FURNITURE


Handcrafted water hyacinth furniture

This handcrafted furniture creates an ambience of a modern environment blended with a natural feel. The Tropicana set of sofas has an innovative texture which provides a touch of elegance.

This new collection of Tropicana set of sofas from the water hyacinth series has been designed to give it the much desired look ideal for traditional and contemporary homes. The fibre is woven in such a way that it gives the furniture a smooth finish, which does not snag clothing.

“Eichhornia Crassipes” commonly known as ‘water hyacinth’ is sourced from Central Java, Indonesia, by IKian Furnitures. The water hyacinth is cut and cleaned with fresh boiling water and then dried under sunlight. The process of getting a natural colour of water hyacinth is by bleaching and weaving.

The furniture is finally sprayed with melamine sanding sealer and a clear varnish that gives it a glossy finish. The Tropicana set of sofas are available in single seater and three-seater options.The range starts from Rs 40,000 onwards.

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Clinton’s climate positive development programme

Godrej Garden City, a township development in the city of Ahmedabad is one among the 16 founding projects of the Climate Positive Development Program, a Clinton Climate Initiative  (CCI) programme that will support the development of large-scale urban projects that demonstrate cities can grow in ways that are “climate positive.” Climate Positive real estate developments will strive to reduce the amount of on-site carbon dioxide emissions to below zero.

270-acre township

Godrej Garden City is a 270-acre township development in Ahmedabad. This project is being developed by Godrej Properties, the real estate development arm of the Godrej Group.

Godrej Properties aims to crete an integrated township within the city limits of Ahmedabad by providing a mix of residential, commercial and public spaces.

Godrej Garden City is connected to neighbouring areas and to the old city and is a desirable area for township development. When the initial 16 projects are completed, nearly on emillion people will live and work in Climate Positive communities.

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