If you have been eyeing the range of innovative products at Everyday Project but were deterred by the prices, head to their first-ever sale and shop at up to 50% discount.
Take your pick from creative design brands such as Droog from Amsterdam, Anything from Japan and Haniboi from London as well as from products like Bookman cycle lighting system from Sweden, Anthony Burrill wood block prints from London, liquid bookmarks from Kyouei, Japan, Naoto Fukasawa and Jasper Morrison’s pens from Lamy.
Also on display will be Unit Portables systems of detachable bags and pouches from Copenhagen, Monocole magazines from London, and select design books.
An Indian element will be added through the Industrial Playground range of visual furniture and Rubberband — Keep it together products designed by the owner Ajay Shah.
“Everyday Project was initiated with the intent of showcasing and retailing good design from across the globe. This is a wonderful opportunity to own good industrial design for everyday use,” says Maithili Shah, co-founder of Everyday Project.
Till January 27
At 33 Mahalaxmi Arch, below Mahalaxmi Bridge, Mahalaxmi.
Log on to www.everyday-project.com