India Design ID 2015 begins tomorrow

Visit the NSIC Ground in New Delhi to see the latest in interiors, product designs, architecture, installations and lighting designs.

House of Heirloom

House of Heirloom
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House of Heirloom customises bespoke chandeliers, furniture and art from its store at New Friends Colony Community Centre in New Delhi.


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The third edition of the India Design ID begins tomorrow at NSIC Grounds in Okhla, New Delhi. A celebration of design, the platform seeks to recognise the talent in the country as well as help generate more business for the participants. The event comprises three verticals: Exhibit ID, ID Symposium and ID Satellite. While the main event starts tomorrow, ID Satellite began on 9th February, 2015 with a number of promotions, installations and events across different venues in New Delhi.

The participants of India Design ID are companies and individuals involved with interior design, architecture, conservation, installation, and lighting design. Besides being a great forum for business, it is an excellent exhibition for people looking for inspiration to design their personal spaces. High-end brands and designers display their latest collections at the India Design ID annually. There will also be informative trend galleries and interesting installations at the venue. Additionally, a curated montage of contemporary craft and young talent will also present their creations to the public.

ID Symposium is a Conference Series on 13th and 14th February where masters of design will hold lectures and discussions. The Symposium also serves as a great space for networking among people in the industry. Speakers this year include BV Doshi, Ambrish Arora, Paola Navone, Gurjit Matharoo, SebastianWrong, Fumihiko Maki, Lidewij Edelkoort and Giulio Cappellini.

The India Design ID Exhibit ticket pricing is:

Business hours:  10 am – 2 pm – INR 300 (only for 13th& 14th February 2015)

General hours:  2 pm – 7 pm – INR 200 (for all 3 days 13th – 15th February 2015)