Our Logo - epitomizes our design sensibilities. Designed by Andre’ Arbus, this bronze and pear wood ‘sculpture’ is displayed at the Musee Des Arts Decoratives, Paris. “Even the banal transforms into the sublime in our hands.”
From a large reserve of acclaimed ventures, we present a selective collage of projects that exude poetic beauty and are bench marks in design.
The Drawing Board has ventures that conform to the ethos of our firm, wherein adaptive usage of heritage buildings, resort ventures high in sybaritic quotients all encompassed in a contemporary vocabulary that augurs a new chapter in Hospitality Design
We are poets and technocrats,
Our concepts meld sybaritic quotients with avantegarde technologies.
We are French and Indians,
Our designs meld French panache with Indian aesthetics.
Our designs for leisure ventures in Heritage destinations are romantic storytellings while our concepts for nature centric destinations are true celebrations of the outdoors. Embracing free form designs and avantgarde motifs, we aspire to provide ethos high on sybaritic quotients - getting up to a bird song. Seeing the lambent sunshine caressing the landscape, having a spa ambience in the vanity area. The restaurants and spas designed to provide alluring atmosphere, operational parameters carefully planned to be efficient and discreet - extensive R & D and travelling to observe, have given us the expertise to curate designs for sublime experiences…
From the iconic and award winning Raintree and Karavalli, Concepts Infinitum forays in F & B design are highly successful endeavours. Swirl, Bubble Cafe, Sian, Citrine for the Taj group, Hearth for Radisson, Ducal bar for Sofitel, free standing restaurants in Europe and India, the iconic "The Biere Club" all have brought great acclaim to the firm.
Our passion for adaptive reuse of heritage buildings in culture centric destinations induces us to create designs that are unique transliteration of the heritage ethos. Working with conservation architects and lighting designers, CI2000 rejuvenates edifices to ensure their perpetuality. These endeavours are an act of worship.