec 14) - Jyoti and Neeraj Mittal -Inside Outside (March 16)- Saboo House -Society Interiors (2014)- Kitchens and Bathrooms -50 Amazing Homes in India- Vol 1- (2014) Sankalp Residence -Architecture+Interiors (A+i) - (2010)- Kasbah -Building Giants (Oct 2016) -Mondo arc (Sept 2017) - Folio Online Publication -Architectural Digest- (Sept 2017)- ‘Ekaa’ Gulecha Residence -Architectural Digest- (August 17)- Kohler Experience Center, Delhi Video Publication -NDTV Goodtimes- Luxe Home Interiors- Season 3- August 2017 Design Invitation -Invited among Leading 7 Designers of India to design Kohler Experience Center, Delhi 3


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Highlighting some of the best works of a premier design practice. Fulcrum Studio is a Bengaluru based, multi award winning practice established by designer and design enthusiast, Husna Rahaman. Describing herself as an adventurer, she defines her quest as “moments of detached free thinking lead by the lofty stream of consciousness.” The studio, on the other hand, is a creative laboratory where design is a ‘magical process’, leaving no day or project similar to another. Functioning more as an art studio, the office is a space to facilitate thoughts and ideas, wherein “minds tingle, pulses race and dreams are turned into reality with indefatigable fervour.” With projects that range from residential to retail and works that span architecture, interior architecture and interior design, Fulcrum Studio has carved a quiet niche for itself, catering to a clientele that can understand and embark with them on intrepid adventures. The designs follow minimalism with attention to intricate details, transforming spaces into oases of design and elegance. 4


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Women Power A name to reckon with, multi-award winning designer, Husna Rahaman is an alumni of the Parsons School of Design, New York. The adventurous designer who is a travel freak was recently awarded for her efforts of resurrecting Indian craft into a modern and relevant dialogue with the world. Ask her about her take on the future of the Indian design industry, and pat comes the reply, “Design Lab India Inc. is poised to be the juggernaut of the big design landscape. The layered antiquity of its heritage, the astounding artistry and it’s abundant astute modern minds are this magic potions components.” Commenting on the crossover between India and the international design fraternity she adds, “The subliminal crossover of ideology is what makes the design canvas so enchanting. India is the womb of civilisation and it is not without hubris that I say that at some point and on some level everyone will be seduced by her.” 5


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Award -winning Indian designer Husna Rahaman reveals her integrated approach towards design philosophy Husna Rahaman has come a long way since Identity met up with her more than two years ago. She has won the Best Interior Design Award in the resident al category of India’s 2006 Durian Society Interior Awards, completed several huge projects and, perhaps more importantly, been given a new freedom to explore her ideas. Rahaman is a great believer in the smooth transition between interconnecting spaces and a happy marriage between architecture and Interior design. ”Every project of mine is holistic combination of these two elements”, Rahaman says. “Usually after an architect has finished creating his or her “shell”, the Interior designer steps into fill the shell and that can be extremely challenging. A graduate from the reputed Parson’s College of design in New York, the young architect believes that synergy between the inside and out is an elementary foundation of good design. So how does Rahaman create that equilibrium? “The clients we work with are quite savvy and often ask us to create the whole new package from exteriors to the Interiors,” she says.”They want the whole story in the same language and not two extremely diverse styles, which are not in harmony with each other. 6


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The notion that only men can do physically demanding work is a myth. The air is crackling with music and ceaseless chatter, the tantalizing aroma of coffee is inviting, as are the cozy couches and the designer lamps. Lounge bar would be the fitting description for this place. As it happens architects and designers can be seen buzzing around what is the office of Fulcrum Designs, an architectural firm designing MNCs and homes for the rich and famous. For those who care to spend enough time in the office, another dispensary comes to light. Fulcrum Designs is strangely bereft of men. The brain storming and bursts of activity centre only on six women. “It hasn’t been for want of trying •• insists the Principal Architect Husna Rahaman.”We gave up trying to hire men after trying three times. I don’t want to discriminate. It just hasn’t worked for us”. 7


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The design philosophy of the firm is to create three dimensional sculptures with a function. It is to ensure that “a brick has a voice, stone has a heartbeat and fabric has the operatic rendition of your favorite soprano.” What sets fulcrum studio’s work apart is the inner quietness that is required for the creation of a memorable structural piece. This transcends a space form the spiritual into the physical realm, making it much more than “designed”, giving it a beautiful patina with time. 8


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PROJECTS

Ekaa: Penthouse

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Neeraj Mittal and Jyothi Mittal Residence

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EKAA: PENTHOUSE

Bangalore, India

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: Priya & Prakhar Gulecha, (Ceo, Platinum Group)

Project Type : Residential Area

: 15,000 Sft

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: Interior Architecture & Interior Design

The Largest penthouse in the big bang city of Bangalore, it is a 360° floating island in the Sky. The clients retained the top floor plate of 15,000sqft atop the building they promoted as developers. The design intent aims to create a ‘barrier free’ limitless expansion of views – vertically to the sky & horizontally to the stunning cityscape. The imperial nature of materials used is deft & deliberate in keeping with the stature of the client and his immense reverence in the community. The 8 poster Master Bedroom redefined and reinvents the grandness of a stately room using Mother of Pearl. The lift off Lapis-Lazuli wrap draws the eye to the glorious view.The younger Master suite uses a tessellation of Stone and Steel to create synergy between the Bed platform, Seating Platform and the handcrafted Basins which bring connections & chemistry. The delicate embroidered fabric connects and flows through the spaces adding layers and warmth to the space. he Daughter’s room uses Mother of Pearl and a marble inlay of floral motif of brass and steel to create modern mystery. The bed is lifted on a platform and is scooped into the concrete niche.

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The ‘Mandir’ was derived from the ephermal lotus and was the only curvaceous form in the clean lined space. The sky is stripped open above the Mandir to allow ‘effortless meditation’ indirect communion with the heaven above. The main entrance being a large Pivoted Door, respects the scale of the space and allows free movement when required. There is a smaller door inset into this pivoted door for functionality and play. The lobby space has a balance of textures and colors. The raw concrete framed by the lustrous brass frames and the intricate laser cut brass handle. 17


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01. Entrance Lobby 02. Guest Bedroom 03. Living 1 04. Father’s Study 05. Mandir 06. Living 2

07. Formal Dining 08. Lower Dining 09. Dry Kitchen 10. Wet Kitchen 11. Utility 12. Kid’s Bedroom

13. Daughter’s Bedroom 14. Store Room 15. Home Theatre 16. Spa 17. Master Bedroom 18. Master Bedroom 2

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Ekaa has an ever morphing atmosphere owing to the openness of spatial planning and the fenestrations. This is an ‘island in sky’ penthouse which floats above the carpet of green, welcoming the sky and the horizon; framing the views and filtering the light to make the sky as a backdrop to our design through this home. This is a ‘non-spot light’ home and the artificial lighting is designed to be non intrusive ambient lighting that follows the architectural lines of the spaces. The living room has lighting which was customised to be a part of the design composition with other horizontals and verticals. The corridor has been designed for the lighting to follow the form and it changes the color temperature according to the exterior. The dining space has choreographed lines of wires that span different planes and creates warm dots of light.

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Ekaa had been conceived to have exquisite stone work by usage of traditional inlay techniques which are reinterpreted to work in harmony with the space. Master Bedroom has mother of pearl inlayed in white marble adorning the walls contrasting with the Lapis-Lazuli form. The inlay of metal in stone for flooring and wall has been explored in the daughter’s room. 27


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The living is a splendid play of classic lines and playful new age living. The flooring is a serpentine form of marble and mother of pearl and all the elements have a view above, across and beyond. The transition corridor creates an experience and frames the Stone sculpture with the horizon as a backdrop. The space itself has an intimate scale compared to the lofty living area and has doors to the rooms well camouflaged into the design. The pivoting Photo element is an unusual take to the typical photo wall transforming the space each time. 28

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The Guest Room uses a beguiling wrap of malachite to create an element which snakes across the room and on whirl the bet set. 43


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PRIVATE RESIDENCE Bangalore, India

Client

: Kevin and Saboo

Project Type : Residential Area

: 8,000 Sft

Scope Of Work

: Interior Design

A two-tiered pent-house that is an abode in the heavens due to the views and our point of view. Stretched to its extremeties by our visual and spatial magnification, this home is one in which heart and art will eternally reside.

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PRIVATE RESIDENCE Bangalore, India

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: Neeraj Mittal and Jyothi Mittal

Project Type : Residential Area

: 12,000 Sft

Scope Of Work

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As you enter, you find warm gold hues on the floor, pristine white walls dotted with art and murals, enormous windows that sparkle with green canopies and accessories making statements in blue and purple. Articulate sculpting of the interiors allows clear sight lines all the way to the forest outside. You instinctively perceive layers of detail. The panels display a prominent leaf motif in the abstract representation of tree branches, making a dialogue or conversation between the inside and outside. The leaf is continues in minute details of the running carpets and sofa cushions as well as in the wood in-laid coffee tables. Different materials in each space bring unique consistency to the interiors. The Mittal home located in a built-up neighborhood, is stacked on three levels and set in a corner abutting a forest of old trees. The mittal family traces its roots back to Rajasthan. This heritage posed a unique challenge to Husna and her team. Bringing innovation to heritage yet being in step with the needs of a modern family really got the creative juices flowing for fulcrum studio. Shimmering rooms in royal palaces of Rajasthan inspired the dramatic mirror murals around the dining space.

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The coffee table in the living room is made of beaten silver, transforming from an ancient craft to a contemporary suiting. Aqua blue and royal purple make for unusual companions to a journey of neutrals and pastels. 78


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The second floor is a semi public area for entertaining and dining following an open layout. The staircase and lift lobby are placed to one side of the square plan, while terraces and windows face the forest on all the other faces. The master bedroom and children’s bedrooms are located on the lower floor with a double height foyer opening to a spectacular family room on one side. The walls of the foyer cascading down in double layers stop at different heights, floating over the floor. The colorful line art on these make an aesthetic statement. The son being a huge Chelsea Football Club fan, has a feature wall celebrating the Club Logo in his bedroom. The room is very raw with the use of black and white flooring and metal grid to frame the bed and washbasin, yet is very rich in the overall treatment of colours and upholstery. The entertainment room is on the third floor framed in glass. The polished dark pebbled floor conjures an image of the sky, drawing you into the terrace beyond. The indoor bar extends to an outdoor one with vibrant coloured metal framed lighting on the exterior wall. An eye catcher and a luxurious one at it is the open gazebo with seating. 79


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The leaf motif is carried through the living room to the dining through fabrics, murals and lighting. 80


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Fulcrum Studio Bottom The leaf motif is carried through the living room to the dining through fabrics, murals and lighting. Right The walls cascading down in double layers stop at different heights, floating over the floor. The colorful line art on these make an aesthetic statement.

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The master bedroom is expansive with wardrobe shutters that seem like fabric. Neutrals with a throw of brown hue creates the elegant embroideries. 86


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CRAFT OF BIDRI India

Fulcrum Studio resurrected the marvelous craft of Bidri from the remote region of Bidar, North Karnataka. A dying craft with only 100 languishing craftsmen has been rediscovered to find a new place in contemporary aesthetics. Bidri is created by casting an alloy of copper and zinc, hand etching designs into the metal and chiseling silver foil or wire into the grooves. It is then washed and boiled in sand from the Bidar fort which magically imparts the dark color against which the resplendent silver majestically stands out. The art is reinterpreted into modern context by fusing it into various furniture pieces and lighting elements and the studio has received appreciation and “Elle Deco International awards� for its work.

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PRIVATE RESIDENCE Bangalore, India

Client

: Meera and Pankaj Ganeriwal

Project Type : Residential Area

: 10,000 Sft

Scope Of Work : Architecture & Interior Design

The incredible spatial articulation of this project allows the elements without to reside within. A feeling of living in the ‘by beyond’ is a constant experience. A stunning water feature and central county bathe the spaces in renewed energy. Elegant and restrained , this project is destined for eternity. “it has been a real pleasure and a wonderful experience to have had Husna design two of our homes. her creativity, zeal, and passion is truly unique. Her signature style is brilliant. Husna’s ability to be receptive to our suggestions and requirements without much ado deserves a special mention. Husna and her team of young designers are very professional and their responsive interaction with us is very commendable. It is a very satisfying experience working with Husna on a project so close to your heart.” - Meera and Pankaj Ganeriwal

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PRIVATE RESIDENCE Bangalore, India

Client

: Bassera Mittal

Project Type : Residential Area

To sculpt a five family dwelling with identical floor plans but entirely unique identities was a challenge that was thrilling. Vaastu being a factor, artistry was indeed a game changing tool which narrowed boundaries and blurred the rule book.The ground floor was the residence for the parents, clean and minimal; there is nonetheless a nod towards the exotic adapted in a fresh format.

: 10,500 Sft

Scope Of Work : Architecture & Interior Design

The first floor was a floor that was developed based on the stunning views of the park beyond. Customized furniture and an incredible Zen master bedroom are among the highlights. The second floor is a textural amalgam. Smooth and grainy, concrete and marble, light and shadow contrast with élan. The onyx frame over the master and the glass which connects it to the dining are worthy elements. The third floor has sculptural elements which also serve as seaters punctuating the rectangular space, a real treat which frames the views majestically. The fourth floor has a sensibility which moves seamlessly from room to room, bridging, connecting and free floating. This home has an elevation that has sought to bring distinctively a feeling of ‘Independent Homes’ to one family dwelling. Colors on the outside give an identity to each family and reset the idea of boxed uniformity.

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Left . First floor living has a striped flooring in the shorter axis . The wooden slat detail is used for the coffee tables and sofa base . The residence on the north front has a park with beautiful trees. The frames from the master and Son’s bedroom doubled up as seater creating a seamless space when the rooms are not in use. 

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Top Third floor - Daughter’s room - A merge of the wooden box and a 4 poster. The box was scooped in to accommodate the headboard . The subtle green tile worked well with wood and cage concept . Right First floor master bedroom – To put it honestly it was all White and shades of beige.the Buddhist theme traversed the room. The subtle inlay in the floor cuts the monotonous white. 108


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Second floor –living diningSadarhalli, cobble and statvario marble travels the length of the space. The sculptural sadarhalli blocks becomes the seater and dining . Playful swings hover above these solids. 111


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Left Second floor – library - Warmth of wood and draped fabric on statvario with hints of denim. Right. Third floor – kid’s room – The upholstered blue bed and blinds compliment the gold pearl brush floor . The blinds were personalized with the family pictures. The graphic of the birds in layers added depth to the washroom. 115


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Chair in Vidyas Residence

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STUDIO PRODUCTS

Design blurs all boundaries at fulcrum studio. Macro to micro in a single heartbeat. Our ‘designer products’ are at the latter end of this spectrum and each in conceived and crafted to stretch perceived notions and resurrect the value of Indian craft albeit using crisp and contemporary lines ideas, beliefs….

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Living room furnitures of Kevin and Anita Saboo Residence

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Bathware in Ekaa: Penthouse

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Bedroom in Colonial restoration project

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Fulcrum Studio is a Bangalore (India) based multi award winning practice established by designer and design enthusiast Husna Rahaman 16 year...

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Fulcrum Studio is a Bangalore (India) based multi award winning practice established by designer and design enthusiast Husna Rahaman 16 year...

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