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    IN THE COLOR PALETTE OF LIFE
    GREY EXISTS IN ALL OF US
    Sussanne Khan obtained an Associate Art Degree in Interior Design from Brooks College, Long Beach, California in the year 1995, and designed her first project in 1996. Further through the years she has practiced her unique style of interior design.
    On Feb 26th, 2011 Sussanne founded and introduced The Charcoal Project, India's first and most unique design concept store. The store changed the meaning of curated interior design in India. Meticulously created by Sussanne herself, the 14,000 sq. ft. store has two commanding levels and presents lines by premier global and Indian designers Andrew Martin, Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla, Prateek Jain and Gautam Seth for Klove and her very own hand crafted furniture collection "Sussanne Khan pret home".
    She uses metal, wood, natural fiber's, concrete, geometric patterns embellishments, all subtly woven together to create what she calls quiet luxe, her signature style; a seamless blend of industrial masculine with feminine edgy chic. Her belief is that luxury is about emotion and design is her tool.
    At The Charcoal Project along with a team of Architects, Interior designers, product designers, Sussanne has delivered many conceptual projects in the world of residential private homes, destination villas, commercial offices and model show apartments for various leading real estate companies.
    Sussanne resides in Mumbai with her two sons, Hrehaan & Hridaan and believes that through all journeys of life, stand tall and "dare to dream the impossible".
    the charcoal project
    rooms
    Summer
    Sorbet
    Aviator
    Collection
    Bird
    View
    Brass Maharaja
    Collection
    Globe
    Trotter
    Mad
    Tea
    furniture
    Eagle
    Man
    EL GORILLA
    DA CARBON
    Butterfly Paper
    Weight
    Amoeba
    Mirrors
    Fur Leather
    Foot Stool
    Side Table
    Lamp
    Fur Leather
    Arm Chair
    Side Table
    Lamp
    Arm Chair
    Wisconsin Brown
    Side Table
    Lamp
    Deer Head
    Table Lamp
    collaborations
    the label life
    www.yoo.com
    YOO

    In Feb 2015, YOO was proud to announce its collaboration with Sussanne as Creative Director.

    YOO, the international design company, founded by international property entrepreneur John Hitchcox and Philippe Starck in 1999 welcomed the universally praised designer from Mumbai to join its all-star team of design gurus. YOO and Sussanne Khan will partner in a vision to create sustained value through exceptional design.

    As Creative Director of Sussanne Khan for YOO, her eclectic and sumptuous signature style and wealth of experience will resonate widely with both Eastern and Western aesthetic tastes, making this partnership with an international brand an ideal synergy.

    John Hitchcox, YOO Founder commented, "We're delighted to welcome Sussanne Khan to the YOO family in a collaboration that represents an exciting evolution for the brand. This partnership creates a unique opportunity to promote the very apex of contemporary Indian design across the world through one of its foremost figures. Sussanne brings enormous experience and talent to the collaboration and we see great potential in this incredible new offering."

    the label life
    www.thelabellife.com
    THE LABLE LIFE

    In 2012 Sussanne along with Preeta Sukhtankar founded thelabellife.com. She lends her years of design experience to the e-commerce site as the style editor - House and Home. The label life is a destination for the independent Indian woman wanting a curated mix of clothing, accessories, home decor and much more.‬‬

    It is a tastemaker-led portal, that has three celebrated style editors for each category namely Sussanne for house and home, Malaika Arora Khan for clothing, and Bipasha Basu for accessories.

    House and Home curation is Sussanne Khan's way of making her decor and design ideas more accessible, approachable and a way for her to reach out to a wider clientele who aspire for better design at the best value.
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