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Pandemic

By the end of 2020 when things started getting back to normal, I started exploring my own city, this time with a designer's lens. These are few of those projects developed post lockdown.

This is the 1st ever project which was developed with the help of a local cobbler, he was kind enough to lend me his tools and teach the stitches.

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a modernized version of the traditional travelling mandir.

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At Shed, Surat We wanted to train the carpenter to look for minor details and aim for perfection. This is the miniature version of a workstation that was created out of the 2 weeks exercise.

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I believe you must bring your whole self to the table if you want to thrive in today’s crazy world; your personality, your sense of humor, and most importantly, your heart.

Baking is like meditation for me. I have used this process to channel my emotions into focus, perfection and consistency.

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The quickest love story you could ever imagine. Something that I was scared to work with and couldn't keep my hands off it after the 1st week.

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Some passion projects are too close to my heart to turn into a profession or a money source. Making some of my own garments from scratch has been a common practice in my house and NID dyeing lab just helped me extend it with one more step.

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A Skill learnt in design school that has turned into a hobby.

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Art & more

What is a designer without their own mediums of expression? - A very boring designer I would say.

Always learning with this - expressing my inner child at its max.

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Few are professional, few are out of classroom - all are purely original.

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