In 2020, after the pandemic hit India, Bengaluru’s Karthik Srinivasan started spending time on woodwork. First, he made a bookshelf for his daughter Akira, whose growing collection of books desperately needed a home. When he shared its picture on his social media profiles, it received overwhelming responses, even from several strangers.
After some more pieces of children’s furniture, orders started pouring in. Thus, Karthik, along with his wife Gayatri Vijayan, started building furniture for children through their brand Gosh.
“We realised that our homegrown project had tremendous potential, especially since parents are constantly on the lookout for imaginative furniture,” Gayatri tells YS Weekender during a recent conversation.
Based out of Bengaluru, Gosh only operates within the city as of now. However, the duo has…