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On the haute seat

Rising temperatures making you spend more time indoors? We turn to Limon, the hue-heavy, bright and airy Delhi studio by Aradhana Anand, for inspiration.

This is a story of playful colours, a creative instinct, the splendour of chairs and the connection they share. Hang on. We'll get there. First, let us take you back to 2006 when Aradhana Anand was busy

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