Gurmit's design philosophy has always been based on the practice of elimination. 

The nature’s beauty, structure and harmony is embodied in the concept of mathematical beauty that manifest in forms and numbers, they are the soul of natural philosophy.

Gurmit, trained as a sculptor at La Salle School Of Arts in Singapore. A sculptor in her own right, she had the fortune to meet and assist a great Belgian artist Olivier Strebelle who created the Olympic Gardens in Beijing and other notable monumental sculptures dotted around the world.  His creations of larger than life sculptures integrated with incredible mechanism brought a fascinating approach to public art. His whimsical creations have pushed the boundaries of design and engineering. 

Whiles Gurmit's sculptures became smaller with time to accommodate with her busy schedule in the international fashion world with Yves Saint Laurent, Givenchy, Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen, Donna Karan, Rei Kawakubo, Issey Miyake and lots of other reputable fashion designers worldwide, Her switch from being a sculptor to a fine goldsmith redefined her approach of design that starts with the search for the heart of the structure that beholds a perfect balance, beauty, allure and the ingenuity of craftmanship imbued with billion of year of natural structures and only then she integrates the current fashion trends.