The Coral Bones Project was born out of an inspiration to mimic amorphous shapes symbolic of corals and underwater flora. The idea was to use waste metal debris, leftover from the sand casting process to make wearable and usable jewelry, leather clutches and home products. All metel used is recycled brass/aluminum and each piece is a one-off form in shape and texture. The use of seemingly waste metal bits across three different product categories reflects the versatility of these metal bits.
Initiated by POOL Magazine in 2015, "India’s Best Design Awards" are the first to recognize Design Studios for their professional work, business practices and transparency. INDI Design started publishing POOL Magazine in 2010 with the mission of bringing Indian talent in Design, Innovation, and Art into the limelight. The digital avatar of this monthly print magazine is available for annual subscription at www.indipool.com
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