Visual languages of a small community with deep-rooted traditions and culture
An act of repetition where my body and mind question how space can be healing as it evolves
आखे started with a conversation between me and my grandfather, trying to fill the gap between us.
HAUS sparks creativity in young children in the form of physical activities such as modular playhouse building and bouldering.
Conversations with a sirani are kept secret, and the emotions that we share on it help to relieve the pain and suffering.
Baja showcases wearable jewelry inspired by the folk instrument of three categories – arbajo, a string instrument; bansuri, a wind instrument; and maadal, a percussion instrument.
Samaybaji is an important part of Newar culture where the five main ingredients syabaji, kalo bhatmas, aduwa, chwella and aaela represent the five elements of nature – space, air, water, land, and fire.
As I spend more time somewhere, I feel more emotional connections emerge with the space and tangible objects around me.
This project tried to capture that sense of wellbeing, to pass it on to the next generation so that they may enjoy its unique value.
A Tiny Step for a Better Planet explains how climate change is affecting, and will affect, habitation for all living beings in the Himalayas.
Objects become marked by age, just as wrinkles and scars mark the passing of a person’s lifetime and experiences.
Ameya specializes in petite clothing and provides well designed clothes for petite women of height 5’1” and below. The collection is named Spry
Bso Creative’s ‘Exploring Indra Jatra’ aims to provide a lighthearted story that revolves
around some of the major events that take place during the festival.
This website will attract and inform interested photographers about Film Foundry and its services.
Pyangaun gets its name from the pyang bamboo containers which is their signature handicraft
This book contains simple designs inspired by my progress with anxiety. It has step by step instructions that anyone can follow and help them feel calm and relaxed.
Providing factual information on various landmarks of the Kathmandu Valley through a digital platform
Cali Devanagari, a script typeface inspired by Devanagari calligraphy strokes, featuring the Lagangantho knot of the Hindu traditional wedding.
Every inch and every gap in her stitches has to be perfect. She believes that one should give one’s hundred percent while working.
The presence of these marks signifies their invisible presence in and support to our daily lives. Therefore, these marks grow, constant and subtle.
Dhau seeks to understand the people’s relationship with their materials, and through a deep exploration of usability, design scalability and presentation, show how older designs may be rejuvenated to adapt to modernity without sacrificing functionality.