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Associate Art Director
Sesame Workshop Initiatives (India, Pvt.Ltd)
"Designer, Thinker, Ideator and Creator"
If something starts out as nonsense, you can be sure its original.
Its very easy to make more than nothing,
So I try to make less than everything.
I look for things that make me explore, understand, think and do differently.
I am hard-working, enthusiastic and comfortable working in a group as well as individually.
I see design as a space where people can interact and collaborate to create and develop beautiful ideas, concepts and innovations.
I believe that great work comes from enthusiasm, hard work, time, curiosity to explore and the willingness to observe, listen and learn from different perspectives.
I think design has an immense potential for collaboration amongst people from different backgrounds and across platforms to build the future, together.
I like open boxes, open spaces, open heads, lollipops and Sundays.
I love the idea of creating a community space to educate people about renewable and sustainable energy! We definitely need more collaborative spaces like this to educate people on sustainable living. I can see this model working in closed housing communities/community centres across the world.
Just a thought - What if you have interactive games/installations that reinforce ideas and behaviour around using and creating renewable energy by creating collaborative 'Play spaces' in your eco-park... Its a great way for families and communities to adopt positive behaviour towards sustainable living. eg: 1. you could have a floor game with piezoelectric generators installed and a sound/light feedback to show how much energy is created. Alternatively - (like your see-saw powered fountain) the energy generated could power lights/sound that feed back into the game making it self sustainable. http://www.playgroundmarkingsdirect.co.uk/playground-markings/games/ http://www.sustainabledanceclub.com/products/sustainable_dance_floor/ 2. You could have a segregated paper toss bin game where the amount of trash thrown in the bin gives you a quantitative feedback - like 5 kilos of newspaper = 25 trees (random numbers not based on research, using it as an example) I don't really know how financially sustainable it is, but just an idea :) Would be happy to talk further and bounce around ideas if you're interested...