We work with socially-conscious organisations that share our vision and use design to create products that are meaningful and responsible. Our approach begins with respect: for raw materials and resources, for skilled artisan-makers, and for the planet.
We consult with clients across various stages from concept to production, including conceptualisation, design and product development, technical advisory as well as artisan skills training. We are always on the lookout for interesting projects. We'd love to hear from you about how we can work together.
Asian Heritage Foundation, New Delhi, India
The Jiyo project led by Rajeev Sethi and funded by World Bank spanned 6 Indian states in the red corridor. Malvika travelled to 3 of these – Bihar, Orissa and MP, working on-ground as the Design Lead. She conducted workshops to train artisans -focusing on 4 crafts, sabai, sikki, dokra and beadwork; put budgets and systems in place to manage production clusters; oversaw international marketing. She also led Jiyo’s presence at Maison&Objet Paris, an international trade show, while assisting with overall organisational and event-based projects at the foundation.
Tiny Miracles, Amsterdam, Netherlands & Mumbai, India
Product development and skills training through workshops to promote entrepreneurship among marginalised communities.
Ley Mettz, Mumbai, India
Consulting on ideation, research, design and visual merchandising for the upcoming jewelry brand.
Indian School of Design & Innovation, Mumbai, India
Visiting faculty for Industrial Design at the ISDI.
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, USA
Organisation and installation of two Art+Design exhibits – one in Mumbai, and another in New Delhi in parallel with India Art Fair –to showcase outstanding work produced by RISD India alumni.