Shahrukh's wife Gauri joins hand with tech guru Peter Lyngdorf


Gauri Khan, entrepreneur and wife of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has entered into a partnership with sound technologist Peter Lyngdorf’s prestigious audio brand Steinway Lyngdorf. The collaboration with the international brand will give a ‘technological’ edge to Gauri’s design space.

The star wife is a professional interior designer and co-founder of production and distribution company ‘Red Chillies Entertainment’.

Peter Lyngdorf, founder of the Denmark-based high-end audio company sealed the deal with Gauri after opening their flagship showroom in Delhi earlier this year.

"I am happy to collaborate with Steinway Lyngdorf. Since the inception of my studio, it has been my effort to offer distinctive, defining pieces that add to the aesthetic appeal of spaces," Gauri told a news agency.

Peter Lyngdorf was accompanied by Monica-Sambhriya Parikh and Harshul Parikh, owners of Trescent Lifestyles, who serve as the exclusive distributor for Steinway Lyngdorf sound systems in India.  They are one of the leaders in providing high-end home theatres, audio-video and home automation solutions for luxury homes of several Bollywood and Forbes 500 celebrities.

The global company is known for delivering high performance digital sound systems, combining design artistry and the finest craftsmanship with perfected technology. According to Gauri, "Steinway Lyngdorf offer best in class audio-video technology" and it will "fit in beautifully with her mission of enhancing the home or office environments.”

The collaboration between Peter Lyngrorf and Gauri will enable interested consumers to get a demo of Steinway Lyngdorf S-Series sound system, which has been installed in her design studio in Mumbai’s Bandra. For bigger sound systems, they can take suggestions from the company’s founder and arrive at a decision.

Trescent Lifestyles’ Harshul Parikh believes, "with Steinway Lyngdorf’s technology and creative from Gauri Khan's design studio, one can expect nothing less than extraordinary."