If one’s experiences in childhood and the influences in later years can have a cumulative and regenerative effect on design style, then Bobby Aggarwal (Portside Cafe) is a perfect example of this. Having spent his childhood in Bhopal, living next to a lake and sprawling woods, the environment cultivated a desire for simplicity of form and a need to express what came naturally to him. This led to an organic process of creativity that was not encumbered by linear thought and became a distinct feature of his work in later years. Bhopal also exposed him to Islamic cultural elements in design that influenced a lot of his work. Later on, his close interaction with the Parsi community would give him an in-depth understanding of their culture and heritage. All these various influences were to inspire Bobby’s work and creativity in leather furniture India.
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