Rohit Thakar- CoFounder of The Love Triangle
Great Companies: Please tell me something about the business and how did you come up with such an idea? Rohit Thakar: After completing my architecture I co-founded The Love Triangle with Tannishtha Motilal who is an advertising professional. Art was our passion and we both believed that is was the foundation of our respective professions. We wanted to combine our profession and passion to create a firm where people like us can share their ideas and talents to create something unique. Through this combination of art, architecture, and advertising, we intend to bridge the gaps between commercial design and aesthetics in order to create customized solutions for our clients.
Great Companies: What are the various services and products provided by your company?
Rohit Thakar: The studio offer aesthetic services in the creative fields of art, architecture and advertising. It is driven by the tantalizing chemistry of these three disciplines that are so different and yet have so much in common. It is a way of infusing aesthetic services with diversity.
The art vertical offers a range of creatively designed products, customised art, accessories,
stationary, clothing, film making & direction, music composition, etc.
The architecture vertical offers architectural designs for a variety of fields such as leisure,
residential, industrial and commercial as well as interior designing.
The advertising vertical offers creative solutions for branding, graphic designing and
Great Companies: Why should one choose you over others in this field? Rohit Thakar: When a new business goes on the floor, there are three basic things they need - brand identity, space to set it up, and advertising to push it forward. The Love Triangle runs an inter-disciplinary practice for businesses and brands. This well-knit design system in terms of architecture and interior plans vis-a-vis branding and advertising is a complete package.
Great Companies: What are the struggles and challenges you face? Rohit Thakar: As being one of the unique practices people/clients usually used to find it difficult to understand what exactly what do we do. We do face similar challenges sometimes. Great Companies: What do you think are the few main things which are most important for a successful business? Rohit Thakar: 1. Good leadership
2. Versatile team
3. Passion & earge to create something different than usual
4. Good listening & communication skills And last but not the least
5. Understanding clients requirements.