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Classroom Design for Creativity – A Lesson from Google

Ever since I started working here at CKS and began writing about design, innovation, creativity and so on, I’ve often read and written about the physical design of spaces and how they influence creativity. You can find many an article … Continue reading

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A Brief Overview of Pecha Kucha Night #13 (part 2/3)

This is a continuation of yesterday’s post giving a brief overview of Pecha Kucha #13, held last Thursday at the American Center. Like I said earlier, our speakers this time were incredibly inspiring, each in their own way, and their … Continue reading

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Even More Speakers at Pecha Kucha Night #13!

The next Pecha Kucha night in New Delhi is exactly a week away, and presentations have begun to trickle in, looking fantastic so far! It will be held on the 11th of October at the American Center (Kasturba Gandhi Marg), … Continue reading

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Innovative Architecture for Better Healthcare

via @fastcompany Danish architects 3XN have won a design competition to expand Copenhagen’s main hospital. Their ambitious design is an excellent exploration of how intelligent design can transform both the efficiency and efficacy of hospitals. Fast Company writes: The proposal, … Continue reading

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On the Architecture of Design Public

Last year, when we held our first event in New Delhi, we wanted to have a real conversation on innovation, and sought out a venue where we might be actually be able sit together in a circle. This led us … Continue reading

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On Futuristic Architecture, Public Participation and Hedonistic Sustainability

This excellent TEDx talk by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels could potentially transform the way city planners, architects and even public policy planners view the structures within which we operate. The buildings he designs transcend both the structure and the purpose … Continue reading

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Whale-Shaped Floating Garden that Cleans Rivers

via @inhabitat Is it a whale? Is it a garden? Is it a work of art? It’s all those things, and it’s purifying the water too! What is it? It’s the latest creation by Vincent Callebaugh, architecture and design visionary, … Continue reading

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