Casa Paradox Profile

The name “CASA PARADOX” defines fine living. The brand embodies global refinement and an indigenous design sense, reflective of a contemporary & timeless design.

Casa Paradox was founded in 1993 by Raseel Gujral Ansal & Navin Ansal to take care of the retail end of the business of design. Casa Paradox is the place where all high end interior design ideas can find their expression. The designer furniture store showcases unique pieces that highlight the intrinsic quality of both the traditional and a new India and hosts a truly stunning array of topical pieces in an exciting range of colours and styles which are customizable based on client requirements. Our benchmarks for quality craftsmanship coupled with design innovation makes every piece a collectable and every collection an artistic legacy. The brand was India's first to exhibit at the eminent Maison et Objet Paris show, in 2013, and was thoroughly appreciated by aficionados from world over. Casa Paradox is exploring franchise model expansion to launch in newer markets worldwide

In a synopsis, Casa Paradox endeavors to constantly better its best, and continue to be recognized as India’s foremost Lifestyle brand.

Founded By

Raseel Gujral Ansal

Creative Director & Founder

Raseel Gujral Ansal

As one of India’s leading lifestyle designers, Raseel Gujral has been ceaselessly valued for her outstanding ability in leading architecture and interior design trends over the past 25 years. Her design philosophy emphasizes a refined use of art, magnificent objects, patterns, strong silhouettes, textures and a sophisticated color palette, that is beautifully balanced to provide a refined original signature.
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Navin Ansal

President & Founder

Navin Ansal

Mr. Ansal attempts to capture the spirit of his times and engage in the exciting potential that bubbles at the surface of modern India. In his own words: ‘Casa Paradox gives me the freedom to express the confidence, power and attitude of today’s design world. It also gives me the opportunity to say something about the way I want our modern India to be’.
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