Project zero Onel | 01. Where does it lead us if we eliminate all the grandeurs of a yacht?
Where does it lead us if we eliminate all the grandeur of a yacht?
It takes us 400 years back to where this oldest man made moving vessels were invented. When life was driven by basic necessities and the yacht made the interactors, explorers.
In a future that's crowded by technology, bling, glamour and the 'show off', perhaps this yacht could serve as a reflection to our true human nature. Project Zero One | 01, reflects ancient Indian philosophies that have been used to guide us into a way of living. These experiences are used to curate an experience in "Zero One". A guided experience.
In this way, we're able to create a greater community of understanding of our true self and try to build a gap between us as human beings and technology and the biligs as artificial materialism. In the future, these experiences will be necessary as we will need a revival from what we know is real, to what is real.
School of Design
MA Intelligent Mobility, 2019
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It all started with a random doodle of a yacht that I did on a page of a newspaper. It was a long, wooden yacht with a hint of modernity. The ﬁrst doodle was by accident, the second, in quick succession, came out of a curiosity to explore, and by the third sketch, I was 'addicted' to this form. A constant excitement of re-doing these sketches continued for some days. Each sketch had a unique concept or a thought behind it. Some concepts I thought were not feasible, but some were. This sparked a curiosity in my mind to explore and understand different aspects of yacht design. Yachts have been my passion since completing my Bachelor's in Transportation Design. Later during the course of my studies at the Royal College of Art, I developed a deeper understanding of yacht design. Though the oldest of man-made moving vessels has turned out to be just another term of luxury.... in this age of hyper-connectedness, amid the bling and the glamour, I strongly believe yachts have the potential to shape experiences and lifestyles on land. At the end, designing a yacht is not just about creating pretty shapes, it's about the poetry and the passion that shapes the shape.
- Transportation Design Management, Institut supérieur de design Rubika, Pune, 2017
- Internship, Audi, Ahmedabad, India, June 2015 – August 2015; Internship, Maruti Suzuki, Gandhinagar, India, June 2015 – June 2015
- Second place, Academic excellence, Institut supérieur de design Rubika, 2016