Riwaayat is a medley of assorted patterns, colours and materials. The design reflects the richness of Indian craft through the use of dark wood floors, vibrant wallpapers from Nilaya like Mogholsarai, Indochine Promenade, Sanganer and Bagh-e-fiza, as well as artefacts and motifs.
In addition to Rajasthani architecture, the design is also influenced by Moroccan and Mughal aesthetics. This is seen in the colour palette, mostly the Natural Coffee colour, textures, wood finishes and upholstery. (Photos by Abhishek Kumawat)
Riwaayat celebrates multiple colours, materials, patterns, textures, and finishes that don’t clash nor compete. Each element complements the other, creating a wholesome space that’s bound to leave its visitors awestruck. (Photos by Abhishek Kumawat)
The design reinterprets the traditional Mud Lipai technique - applying a mud-based wall plaster - to suit Riwaayat’s modern clientele. The texture is made using a stone dust powder paste, followed by a coat of paint.(Photos by Abhishek Kumawat)
Wallpapers from Nilaya such as Mogholsarai, Indochine Promenade, Sanganer and Bagh-e-fiza are used extensively throughout Riwaayat. One of the most unique uses is on the ceiling. (Photos by Abhishek Kumawat)