Sugati- Sync- JD Design Awards 2022- Interior Design
JD Design Awards 2022 celebrates the designer minds of every domain. In the Interior Design Exhibition, Designer Harsh Bhansali presented his idea of Sync, the theme of this year’s JDDA.
His project revolved around creating a sustainable and convertible recreational space for every age group. “As a designer, we should always get inspired & inspire others with our designs. Inspiration can be taken anytime, anywhere, anything. In this fast-moving world, we as designers should inspire humans by keeping sustainability in mind. According to an article one in every five people suffer from some kind of mental illness. My aim is to create a space where we can spread awareness and its importance to the whole society”, says the designer.
Sugati is a recreational space which serves as a multi-recreational activity zone. The culture of events, exhibitions and displays are enjoyed by everyone. People from different places come and display their particulars. Such places serve both entertainment as well as give education to the viewers/audience.
When the pandemic hit us we understood the importance of mental health. The designer wanted to create a common space where people from all age groups come and try to heal their stress/anxiety and divert their minds. Moreover, for the curation of the space, different elements are also of paramount importance. Colors, textures, and patterns also contribute to a person’s well-being. Taking all the information the designer has created a space, which is a multi-functional room.
The space can serve three activities namely Yoga, Dance and Art Class. Moreover, the space has an added partition wall, which has a mirror on one side and a chalkboard on another side which can be turned when needed and used during the respective class.
The designer has also included a foldable false ceiling that can be used during yoga and if needed in art class.
Keeping sustainability in mind, the designer has chosen the materials carefully. The materials used in this project are wood, concrete, cork, and linen. The project Sugati derives its title from Sanskrit which means wellness. Sugati project by the aspiring interior designer also received a Special Jury Award from JD Design Awards 2022.