The 7th edition of The Park Hotels with Elle Decor student contest aimed at identifying new generation of designers across various disciplines and gave them an opportunity to showcase their work at the #InteriorDesign symposium held in Delhi. We are proud to announce that the winners in the Interior Design category are our own Senior year students – Reha Kothari and Spandana Joshi.Know More
Ms Mehta addressed our students on the eclectic mix of careers that students can choose in the design industry. Lightbox being a frontrunner, students were extremely excited to know how they could learn from the leaders at the firm and work towards creating a difference for brands and people.Know More
Design the Globe is a platform for all ISDI students to showcase their creative talent and explore the world through the lens of design. Students were given the opportunity to express themselves through installations, short documentaries etc. that translated their country-specific ideas in a succinct manner.Know More
The junior and final year Interior Design students had an eventful day with an extremely engaging and interactive experience with Designer Jannat Vasi at one of her office projects that was designed for Gozoop – a creative ad agency.
Jannat and Ahmed ( creative head of go zoop) was kind enough to take them through every aspect of their journey of building Gozoop an 8500 sqft office in Andheri.
Shefalee Vasudev, Editor at The Voice of Fashion, visited ISDI Mumbai for an interactive session with our fashion communication & business management students. The main of the lecture was her experiences around the Fashion industry, indigenous activism followed by a question & answer round with the studentsKnow More
Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” Thanking #VickramSinghBawa for a fabulous Fashion Friday at @isdimumbai. Nobody better than the ace photographer could be our first speaker. Discussing Mr. Bawa’s journey from a landscape photographer to fashion photographer and addressing all the questions and queries of our upcoming designers it was a pleasure having you.Know More
Tearing the paper means you’ve stopped believing in the infinite possibilities of a square.” “Origami with Bob” – A special summer workshop program for the students to learn the Japanese art of paper folding. Origami helps develop hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills and mental concentration. Use of the hands directly stimulates the areas of the brain…Memory, non-verbal thinking, attention, 3D comprehension and imagination are further stimulated by the brain’s exploration of origami.Know More
“Little things that make a house, home!”
Our 2nd year Product design students displayed some of their best home décor exhibits. The Pop-Up shop had a mix of multi-purpose lamps, tables, bookshelves and a lot more.
The Charpai workshop was a great opportunity to learn the art of weaving a charpai, which is a traditional hand-woven bed. The process was therapeutic and the students were fully engaged in weaving their intricate, colourful creations.Know More
It’s a wrap!! Final Graduation showcase of Fashion Business Management Class of 2018 Runway to Racks – Season 5, was a complete experience of fashion’s newest innovation in tech & style by our students.Know More