At the next two events of Design Dialogues in March and April 2019, we invite you to interact, question and create with three young yet aspiring spatial design firms from the city: Preetanshi and Shantesh of Reading Grounds, Akshara and Raja of Office of Cognitive Design, and Jesal and Nischal of M9 Design Studio.
On March 22nd, the first evening of this two-part series, the designers will talk about meaning making through their design practice and processes. Come interact with them and their work in a more fluid conversation about establishing a collaborative practice and its impact on design outcomes.
Following that, on April 5th, we invite you to engage with the designers in a more hands-on experience of making meaning as a design exercise. Together, we can explore questions like: What does it mean to be a spatial designer today? How do you read drawings and images? How does abstraction translate into something more tangible and meaningful? Do gender roles affect a design process, when thinking about spaces, that we inhabit?