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#PoV – Our Speaker for day 5: Padma Shri Awardee, National Award winner & renowned filmmaker, Dr. Nila Madhab Panda

Best known for unique and intriguing narrative of contemporary India, roping in the audience through dense and critical insights into the untold stories of the country, Dr. Nila Madhab Panda was born in Dasarajpur, a small & inaccessible village in Odisha. Having spent his childhood days along the banks of river Mahanadi, Dr. Panda carries […]

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#PoV – Our speaker for day 4: Design Thinking, HCD, & Service Design Thought Leader, Sudhindra V.

One of the most renowned thought leaders in design thinking in the country, Sudhindra V is a leading name in the arena of Human Centered Designs (HCD), Service Design, & digital transformation. Having led large scale high performance teams in complex organizations through exceptional organizational leadership, Sudhindra V. is someone who has cracked the code […]

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A love letter to staircases

Steps usually take you up or down, but when you are lucky – they make you gasp, stare and swoon. Those who follow this blog, know of my eternal love story with staircases. Since I haven’t touched upon this in some time, today let’s take a ‘flight’ of fancy with some breathtaking staircases. Web Yates […]

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#PoV – Our speaker for day 3: Prof. Nidhip Mehta -Architect, Educator, and Dean of School of Design (Pearl Academy)

Prof. Nidhip Mehta, comes from a rich background of design & architecture with more than 20 years of experience in the domain along with a long-standing stint as a prominent educator in India. As the former Dean of School of Design, Pearl Academy, his role was focused on the comprehensive academic administration of all design […]

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#PoV – Our speaker for day 2: Prof. Mookesh Patel, Professor Emeritus at Arizona State University

With more than 3 decades of far-reaching experience as a leading teaching and research faculty at ASU (Arizona State University), Mookesh Patel is a stellar name in the domain of design, with deep expertise in a diverse array of fields ranging from experience design to semiotics to visual branding among others.  As former Dean of […]

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#PoV – Our Speaker for Day 1 – Dr. Anuradha Chatterjee, Dean, Faculty of Design, Manipal University Jaipur

Anuradha Chatterjee is an Indian-born Australian feminist academic practitioner in architecture and design based in Australia and India. She is the Dean of the Faculty of Design, Manipal University Jaipur. A renowned author with several publications in the arena of architecture, art, and design, Professor Chatterjee is the one of the esteemed speakers gracing our […]

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Cindrebay School of Design presents PoV (Point of View) Design talks

“Gaining knowledge is the first step to wisdom. Sharing knowledge is the first step to humanity”  – Anonymous  The true spirit of Cindrebay School of Design Our onus as Cindrebay School of Design has always been to share the knowledge, wisdom, & expertise that we gain in our journey with the entirety of the design […]

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Interior design world tour – Chapter 1

Culture has a significant influence on interior design which can be attested when we look at interiors from different parts of the world. The evolution of art, climate and materials also play a key role in space design which is why interiors from various countries have discernable characteristics. Maintaining a region’s identity, designing from the […]

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The vintage magic wand – tips for retro interior design

Just like in fashion and clothes, vintage style is making a come back in interior design. This means that old treasures stashed away in attics and storage units can now have a spot in your homes. Combining new age pieces with touches of antique furniture or artefacts is a fun challenge which we will discuss […]

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