Product manufactured in 2015 Summer | Co-designer: Suhasini Paul
Qitah is a wireless charger based on the Qi standard. It will work with any Qi compatible device like the Nokia Lumia 920, Nexus4, Samsung S4 (with Qi cover or QiCard), HTC Droid DNA, Nexus7(2013) or any device that can be made Qi compatible like the Samsung S4, S3, Note2 and the Lumia820. ..................................................................................Client testimonial: "When we worked with Paul Studio, a two time Red Dot awardee, the focus was creating a clean and beautiful design that could make your desk proud. They designed for delight hidden in minimalism." - Tapan Mittal, CEO of Qitah (www.qitah.com)
Co-designer: Suhasini Paul
Over 70 products/accessories were designed for them, which were launched in phases in India.
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G20 Best Design is an exhibition of good design products from 14 countries of the G20 member states. The exhibition is a global festival for outstanding designs held in celebration of the G20 Summit in Korea. 400 pieces of work from 14 countries that represented a common language of mankind as well as valuable cultural assets that must be preserved were exhibited.
I extend my heartfelt gratitude to India Design Council for noticing my humble efforts in design and giving me the honor of displaying my works at the event in Seoul.
Clip is an attempt to re-define a mundane object to breathe in fresh thoughts in the field of design for mass manufacturing: evoking ecological awareness and accountability. Realizing today’s and foreseeing tomorrow’s scenario, it was felt that howsoever people talk about eco-sensitivity, consumption of plastic house-wares would still be quite large enough to deplete our natural resources. One way to reduce consumption is to facilitate prolonged life of the same product. Improved longevity of Clip confronts the challenges of waste reduction and supports a productive economy by conserving the embodied energy that was originally used to manufacture it.