Taking ahead the culture of sparking conversations in the design industry, IIAD had the privilege of hosting the kickstarter for ADI’s (Association of Designers of India) Delhi Chapter, at its Campus in Okhla, New Delhi. The constant buzz in the room was an affirmation of the talented designers practicing in the Capital.
Amit Gulati, Founder of Incubis and an active member of ADI, began the session by sharing the aim, need, and importance of the existence of a body such as ADI. He also iterated on how ADI can help put New Delhi on the Indian Design Map. Post Amit’s presentation, the session was open for discussion with numerous inputs pouring in from the mix of 50 designers in attendance.
ADI (Association of Designers of India) is a Not for Profit pan India body registered in Pune, India with the vision to be a world-class network representing professional interests of Indian Design community, creating a meaningful interface between design professionals, people as users, the industry, education institutions and the policymakers. In addition to New Delhi, ADI has chapters in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Pune.