“We are the “Earthlings” and we are a team of three quirky beings.
Bhishag is pursuing his final year in Masters’ of design, with a niche in UX design and design research. His interests are designing for sustainability, human centered design and design anthropology. He believes that, your design is successful when it does not disrupt ecosystems and sustains to bring a positive cultural change for mankind. He loves a good night drive, star gazing and Astrophotography. His favorite skill is observation and by which he gains a deep understanding about everyone and everything around him.
“I hear words but, believe in patterns”.
Shivani is a second-year student, pursuing Master of Design. Her background is Architecture and Interior Design. She likes working with multidisciplinary designers and people from different cultures. Through the learnings that Shivani will gain from DFM, she wishes to design for bringing a positive change in the community. She loves to read and paint. Her favorite book and movie genre is mystery and suspense thrillers. A fun fact about her is, she has been living without coffee for the last 3 months.
“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have”
Pratibha is a postgraduate student of Design. Started her journey as a Lifestyle product designer and now expanding her knowledge base into multiple areas of design. She wants to use design as a tool to address and help real-time issues in society. For her, exploring and creating design beyond layman’s imagination is one big asset in her profession. And apart from a being full-time creative thinker, she is a gardening enthusiast.
“When it’s about creativity, there’s no limitation but our self-doubting abilities.
”We like to define “Sustainability” as a secure future for us, our planet, and other species. Joining CBI A3 we Earthlings have been tasked with United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities. With a common interest we share for a sustainable future; we are working together with CERN Idea Square, to find ways of damage control and to set humanity back on the right track through sustainable, inclusive cities and human settlements.”