The Black Steel recently got featured in India’s largest circulated English newsmagazine, and we couldn’t be more glad about it. There is nothing more gratifying than seeing a creation of your innovative Industrial furniture instincts go up on the ladder of subtle fame, one step at a time, and this one is definitely one step we would like to take again and again.
The Week interviewed Archana Kumari Singh, the Executive Director of Frazer and Haws, on responsible and sustainable furnishing, which also offers incredible utilitarian value. So you can imagine, when to our delight, we turned the pages, and found the Penny Farthing Table right there, which we offer in our catalog! The celebrated architect Ashok B. Lall introduced the concept of “Green Homes”, and it feels great to be deemed eligible to be named as a part of the initiative.
The Black Steel, as we always maintain, is an online destination, if you are someone who is into Industrial Décor Interiors that are durable, and defy the standards of being elegant and simple. These are crude and sturdy vintage look pieces, that exude class, and as The Week has it in this issue, justifies the two keywords of luxury furnishing; responsible, and sustainable.
The Black Steel’s responsible Industrial furniture collection is made up of recycled material, most of the times, and to be listed amongst the biggies for a cause that encourages environmental good in the form of recycling, it is an honour.
Get your copy of The Week Edition, 13th March 2016 and explore more about Guilt Free Luxury”.
Neha S Bajpai