Architectural Digest India

DAVID ABRAHAM

Satchmo, Mocha and Indi live along with their humans, David Abraham and Kevin Nigli, in their home, physically situated in Noida but metaphysically somewhere in the gardens of Sri Lanka. Set within high walls, it is a quiet little sanctuary that was built over 14 years ago, with kota stone floors, a loggia, an inner courtyard, and interiors layered with textiles, furniture, art and artefacts full of stories—if

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