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The Aha! moment

From Bush fires in Australia to Hurricanes in Central America, Flash floods in Afghanistan to Earthquake and Tsunami in Turkey, Cyclone in Bangladesh to Hurricane in the Dominican Republic, Earthquake in Turkey and Flash floods in Indonesia to Volcano and Typhoon in the Philippines the list is unending even as we navigate through the Pandemic and the loss of human life in 2022.

The Design space is a breeding ground for path-breaking solutions which will shape the future as students understand the economic implications for individuals, businesses and nations through damage caused by climate events and the need to adapt their lives and livelihood owing to its effects.


Redesigning the 21st Century

We all have a moral responsibility to protect our environment for future generations & sustainability is a goal that most FMCG companies aspire for.

Progressive brands will use design as a means to communicate with wider demographics and a new audience.

The Pandemic has had a noticeable impact on consumers’ relationship with their brands and a new paradigm is required to engage audiences with actions and messages that get to the heart.


Because in 2021, we just want to feel good again.


Re-Think Your Waste… because we are all worth it!

Climate change transforms the globe and its inhabitant population. Shampoo sachets cause volatile and unpredictable waste volumes. Businesses need to however find new solutions to ensure that consumer convenience is not compromised and with a growing emphasis on sustainability and Zero-Waste initiative is the need for innovation and creativity!

To responsibly meet the needs of a steadily increasing population and conserve our planet’s natural resources, businesses must prioritize the sustainability aspect of all their brands.

Love is in the air…

What greater love story could there be, than a love story, that inspires us through one of the most magnificent structures in the world?


The imperial court documenting Shah Jahan’s grief after the death of Mumtaz Mahal illustrates the love story held as the inspiration for the Taj Mahal. Not a piece of architecture, as other buildings are, but the proud passions of an emperor’s love wrought in living stones.


Packaging for the World

The intersection between Academia and Industry is blurring as we showcase packaging for tomorrow! Sit back and enjoy a glimpse into future trends with our talented students showcasing unique design and marketing strategies for leading brands today.


Students learn how to respond to value diversification and rapid changes and packaging disposal and emphasizing C to G concept.

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