Archive for October, 2008
Jigisha Patel, a textile designer, trained at NID Ahmedabad. Seen here, her explorations in felt. She works with the natural colour of wool, uses only 100% Merino, and is inspired, among other things, by Indian architecture. A look at a few pieces from her collection.
Filed under: Indian Product Design | 7 Comments
Tags: Felt, Jigisha Patel, Merino Wool, NID, Textile Designer
Samira Rathod’s home is tucked away from the road, in Breach Candy. Trees and birds and silence fills the pathway to her ground floor residence. The long narrow corridor that the front door opens to splits the home halfway. The Living, Dining and Master Bedroom on the left and the children’s room and kitchen on […]
Filed under: Indian Interiors | 9 Comments
Tags: Indian Interiors, Laxminiwas, Residence, Samira Rathod
*An Indian By Design Exclusive* Tara was my first feature on Indian By Design. I was fascinated by the handmade children’s books they published. My favourite being The Night Life of Trees. The artists from Gond – Bhajju Shyam, Durga Bai and Ram Singh Urvet – were a revelation. A collective of writers based in […]
Filed under: Indian Art, Indian Graphic Design | 4 Comments
Tags: Gita Wolf, Indian Children's Books, Indian Design, Tara Publishing
Kavita’s having her first solo exhibition. If you’re in Bangalore, do attend. She does great work.
Filed under: Indian Art | 1 Comment
Tags: Chidiya Udd Solo Exhibition, Indian Art
*An Indian By Design Exclusive* I came across Zubin Pastakia’s work in the Spade Journal. His study of Mumbai was refreshing, and refrained from talking of its old charm or it’s rushed populace, but seemed to focus on silent, perhaps unconscious conversations a city’s built strucures have with those who live in it or visit […]
Filed under: Indian Architecture, Indian Photography | 6 Comments
Tags: An Indian By Design Exclusive, Built Landscape, Cinemas Project, Indian Photography, Mumbai, Zubin Pastakia