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This is a continuation of yesterdayâ€™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
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
An article in Hindu about Bill Gatesâ€™ recent visit to India stated that his â€œultimate dream is to design low-cost toilets.â€ In order to design cheap and dry toilets, with as â€œgood or better smell characteristics as a flush toilet,â€ … Continue reading
The other day, Niyati Mehta of the Tata Trusts visited us at CKS. She wanted to talk about folklore and its future in India. Folklore seems like such a nineteenth century academic pursuit — could new thinking bring it alive … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, Sunil Abraham and I met up with Sukumar Ranganathan, the editor of Mint newspaper, to think and talk more about our upcoming event, Design Public. What would it take to transform India into an innovation … Continue reading
Our recent event ColourNext Dialogues in New Delhi, which brought together professionals from various design disciplines to think more deeply about their relationship with colour, ended with an interesting debate. Reflecting on the event after engaging with the installations of … Continue reading