Join us all this week at Bengaluru ByDesign, where we're bringing Loo Café x Water Loop - a sustainable sanitation project by British Council in collaboration with UK's leading design studio Jane Withers, renowned Indian architect Anupama Kundoo, and the Loo Café initiative by Ixora FM supported by the Government of Telangana, along with some brain-stirring talks and discussions around creativity and design thinking, and explore innovations in design.
|Loo Café x Water Loop exhibit, and screening of Ancient Design Futures film||15 - 24 Nov 2019|
|Our Colour Reflection, an installation by Liz West||15 - 24 Nov 2019, 9.30 a.m. to 8 p.m.||Bengaluru International Centre|
A panel discussion on materiality, design, and sustainability with panellists including Kate Pelen (Creative Producer - College Culture and Community at Central Saint Martins, UAL) and UK designer Lucy Sanderson.
|19 Nov 2019, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.||Titan Campus, Electronic City|
A session with Kate Pelen and Lucy Sanderson to talk about Design as a tool to develop cultures through communication, practice, and new technologies.
|20 Nov 2019, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.||CoWrks, Residency Road|
About Loo Café x Water Loop
Loo Café x Water Loop is an initiative to create a new model for public toilets in Hyderabad where, apart from providing free public toilets maintained by revenue from the café, it showcases how sustainable practices can be made a part of the building's design in order to tackle increasing water stress and climate change.
Built on the successful Loo Café concept by Ixora Corporate Services, a model of the new Loo Café x Water Loop was previously displayed at the Hyderabad Design Week this year, showcasing the building’s low-cost modular design concept and explaining the sustainable technologies incorporated within it.
About Ancient Design Futures film
Ancient Design Futures is a living archive of design stories on how traditional technologies, materials and practices are inspiring contemporary designers to shape a new environmental consciousness.