New Delhi: The Capital is buzzing with one event after another, hot off the heels of the India Art Fair, coming up is India design ID 2020. Being India's leading Design and Decor week the event is scheduled to take place at Okhla NSIC Grounds from February 13th to 16th.
There will be a stellar line-up of international speakers along with more than 135 exhibitors from India coming under one roof to showcase new collections, launches and best of design. There will be prominent design experts and international design visionaries who share their experiences, knowledge and aesthetics through exhibitions, installations and discussions.
Beginning with a celebration of the iconic 2020 year, ID Design Co will bring together 20 eminent architects & designers to create stunning outdoor installations. What's Your Story, a special curated showcase by Bangalore-based architects & designers Sandeep & Tania Khosla will display around 40 objects from around the country with a definitive design story. In addition to this, the pavilion facades will be getting a makeover by British Royal Designer, Morag Myerscough.
The stellar panel this year includes acclaimed international designers and artists like, Sebastian Herkner - Maison&Objet Designer of the Year, Timothy Corrigan - Famous interior designer and the man behind some of the most popular Hollywood Homes, Michael Rojkind - Mexican architect and winner of over 50 awards, Daniel Lismore - A walking sculpture, designer, and also England's Most Eccentric Dresser and Rossanna Orlandi - Iconic interior & product designer.
At the symposium there will also be a range of Indian artists & designers like Rahul Mehrotra - One of India's iconic architects, Zubin Master - Mumbai-based architect and designer and the man behind several celebrity homes, Sarah Sham - Young designer and Instagram sensation in the field of design & decor, Peter Nagy - Owner of Nature Morte Art Gallery, Nuru Karim - Eminent award-winning architect , Christopher Benninger - one of India's oldest and very popular architects Naresh Narsimhan - Bangalore based architect known for his urban planning and Martand Khosla - Architect turned artist.