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The State of the Conversation around Innovation in India

This first panel at the Design Public Conclave will address the current discourse of innovation in India, and set the tone for the rest of the day by identifying some of the key takeaways about how the innovation conversation now … Continue reading

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“From Bauhaus to Bollywood”: A Response

By M.P. Ranjan This is a guest blogpost by M.P. Ranjan, former Professor of Design at the National Institute for Design in Ahmedabad, and current Design Thinker and Writer, author of the Design for India blog. Professor Ranjan has been … Continue reading

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From Bauhaus to Bollywood

  I spent Sunday morning at the Barbican, a curious London cultural institution that dates from the 1970s. Its heavy and brutalist architecture could have been featured in A Clockwork Orange. The Barbican was hosting a widely acclaimed exhibition on … Continue reading

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Panel 4: What Do We Need to Do To Build an Innovation Society?

It has become a tradition at various editions of Design Public for us to use the final session of the day to reflect on the many idea that have come out in various panels and breakout sessions and to ask … Continue reading

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ColourNext Themes: Crystal

‘Crystal’ was the final theme discussed at ColourNext Dialogues, led by a panel of M.P. Ranjan and Shimul Javeri Kadri. Shimul described the theme as ‘beautiful, elegant, and relevant,’ a theme that necessitates reflection, a requestioning of form, space and … Continue reading

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