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Nine Dot Squares- The Jaipur Design Show

An interactive design show focused on architecture, interior design and lighting



Nine Dot Squares- the Jaipur Design Show, A first of its kind design show is scheduled to start from 1st April 2016. The event focuses on architecture, interior design, and lighting. The event is the brainchild of eminent architect Ritu Khandelwal and organized by Shalini Agarwal. It is supported by Indian Architect- Rajasthan chapter. The main objective of this design show is to offer a common platform to the diverse design community of India where they can showcase best of their works.

The event will not only help the designers to acquaint a wide segment of audience to their art but it will also help the budding designers and students to interact one-on-one with maestros of the designing art. The students and novices can expect a vast amount of practical knowledge and various aspects of designs rendered in comprehensible format. The key speakers will include the eminent personalities like Ammanath, a noted architectural restorer and an eminent hotelier, Mitchell Abdul Kareem Crites, a pivotal name in the revival of traditional Islamic and Indian calligraphy and crafts and founder of Saray Designs. He is also a senior member of Rajasthan crafts council. 

The three day event will also include presentations and Chat and Chai sessions mainly focusing on encouraging the visitors to actively interact with the designers.  Some of the major products on display will include lighting, furniture, metal products, home textiles, carpets and wall are.


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