To make the process of creating your dream home as simple as possible, Savio & Rupa Interior Concepts offers a variety of interior design and furnishing alternatives. The husband-and-wife team of Savio and Rupa has a portfolio that demonstrates their ability and dedication to develop a distinctive, exclusive, and premium setting with an opulent lifestyle and a fusion of the aesthetically pleasing and the practical.
Rupa Savio graduated from a design programme in Bangalore with a certificate. She had previously lived in London for almost three years, where she was exposed to a wide range of both traditional and modern designers. Thus, she drew inspiration from a wide range of domestic and international sources. She pays close attention to how a project is introduced, gathering a basic brief from clients and using their suggestions and embellishments to produce distinctive, captivating, and dramatic settings. She adds life to any interior with a deceptively straightforward method. High quality mansions, villas, and apartments are all part of her portfolio.
Savio Michael’s attention to detail is second only to his obsession with the aesthetics, finish, materials, and final output. His knowledge also includes lighting, painting, furniture, and photography. He believes in collaborating with clients to achieve the best possible results. Savio, Co-Founder, has refined and fine-tuned his skills in interior design over the years and has a team of dynamic designers based in Bangalore.
Their creative design concepts aim to meet short-term needs while also protecting long-term investments. They are dedicated to providing superior and elegant interiors with an abstract blend of aesthetics and functional aspects. Their creative design concepts aim to meet short-term needs while also protecting long-term investments. They are dedicated to providing superior and elegant interiors with an abstract blend of aesthetics and functional aspects.
Savio and Rupa’s furniture selection also follows the mid-century curvy design trend. Straight line fashion is broken up by Scandinavian storage cabinets, oval-shaped sofas, a coffee table, and a chandelier. They carefully chose dark flooring colours to complement the white furniture.
Justifying her inspiration for her works, Rupa signs off with the Mantra of Rupa & Savio Interior Concepts, “We believe in listening with great attention and understanding our customer’s needs thoroughly before beginning to create a concept. Furthermore, we keep them involved and solicit their feedback at all stages of the project. That is why we consider it more of a collaboration.”