Architectural Digest India

A SWEEPING VISION

Mozez Singh (MS): How did your collaboration with Ambika Hinduja Macker come about?

Joseph Walsh (JW): It happened because of her wish to commission a very ambitious piece. I was intrigued by the space and brief and worked up various ideas into scale models. This was five or six years ago; we’ve been working together since.

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