It’s a working Sunday for Bijoy Jain, the architect and founder of Studio Mumbai, when we meet in the compound that houses both his studio and home in central Mumbai. Once a tobacco warehouse, the premises—like much of the surrounding neighborhood—bears vestiges of the city’s industrial past; the rusty sheet-metal entrance gate offers no indication of the abundant foliage and light within. This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty-Two Buy Now Related Stories Design Interiors Issue 43 Vincent Van Duysen At home with the cult architect. Interiors Issue 36 Home Tour: Adolf Loos The Austrian architect laid the foundations for unornamented modernism. Interiors City Guide Finn Juhl’s House A masterpiece of Danish Modern design on the outskirts of Copenhagen. Interiors Issue 47 Home Tour: Vill’Alcina For nearly 50 years, architect Sergio Fernandez has found political purpose and refuge at his vacation home. Interiors Issue Forty-Six Interiors Special: Make space for what matters most. Interiors Issue 46 Bush Modernism Rebuilding the legacy of desert architect Alistair Knox.