Home and Design TRENDS introduces augmented reality based digital designs 


The destination for mélange of luxury, extravagance, and design, D/CODE hosted yet another exciting chapter, D/CODE Design Biennale 2020 – Jaipur Edition presented by Casamia. The event that started from 30th September to 6th October, marked the first virtual exhibition of art & design by Home & Design TRENDS, a leading brand on architecture and design.

This event has been regarded as a first of its kind and received phenomenal support from the Indian architecture and design community. In its second phase, leading the wheels of change and introducing the future of designing, Home and Design TRENDS offers consumers an experiential service of viewing design installations via augmented reality.

The one-of-its-kind virtual event, D/CODE Design Biennale 2020- Jaipur Edition presented by Casamia has witnessed over  2.8L attendees till now, virtually participating and viewing designs of over 80+ professional designers and powertalks by some of the most esteemed architects from across the country.

Curated by renowned interior designer Shantanu Garg, the Jaipur edition features exemplary inspiration from the royalty, heritage, and legacy of the Maharaja. Bringing together leading architects and designers it saw avid participation and support of industry veterans Shobhan Kothari, AnandMenon, Zubin Master, Kanhai Gandhi, ShernavazBharucha, Iram Sultan, Aamir and Hameeda Sharma, Freddy Birdy and many more.

The event encouraged collaborations, fostered design dialogues, inspired new trends, and well, took a giant leap in democratising design in India.

Augmented reality is transforming the manner in which consumers perceive the outcome of the designs and allows the creator to further experiment with their imagination and explore new avenues. It is the next step towards futuristic design building and elevating the overall customer experience.

Readers can access the design installations via  https://www.goodhomes.co.in/dcode/augmented-reality

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