Harjot Singh from National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad won the award for his Concrete Jungle seater that is made from upcycled materials

Radhika Sarraf of NID, Ahmedabad envisioned the winning light Uno that is inspired by a paper clip

Left: Vidya Rani from NID, Ahmedabad's Foliole Melody textile has dye penetration of petals. Right: Medha Gupta from NID, Ahmedabad's Sera a wine bottle and glass holder is made from a single stem of bamboo

Judges Priya Paul, Chairperson, Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels and Pramiti Madhavji, Editorial and Content Director, ELLE DECOR India & Ogaan Media

The Park ELLE DECOR Student Contest 2017 winners were recognised for their creations at India Design ID, New Delhi

The Park ELLE DECOR Student Contest 2017: And the winners are…

by Team ELLE DECOR India Mar 29, 2017
In its fifth edition, The Park ELLE DECOR Student Contest lauded four burgeoning designers across various product design categories in a gala ceremony at India Design ID 2017. The annual competition aims to promote young designers in the country and give them a platform to display their works.

Judged by Priya Paul, Chairperson, Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels and Pramiti Madhavji, Editorial and Content Director, ELLE DECOR India & Ogaan Media, the winners also get a special showcase for their creations at India’s definitive design event.

Here’s a roundup of the 2017 winners.

Furniture (winner): Harjot Singh
Harjot from National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad created the Concrete Jungle seater. This beautiful, weather resistant bench made from upcycled materials.

Lighting (winner): Radhika Sarraf
Radhika of NID, Ahmedabad envisioned the winning light fixture Uno, which is inspired by a paper clip. The contemporary illuminator is fabricated using brass and acrylic.

Fabric (winner): Vidya Rani
Vidya who is also from NID, Ahmedabad imagined Foliole Melody, an art textile. It is a fabric composition derived from dye penetration of natural petals of flowers and leaves.

Accessories (winner): Medha Gupta
Sera is the winning product under this category realised by Medha from NID, Ahmedabad. This wine bottle and glass holder is hand crafted from a single stem of bamboo.

The Park ELLE DECOR Student Contest 2017 winners were recognised for their creations at India Design ID, New Delhi