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The Ins and Outs of India Design Week

Aseem posted on 09 February

By Aseem Kulkarni

Right on the heels of the India Art Fair comes India Design ID. India’s definitive and first-of-its kind design week is celebrating its third year with a whole slew of panel discussions, brand names, and the latest in design and decoration trends. The fair itself comprises a three day exhibition over 8,000 sq meters, bridging the gap between consumer and creator. The exhibit will be open to trade and general visitors to view the finest in home decoration and design. High end brands and designers will present collections through individual booths, trend galleries and installations. Plus you can check out the up and coming trends for contemporary craft and emerging young designers.


The Charcoal Project

To break it down for you, the fair will have a Decoration Pavilion and a Trend Pavilion. The Decoration Pavilion will include established names such as arttd’inox, beyondDESIGNS, Casa Pop by Raseel Gujral Ansal, Hafele, K2India, Poltrona Frau Group, Sarita Handa, Swarovski, The Charcoal Project, The Pure Concept and Valaya Home, to name a few. The Trend Pavilion will feature designer interpretations of the colour trends forecast for 2015. Asian Paints will announce their Colour Next 2015 forecasts as well.

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Apartment 9

We suggest you check out LBB's Shahpur Jat neighbors Apartment 9 at booths 32, 33, 38 and 39. Along with having 2 store locations in Delhi, Apartment 9 exports furniture and home furnishings to some of the leading global brands like Andrew Martin, Pottery Barn and Crate & Barrel. Check out more of their innovative designs and projects here

And of course, if you can't make it to the fair itself, check out where you can find all of Delhi's design hotspots. ID Satellite will be featured through the week long festivites at the design districts of Delhi with promotions, collaborations and events. These places include Lado Sarai, Meharchand Market, Shahpur Jat, Defence Colony, and MG Road. The participating venues will feature design-linked activities across lifestyle stores, restaurants, malls, bookshops, galleries, select public/private locations, with an explosion of launches, new collections, cocktails, previews, reviews and special events.



Lastly there is ID Symposium, which will serve as an inspirational space for all that’s design including presentations, panel discussions, interactive sessions, debates and dialogues. We suggest you check out the panel discussion with the creative heads behind Klove, Prateek Jain and Gautam Seth, on the 13th, Friday at 12.10pm. Since they started in June 2005, Klove has worked to provide the best in luxury lighting solutions to their clients. Beginning with small scale lighting design, they have also created larger and grander light sculptures and installations. They have catered to a very impressive clientele that includes some of our favourite venues including Hard Rock Café {Delhi}, the Oberoi Hotels, Park Hotels, and The Claridges. Check out some of their other clients and installations here

Last year’s event saw over 21,000 visitors, from both general visitors as well as those exhibiting, and this year the numbers are expected to be substantially higher. So whether it's a panel discussion, a remodeling project, or you're looking to discover the next big thing in interior design, head to the India Design fair this weekend!

Where: NSIC Grounds Okhla

When: 13th, 14th, 15th February, Business Hours: 10am – 2pm, General Hours: 2pm – 7pm {Sunday 10am – 7pm}

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