Chetan Shastri

Course Leader

After graduating (2006) from the National Institute of Design as an Exhibition and Space designer, Chetan Shastri completed his M.Des in Visual communication from Industrial Design Centre, IIT-Bombay in 2009. Chetan went on to complete his second MA in 2016, in History of Design, a course jointly run by the Royal College of Art (RCA) and the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A), London. He was awarded the New Bonita Trust and Gardner Fund scholarships towards his studies at the RCA/V&A. Almost all of his work is in public spaces and key projects include designing the India Pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival 2013, a special display of musical instruments housed in the permanent Indian gallery of the V&A Museum, London (2015) and the Bangalore Metro Signage system, amongst others.

Enquiry 2019