Amit Gautam Lifestyle Accessory Design
Contents Aga Khan Bamboo Project Outdoor Tent Project Upcycle Project Adidas Shoe design Project Traditional Footwear Project Explorative Jewellery Project Renault Research project Sketches
Bamboo workshop Aga Khan Foundation
Bamboo workshop | Aga Khan Foundation Brief - Choose a brand and develop a product range for it with bamboo as the medium. Brand chosen - Sula wines
Brand / User study
Final Products Highway - glass stand â€˜Highwayâ€™ is an overhead glass stand made out of a single bamboo piece.The simple,sleek form allows a person to easily put and take out glasses and looks elegant too.
Fix Me - wine bottle stand ‘Fix Me’ is a multiple wine stand
which has been crafted out of two bamboo pieces again using the ‘tension’ property of the material itself. The stand is easy to produce and has high functionality.
Bamboo bar - wine display Bamboo bar is a multiple wine bottle display made out of a long continuous bamboo piece.It has been made using the inherent â€˜tensionâ€™ property of bamboo.It can be used as a an elegant corner display.
â€˜Sanduneâ€™ is an all weather,easy to assemble and portable camping Tent. It is designed considering the key ergonomical factors and technical details.
a home ....in the wild.....
Web | bag Brief - Make a lifestyle product by upcycling a commonly used material. Material chosen - Tarpaulin
Web - Bag ‘Web’ is made from ‘tarpaulin’ a very commonly used material in indian context. The effort was to upcycle the material and use its inherent charecteristics to create a product which is high on usability and aesthetics.
The surface created using embroidery thread.
‘Web’ is very simple in contruction and is just made with two panels.
Brief Design a shoe for the brand adidas inspired from a car brand
The chappal has been made using vegetable tanned buff leather and embellished with traditonal embroidery techniques like ‘torini’ and ‘zari’.Anothersurface technique “embossing’ has also been used to give it a traditonal appeal.
Brief - Take your native state as your inspiration and develop a contemporary jewellery range. Inspiration - Kumbha Mela, Uttarakhand
The jewellery pieces were develped taking the concept of â€˜Mokshaâ€™ - chaos to order.The final glass pieces were combined with thread and metal to make them wearable.
Brief - To study the current indian scenario and come with future trends,color,textures and finishes.
Compilation of work done at National Institute of Design