An interdisciplinary initiative, now in its second decade and a new avatar, involves exploration of the design phenomenon as a whole from the broadest perspective. Employing multiple modes and methods of engagement to locate the significance of Design in the larger socio-cultural context, Design X Design is also geared towards raising levels of appreciation within each discipline and nurturing connections across various design domains. Local and global in outlook it is directed at the initiated and the uninitiated alike.
An interactive platform for on or offline contact between designers from multiple domains sharing their portfolios and professional experiences with audiences to facilitate a dialogue and exchange of synergies between them in a neutral, open and lively atmosphere.
An opportunity for a moderated engagement between domain experts and interested attendees conducted with an open-ended spirit of sharing ideas, opinions and experiences on burning issues concerning society and design irrespective of its scale, focus or form.
A promotional interface to show and see the work of selected young, energetic and promising designers under the age of thirty-five to facilitate the reading of emerging values, tendencies and concerns cutting across various design domains.
A rare guided group activity undertaken over an extended period of time with like-minded multi-cultural, inter-disciplinary group of academics/practitioners to unravel the complex relationship between humans and habitat in an 'on location' hands-on, interactive and immersive environment resulting in multi-domain tangible design ideas/solutions shareable with local citizens, governmental and non-governmental agencies for possible implementation.
An open invitation to designers from all age groups and backgrounds to participate, engage and compete online in tracking the prevailing mores concerning the problems/challenges faced by humanity across the globe today, leading to relevant solutions and provocative utopias employing cutting edge technologies and abundant creative freedom.
It's been a special year for Designxdesign. We marked an important milestone moment in the evolution of Design x Design, by launching the book 'DxD @10'. This commemorative volume celebrates 10 years of Design x design, archiving it's multifarious activities including exhibitions, tête-à-tête, 20under35 etc. , with the book launch at Alliance Francais.
A gesture of gratitude, initiated to broaden and deepen the engagement between the community of designers and civil society, by initiating an Award to honor the contribution made by discerning supporters / sympathizers, directly or indirectly towards the promotion and propagation of design and/or the cause of the extended ecosystem of the design based creative communities.
Marking an important milestone moment in the evolution of DXD, this commemorative volume celebrates 10 years of Design X Design, archiving its multifarious activities and serving as a Design Directory, while simultaneously offering an insight into the Design-based Creative Communities in India over the last 10 years. Coupled with written contributions made by invited experts, the Book provides a rare domain overview - combining both the habitat and non-habitat design-based expressions of Design
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11th 20under35 Exhibition 2021
1st Design X Design AWARD
Wicker Story is an attempt to create a symbiotic amalgamation of art, architecture, production the precinct of craft and parametric design methodology and thus celebrating the context of culture, color, tradition, and values in India.
Being one of its kind of an Institute in Asia the project has been designed to strive for a dynamic relationship between the sports player and the sea through its architectural language and spaces.
Anello is a halogen powered task lamp designed for an Italian lighting manufacturer, Artemide. The central feature of the lamp is a spring-based balancing system that enables the lamp to be easily positioned at various angles and directions.
The project aims to use design to inform the issue of extinction of critically endangered species. His range includes representations of a mountain gorilla, an Asian elephant, a tiger, a saiga antelope and a rhino. Toggles are positioned to look like eyes and fabric folds create ears.
Mitushi Khurana Kapoor
Head Culture / Communication
Alliance Francaise De Delhi
72, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi
Lakshmi Chand Singh
Anagram Design Studio
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