Mansoor Khatri comes from a business background. He graduated in computer en joined his family business of garment production. While working in the garment business he did MBA in marketing and human resource. In around 2009 he joined his father’s business of civil construction. Despite of acquiring various degrees in other fields there was one thing he always wanted to pursue – Interior Designing. Earlier he said he never got the time and opportunity to fulfill that dream. Then came the perfect time and he took admission in Rachna Sansad. He has now successfully completed his course and is working on various projects right now. Quite happy with the fact that he finally got the perfect time to fulfill all his dreams especially the big one of being an Interior Designer.
Mansoor added that what drives him most about this field is the fact that you get a chance to design homes for people, which is a small world in itself. A family spends the most important parts of their lives in their homes and it is an extremely proud feeling to say “That house is designed by me”. Today he is working with Sankalp Group of Companies, one of the leading organizations in design and infrastructure. Sankalp Group has designed and constructed commercial spaces for more than 400 blue chip companies in the world.
We at H2Designo are today sharing his college piece of work on the restaurant he designed. The concept he selected for the restaurant was Continental. He has kept in mind to make the concept quite Minimalistic since it was a fine dine restaurant. He has used a lot of wood, wallpapers, photo frames and artifacts like most European designs have. Since continental is mostly European he has used materials that cater to the European feel especially wood. Large windows with wooden frame and leather seat are a major European thing. He believes Minimalistic design makes a small space look more spacious, crisp and clean.
Mansoor is doing exceedingly well for himself and H2Designo is proud to have got a chance to share his work with you’ll. We wish him All The Best and hope to see him go places in the near future.