The Mid-Century Modern collection is inspired by the planned, uber modern and industrial city of Chandigarh and pioneer of modern architecture, Le Corbusier and urban designer Pierre Jeanneret. This inspiration allowed Prateek and Gautam to revisit some of the early minimal forms that first appeared in their work and bring them to the expertise they have developed over the years. This process gives birth to some of the most distinct characteristics of this collection, particularly the tension between structure and fluidity, which for example is expressed in juxtaposing free form glass against bold, straight lines.