The business got a further boost when in 1962 Husainbhai Firdosy’s son Adam Firdosy uplifted the business to another level taking the clientele from government contracts to private users. He started designing furniture keeping in mind the practicality & economy for potential users.
The carpentry skills that he had acquired from his father since 1959 helped Adam Firdosy to master the intricacies of furniture making. Thus, the legacy of the “Firdos Style“was kept alive even in the modern context and the company started making furniture for banks, guest houses, offices, and private homes. In a country dominated by vast diversities, cultures & rituals it was a challenge to establish & maintain a unique style but Adam Firdosy was able to do this with his meticulous approach, determination and focus.