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05 Sep 2014
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NEW WEBSITE 2014!

Hello!

Welcome to our new home. Over the past month we have worked on a new beautiful website housing our wallpaper collections, projects and surface pattern collaborations.

This year we have brought out two new collections, firstly ‘India 14′ which is a soft and decandant collection inspired by travels to India and our heritage. The second collection ‘Kandy 14′ exhibited at the Vivienne Westwood store in Milan, is a fun geometrical roll of assorted pattern. We showcased at Maison d Objet, Paris in January 2014 launching the two new collections.

This year we are further developing our wallpaper collections and bespoke projects worldwide. We plan on sharing more updates form the world of KG surface pattern, divulging into our likes, inspirations, design ideas and much more. Keep your eyes peeled on our news section.

Hope you love our new website as much as we do:-)

KG
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Kirath Ghundoo is a surface pattern and wallpaper designer based in England. She is renowned for her geometric wallpaper designs which are instantly recognisable from the enticing blocks of colour and which add a bold statement to any interior space.

Kirath Graduated from Leeds College of Art in 2006 with a 1st Class BA (Hons) in surface pattern and textile design and went on to graduate from Huddersfield University with an MA in Textiles.

With only such a short time on the design scene, the inventive nature behind Kirath’s wallpapers led to a shortlisted nomination for the Homes and Garden Young Designer of the Year 2012 alongside scoring a nominated for the ELLE Decoration British Design Awards 2012. This year London Magazine has already graced her as a 'Rising Star of 2013'. Her wallpapers have achieved international recognition within major design press including ELLE Decoration worldwide, Mix, The Independent, The Observer and The Sunday Times to name a few.

As a practicing lecturer, Kirath is an advocate of business and enterprise within the creative field. She delivers lectures and workshops across the Institutions, sharing her specialist skills and knowledge.