The following pieces were made as a part of my M Des. Furniture Design Programme
at the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad.
A portable study lamp in bamboo.
The thought behind it is to see how products for daily use can be made with sustainable materials, making people rethink the entire life cycle of a product before it ends up in the landfill.
Splitting and heat bending were the key techniques used to achieve the form.
It's lightweight, can be carried with ease
A lounge chair inspired from Bengal
The brief for our design project was to design a classic chair which is inspired by the state or cities of India alloted to us. The city given to us was Kolkata.
The scheme and vision was to push us to explore the possible amalgamation of tradition with ongoing contemporary trends.
Stool Inspired from Twisted Balloons
JOY is a stool made with metal pipe bending with thick foam wrapping on top. Its bright and colorful aesthetic adds a sense of play.
The table stand is designed for a top of mdf with a graphic print of stone carved elephants.
Explorations with pipe bending. Made with a 1/2 " dia ms pipe and topped with 6mm glass.
The table top with the graphic print was given to me by my client who specializes in creating graphic prints on particle board, mdf and wood surfaces.