Radeesh Shetty Launches new store with sustainable products at HSR Layout in Bengaluru

Radeesh Shetty has just launched The Purple Turtles’ latest space at HSR Layout in Bengaluru. From sustainable handcrafted products to modern edgy designs and decor, The Purple Turtles offers a wide range of lifestyle products and ideas at their all-new HSR Layout store. The sprawling space also houses Go Native, a farm-to-table restaurant along with a host of other brands like Oorjaa, Anantaya and Freedom tree – to name a few.

There is an eclectic range to choose from… lights, furniture as well as  accessories. The store offers a complete multi-sensory experience that allows you to see, touch and feel the stylishly designed products. When you get hungry, treat yourself to vegetarian food at Go Native..

The products at The Purple Turtles are brought together keeping in mind the young target audience in and around HSR Layout. The products are also largely inspired by Go Native- – which revolves around the concept of sustainability; the collection features a variety of eco-friendly and sustainable products, among others.

Price range: From something as small as a door knob at Rs.100 to other products and lights that could go up to Rs.1,00,000.

Collections at The Purple Turtles, HSR 


Oorjaa is a design studio that handcrafts sustainable materials into lamps for retail and custom lighting solutions for commissioned spaces and projects. Oorja’s roots lie in Bengaluru’s first handmade paper studio established in 1998 by Jenny Pinto. In collaboration with The Purple Turtles, OOrja is led by the idea of combining waste and natural fibre to create beautiful lights that apply to the idea of living lightly.


Anantaya is the globally-recognised inter-disciplinary lifestyle design studio of Ayush (designer) and Geetanjali (architect) Kasliwal based in Jaipur, India. Committed to the development of innovative ideas through understanding the importance of preserving traditional crafts, Anantaya creates home accessories, gifts, textiles, lights, furniture, tableware and more. Rooted in ancient craft practices, the collection is infused with Indian culture and a sense of place conducive to a contemporary international lifestyle. Through inclusive business practices, working with artisans from Rajasthan and throughout India, Anantaya redefines existing craft traditions and artisan communities by providing design, technology, capital, and creative collaboration.

Freedom Tree

Freedom Tree, a Design and Colour strategy studio, is a home decor brand based in the gritty industrial heart of Mumbai, The in-house design team has grown to be the country’s only trend studio, in India and internationally. Their niche consulting practice has grown into home stores with an online presence. Freedom Tree houses products like accent chairs, crockery, etc,at The Purple Turtles, HSR Layout.



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