ColourNext Dialogues in New Delhi: An Overview

http://dolesashfarm.co.uk/?komynalka=first-date-online-dating-tips&5ba=8d The second edition of ColourNext Dialogues, a discussion on the trends identified in Asian Paint’s ColourNext project for 2012, was held in Delhi on February 28th. Fashion designers, artists, architects, interior designers, and students met for an evening to interact with the ideas, give their critiques, and discuss the social trends behind the colour palettes.

dating is often very expensive To open the event, Anand Vijayan of CKS, spoke about the inspiration for ColourNext Dialogues, and the opportunity to look deeper into the colour trends for real meaning. Ekta Ohri, head of projects at CKS, invited participants to talk about their own relationship with colour. Some professionals spoke about their use of colour in design and art, and observed a growing trend to more neutral, blank colours. Several participants spoke about colour as the first and primary means of communication with the world, making colour the defining aspect in an object’s identity. Whether professionals, students, or neither, all the participants enjoyed colour as more than a visual experience. They spoke about how colour as an expression reflects mood, emotion, and even personal identity.
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ColourNext Dialogues Delhi: Awakening

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http://jewelofmuscat.tv/pijibi/4737 Awakening was the final theme discussed at ColourNext Dialogues in New Delhi. Speakers Siri Devi Khandavelli, an intermedia artist based in Bangalore and Delhi, and Shalini Jaikaria, Founder and Designer at Gieshadesign, began by talking about their first impressions upon seeing the installation. To Siri, the installation signified a sort of spiritual journey, an ascension of the soul through time and experience. She also spoke of how the many birds and their upward movement suggested that each individual was aspiring to move upwards, which contributed to the collective rising. Shalini was drawn to the installation because of its delicate fragility and soft transparency, elements she uses in her own work. [Read more…]

ColourNext Dialogues 2012 in New Delhi

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click here for more info The Center for Knowledge Societies, in collaboration with Asian Paints is organizing ColourNext Dialogues 2012, a a first of its kind conclave on colour trends, forecasting and visual directions in Indian society. The conclave, to be held at the NCIS Exhibition Grounds in New Delhi on February 28th, 2012, will be an intensive half-day discussion on the visual significance of observed social trends.

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https://bristolquakers.org.uk/drova/1381 Speakers at the conclave will include
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Bringing the Inside Out – Rethinking Spatial Design

internet While user-centered design is the new buzzword in the design community, architects are way behind the curve. For a long while, architects across the world have been focusing their designs on user requirements, but have not been thinking deeply about the relationship between the space and the user who inhabits the space. Unlike product, system, and service design where user-centered design is about making users’ lives easier by addressing their needs and challenges, user comfort may take on different meanings in the context of spatial design. Spatial comfort may not be only about meeting the functional needs of users, but also about creating an environment that allows the users to feel “one” with the space.

In one of the research studies conducted by CKS in 2010 to understand how Indian consumers perceive luxury, it was revealed that they define luxury as consumption of products and spaces, which are in-sync with their inner philosophies or personalities. Owing to the extremely busy, fast-paced lives of today, individuals are looking to create these “inner spaces” within the comforts of their homes to allow more frequent access as opposed to waiting for a vacation. [Read more…]