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When art and luxury came together at Bengaluru's Phoenix Kessaku

The recently organised art event showcased the works of some of the biggest artists in India.

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Updated: Jul 29, 2019, 11.41 AM IST
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Art inspired MIZU lobby
Art inspired MIZU lobby.
Kessaku, Bengaluru’s ultra-luxury sky bungalows, collaborated with art curator and artist Harish Kumar Sejekan and Singapore-based art gallery Mayin Art to showcase an eclectic collection of works by some of the biggest names in Indian art history.

The artworks were displayed in the Phoenix Kessaku lobbies, Midori — the garden club, and the Kessaku show flat. On exhibit were masters like Jamini Roy, Rabindranath Tagore, Ganesh Pyne, along with contemporary artists including Ram Kumar, Gurudas Shenoy, Milind Nayak and Ganesh Doddamani.

​Vinod and Neha Raibagi​ posed for the papparazzi.
Vinod and Neha Raibagi posed for the papparazzi.

Present at the event were Asif Iqbal, president, Indian Economic Trade Organization, Nishant Prakash, former head of ZARA India, artist Gurudas Shenoy, IAF officer KC Kuruvilla, Chitra Shanmugam, Anita Sethi and many more.

Phoenix Kessaku, which means masterpiece in Japanese, is a residential high-rise development at No.1 Dr Rajkumar Road. Its location makes the project close to the commercial district, international airport and other community facilities.
(L-R) Artist Harish Kumar Sejekan, Arshia Ladak, director of Phoenix Kessaku, Sophia with Chitra Shanmugam, and Nalini Malaviya and Gurudas Shenoy were at the event.
(L-R) Artist Harish Kumar Sejekan, Arshia Ladak, director of Phoenix Kessaku, Sophia with Chitra Shanmugam, and Nalini Malaviya and Gurudas Shenoy were at the event.

Phoenix Kessaku’s five exclusive towers — Sora, Niwa, Mizu, Faia and Zefa — are inspired by the five natural elements and give residents an uninterrupted and breathtaking view.

Equipped with large airy rooms bathed in natural sunlight, these spacious homes come with customised fit out and layout options to suit your lifestyle.

Phoenix Kessaku The Masterpiece
Phoenix Kessaku is Bengaluru’s ultra-luxury sky bungalows.

The facilities offered at the three on-site clubs, Midori – The Garden Club, Kaze – The Sky Club and Phoenix Club One, include a rooftop jogging track and an infinity pool. Other amenities feature a family-friendly outdoor pool area with multiple sports areas. The project has recently received its Occupancy Certificate and is ready for handover

For more details visit www.kessaku.in (RERA registered)

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