The podcast about life as Indian Designers. Hosted by Interaction Designer Angeline Bhavya and Industrial Designer Sushmita Charlu. As designers from two different fields, our intention is to be an authentic voice of the everyday designer and to bring the Indian design community closer.
In this episode, we talk to Aditi Agrawal who is the co-founder of Studio Gudgudee - a design studio that works on inclusive playgrounds.
We discuss how designing for playful learning requires deep observation and getting out of the way and allowing it to happen.
We re-iterate the power of play in the over all development of children and also to transcend the boundaries of age and ability.
Aditi shares the challenges of designing for the differently-abled and what sparked the need to make inclusive play spaces rather than just accessible spaces.
Sushi and Aditi ponder over how adults can benefit from unstructured, playful experiences and how that can help build bonds among each other and with kids.
We talk about the concepts of risk versus hazard in play and how to use risk effectively to design interesting play spaces.
We think about the importance of inclusive public spaces and designing for longevity and public usage.
[Episode graphic image courtesy: Studio Gudgudee]
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