Fusion of Design Sensibilities

Reflect has been conceived and founded in India as an international platform for light.

Published: 06th December 2015 08:49 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th December 2015 09:48 AM   |  A+A-

Fusion of Design Sensibilities

With the rapid growth of the Indian economy, an increasing exposure to global construction technologies, greater awareness of style vocabularies and an enhanced receptivity towards ingenious ecologies, the world seems to be shrinking and fusing design sensibilities. STIR  (See. Think. Inspire. Reflect has been conceived and founded in India as an international platform for light—for creativity in light, information on light, revelation through light and education about light and hence presented the exhibit, titled Block. Buster.

Fusion of Design.jpgBlock. Buster is an exhibition that showcases the works of acclaimed German architecture firm J. Mayer H. and Partners. With a special focus on the intersection of architecture, communication and new technology, and as activators of public space, their work re-evaluates the urban environment. The show conceived by Amit Gupta at his Vis-a-Vis Experience Centre redefine our understanding of space as a platform for communication and a catalyst for socio-cultural interactivity.

fusiom.JPGThe evening hosted by Gupta and his wife Hardeep on Thursday had Juergen Mayer sharing his experience and design philosophy. Also seen were architect Anuja Gujral, product designers Vibhor and Navdeep Sogani, Prateek Jain and Gautam Seth of Klove Design, ad-man Navroje Dhondy and many others.

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