Design Track of The Goa Project 2016

preeti kolambekar



Submitted Jan 11, 2016

“Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?”
― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

To explore the various forms of expressions for using space as a medium of storytelling.


Stories have been a constant source of fascination to us since childhood. They open a window to a parallel world which takes shape and form in our imagination. This transformation from a narrative to our perception of space around it is unique and intangible. It is greatly influenced by our experiences and memories. This hands on interactive workshop seeks to connect the dots to derive a more tangible expression as a process. It aims at exploring the relationship between stories, spaces and memories.


Writing and drawing material, camera( mobile cameras will do ) optional, newspapers, magazines, glue; lots of energy and imagination!

Speaker bio

Preeti Kolambekar is a Mumbai based architect currently practicing and teaching design. She has taught at Sir J J College of architecture and is presently teaching at Rachna Sansad’s Academy of Architecture, Mumbai. She is the co-founder of an organisation ‘Nature Nurture’ which specializes in universal design and accessibility solutions through architectural practice. She has also represented India as an ambassador of peace education as a part of an UN based programme.


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