INIFD Saltlake organised ‘The Annual Interior Design Exhibition’ Infusio’23 at the campus for three consecutive days from 15th to 17th June 2023. This year we formulated the Exhibition with the theme of ‘DIMENSIONS’. As we all know design is impossible without dimensions, our students used all three as well as the fourth dimension in all their exhibits. Keeping One dimension in mind, our students created spaces using lines depicted by Strings. Interesting patterns are created using threads & cords along with UV lights, which created a surreal experience for the visitor. Students created & developed Furniture designs in the category Furniture, step by step from 2-dimensional drawings transformed into 3-dimensional forms. Each student group in this category has its own concept behind every design. Another group of talented students trudged back into History, creating Fantastic Landmarks of Asian History, in the category of Retrieving Memories again using 2D drawings & 3D models. Our students have also proposed some restoration Ideas for these heritage buildings. Interior designers lean heavily on dimensions i.e. Anthropometric Dimensions. In this category, ‘Humensions’ students are physically showing different Anthropometrics with the help of life-size human figures made with wire mesh, in intricately curated interior spaces. Our third-year students decided to use the fourth dimension, i.e. Time, in Retail Designing. Some of the Famous Brands are shown here as experience centres for the Journey through Time. The Exhibition was inaugurated by the Honourable Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China, Eminent Dancer Alokananda Roy along with other dignitaries.
Eminent Architects and Designers like Ar. Ayan Sen, Ar. Rajdeep Sinha, Mr. Raja Sinha, Mr Ajit Jain, and Mr Dulal Paul graced the INIFD Saltlake to assess the student’s works and enlighten them with their valued opinions. Our Guests included the Dy. Superintending Archaeological Chemist of Archaeological Survey of India Dr. Dipankar Banerjee, distinguished store owners like Mr Anand Gupta from Decofur, etc. The underlined objective behind this celebration of design is to inflict aesthetic sense along with technical accuracy, into our students. Our new students are talented enough to create a mind-boggling Maze with a selfie booth as the destination to reach. The whole exhibition space, throughout our sprawling campus, is designed & decorated by our senior students, including the gate, corridors, different utility areas, stage, etc. To make the exhibition more interesting throughout these three days, we held talk shows, cultural activities, debates, etc. The Grand exhibition ended with the Award Ceremony. The students of each category enthusiastically and eagerly participated in it.