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January 31, 2020 Comments (0) Views: 6801 Issues

Designindia 114

In this issue:

The perfect balance

The perfect balance

Visual art: Aniruddh Mehta
Aniruddh Mehta is as much graphic designer as visual artist, and he tries to do justice to both through his work at Studio Bigfat
All about scale

All about scale

Cover story: Dr. Naushad Forbes

A well known industrialist, Dr. Naushad Forbes is Co-Chairman, Forbes Marshall, India’s leading steam engineering and control instrumentation company. He is on the Board of several educational institutions and public companies and was recently listed in the Indian Express list of the 100 most influential Indians.

His is also a familiar name in Indian design circles.As former Chairman Governing Council National Institute of Design (NID), and Chairman India Design Council (IDC), Dr. Forbes has been able to work at bridging the still large gap between industry and design in the country.

The richness of handmade

The richness of handmade

Fashion: Amit Vijaya and Richard Pandav

Amit Vijaya and Richard Pandav are committed to bringing together many hands and hearts through their clothing label ‘amrich’

The creative curve

The creative curve

Graphic design: Shahana Jain and Devshree Sahai

As partners at GCD Studios, graphic designers Shahana Jain and Devshree Sahai contribute enthusiastically to the ‘creation of ideas without boundaries’

No need to hide

No need to hide

Accessories: Sudheer Rajbhar

By encouraging traditional leather artisans to explore recycled rubber and other material, Sudheer Rajbhar is giving them the opportunity to keep their skills alive

The nature of light

The nature of light

Lighting: Prateek Jain and Gautam Seth

Prateek Jain and Gautam Seth of Klove Studio combine the delicacy of hand blown glass with the sturdiness of metals to create a breathtaking range of lighting options

A moving experience

A moving experience

Kinetic art: Amrish Patel and Darshan Soni

Amrish Patel and Darshan Soni came together to share a common vision that has since come alive through striking explorations of kinetic art

A natural experience

A natural experience

The Indian Curator: Nibha Sikander

Nibha Sikander’s 3D figures of birds and insects are intended to draw attention to the wonders of nature. She tells Sonalee Tomar of ‘The Indian Curator’ how she was drawn to the art of paper-cutting.

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