January 15th, 2012 – Maybe her ability to effortlessly arrange bold colors together started at a young age? Perhaps she developed an eye for color as a child when her jet setting mother would drop her off to be baby sat by Andy Warhol, in his infamous Factory art studio. It was he who famously said “I love Mick and Bianca, but Jade’s more my speed. I taught her how to color and she showed me how to play Monopoly. She was four and I was forty-four.” Having Warhol as your baby sitter and paint teacher is sure to have a lasting effect, but the depth of Jade Jagger’s creativity is built on a lifetime of travels, experience, and fine influences.
In between creating her celebrated jewelry collection, London-based Jagger headed to Mumbai to unveil her freshly designed Lodha Fiorenza Residence by yoo. a funky and fashionable new residential tower.
“My love affair with India began when I came here as a child,” Jagger explained “India’s rich and vibrant culture fascinates me!” Jagger’s enthusiasm for India bled into the interiors of Lodha Fiorenza, which is inspired by beautiful jewel tones of India and the Art Deco designs of the Taj Mahal.
Jagger seamlessly integrates the cool, chic aesthetic of contemporary Mumbai, by using the rich color pallets, as seen at the lobby, where a multifaceted emerald jewel-like structure covers a private conversational area. Green, blue, and violet hues saturate the the rest of the space in the form of plush seating, custom rugs, and over sized lighting fixtures.
Jagger had her work cut out for her, as she designed the interiors for all four towers for Lodha Fiorenza, the tallest stretching to 44 floors, where each corner received her signature touch!
Pop’s of color spring out in unexpected places as a sophisticated back lighting system adds accent lighting throughout the towers. A contemporary and comfortable area gives visitors a chance to sit down and enjoy a bite to eat where mid-century furniture goes glam deluxe in the reception hall.