About De­ni­able Stu­dio

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“De­ni­able is a sense of mu­tual re­spect and dis­agree­ment on the min­i­mal­is­tic na­ture of our de­sign de­ci­sions,” says Akhil. “De­ni­able – the abil­ity to deny the coun­ter­feit and un­de­ni­ably ex­plore the full po­ten­tial of the ma­te­ri­als with their raw­ness. Hence, the name De­ni­able Stu­dio.” The stu­dio fo­cuses on cre­at­ing ob­jects that echo a for­ward­think­ing aes­thetic and a fo­cus on art and crafts-based ex­pe­ri­ences. Part of the brand’s DNA rests in their de­sire to de­sign sub­stances with which to cre­ate the per­fect bal­ance of us­abil­ity and min­i­mal­is­tic lux­ury. “We’re on the con­stant look­out to ex­plore and ex­ploit the po­ten­tial of raw ma­te­ri­als, with re­spect to colour, scale, texture, and the be­hav­iours they ex­hibit.”

ABOVE AND LEFT “De­sign Ob­ject” table­top col­lec­tion by De­ni­able Stu­dio

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