At DEA, we celebrate the power of beautiful textiles and the effect they have in a space. We want to surround you with luxurious art and fill you with extravagance and magic.
What we do:
We mix hand crafted elements with innovative technologies to create bespoke textile art pieces for high-end interiors. Every project is cuztomized to fit your residential and commercial projects.
What makes us different:
We tell stories through our projects. Every artwork is inspired by a city, its cultural heritage and architectural language. Textiles have always represented rich histories of the communities that create them.
We aim to continue the tradition of storytelling, but with a fresh perspective. By studying the philosophies of different places, we can find the similarities in human nature.
About the founder
Dea's Founder, Aditi Patwari, is a Textile Artist and Designer who has created projects for Interiors, Stationery, and Fashion. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Textiles from Arts University Bournemouth, and a Master of Science in International Business from Hult International Business School. She has lived and worked in India, the UK, and the UAE, where she currently resides.
Aditi is excited by architecture and geometry, which tend to be the focus of her textile work. Her textiles are inspired by travel, and her collections tell the stories of her journeys. As an artist, her visual inspiration comes from a trip to a new city, understanding its cultural heritage, and its architectural language. Through her work, she wishes to communicate that no matter how different we might be on the surface, we are all looking for the same things in life - love, happiness and connection.
Aditi is also a Mindset & Transformation Coach. She helps her clients break through the obstacles that seem to be standing in the way of their goals. Find out more about her Coaching Business here.
Dea's Current Initiatives
Aditi is providing online coaching and consultations to artists on how to create their personal brands for online buyers. So they can continue their lifestyle and adapt to the market's needs.
She is also helping emerging artists with advice on how to get started and find their unique creative voices. To support these creative professionals during Covid-19, she is offering a pro bono first session at this time.
The platform was first created to showcase and support creatives stuck at home due to Covid-19. It was an effort to promote those artists and designers who had suffered from the loss of postponed and cancelled exhibitions.
In light of the current issues around inequality around the world, we are now highlighting artists and designers who are using their creative voices to fight for change. Dea aims to create a space for cross-cultural communication and understanding through this platform and to amplify important voices in its creative community.