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Knock on Wood launches miniature collection Lil’woods

by Leona Liu on Sep 6, 2016 in Products
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Delhi-based studio Knock on Wood introduces Lil'woods, a miniature wood collection to document the house’s design evolution through the material

Lil’woods comprises of one-fifteenth-scale miniatures that have been crafted using the same materials and techniques optimised by artisans to manufacture the full-sized pieces.

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Aarti Agarwal, the designer behind the Knock on Wood brand who won an award at Perspective’s 40 Under 40 2016, explains, “I wanted to showcase the scale and vastness of all my collections that have evolved over the years and document the evolution of design and aesthetic that the brand represents in a manageable space as an overview.”

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Under the aegis of the Knock on Wood brand that documents the journey of the brand specialising in high quality, contemporary wooden furniture, all the pieces of the Lil'woods collection fit together perfectly to tell a story.

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