Design Pataki is one of India’s foremost digital platform on luxury design, established in 2013 by Esha Gupta.
We bring to you a compelling mix of current trends and extraordinary findings across interior design, lifestyle, art and architecture. Since inception, our focus has been simple – to fill the void of information and streamline the conversation around design in India. From interviews with some of the most brilliant minds in the industry to features on inspiring spaces, our editorial approach centres on a thoughtful combination of Indian and international sensibilities. We deconstruct and offer insights into the biggest design events and shows across the globe, which are also chronicled in our Pataki Calendar. Through intelligent storytelling and unique perspectives, our talented editorial team is committed to establishing a connection between the reader and the world of design. In 2020, Design Pataki launched its exclusive Cult platform, offering members access to cutting-edge digital showrooms of the finest design brands in India, editorial deep dives, and expert opinions that deconstruct the design industry.
Design Pataki has been invited to cover some of the biggest international design shows like Salone Del Mobile- Milan, Maison Et Objet- Paris, Ambiente- Frankfurt, Dubai Design Week – Dubai and Ikea’s Design Democratic Day, Sweden. Our unique insights on design have led us to moderate and be part of panel discussions for Godrej, D/code, Istituto Marangoni and SheThePeople.
Founder & Editor
An unrelenting desire to know more, and create a dialogue on global design, architecture and art in India inspired Esha to launch Design Pataki. A Mumbai-based interior designer and creative consultant, she launched Design Pataki after a five-year stint in the interior and architecture industry as managing director of Artisan Furnishings, India. She studied interior design at The Parsons School of Design, New York and Rachana Sansad, Mumbai. Esha is an accomplished speaker whose unique insights on design have led her to moderate panels and engage in live conversations with some of the most influential designers and architects of our time. Through several initiatives at Design Pataki, she hopes to empower young women in design.