This page tracks the history of European and American designers learning from their experiences of working in India, focusing on the period 1955-1985
The Japanese American artist's early photographic expeditions to India shaped many of his later endeavors, including his sculptures, playgrounds, and landscape designs.
The great postmodern designer and cofounder of Memphis had a 40-year-long love affair with the subcontinent.
The long history of design exchanges between India and the United States reveals some of the fundamental dilemmas of Indian design.
The task of creating well-designed fonts for the world’s languages seems Sisyphean in the digital age—but not for the typographer Peter Bilak.
In their writings, especially in their masterpiece The India Report, Charles and Ray Eames speak as one voice.