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    Leading art experts to talk design & architecture at Kohler India's Bold Art event

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    The speakers include renowned names like Jimmy Lim, Rahul Kadri, Rajiv Parekh and Richa Bahl.

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    Hosting some of the most creative people from these fields, Kohler India has been organising these events for six years.
    Kohler Bold Art is giving a stage to experts from the arts, architecture and design communities to share their views on ‘Great Design: Method or Madness'.

    Kohler, the global lifestyle brand, returns with the exclusive Kohler Bold Art event powered by Pecha Kucha. Some of the greatest minds from the arts, architecture and design communities will offer their views on the topic ‘Great Design: Method or Madness’ on August 30. The speakers include renowned names like Jimmy Lim, Rahul Kadri, Rajiv Parekh, Richa Bahl, Sanjay Puri, Shobhan Kothari, etc.

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    (In pic from left: Rajiv Parekh, Richa Bahl, Sanjay Puri)


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    (In pic from left: Shobhan Kothari, Rahul Kadri, Jimmy Lim)


    Hosting some of the most creative people from these fields, Kohler India has been organising these events for six years. In the spirit of celebrating ‘Great Design’, the event will be, in every sense of the word, “thought provoking”. Pecha Kucha, which means ‘chit chat’, is a unique presentation format in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each.

    Speaking about this exceptional event, Salil Sadanandan, president, Kohler K&B India, Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa, said, “Kohler stands for leading edge design and technology and Pecha Kucha provides an exceptional platform that helps us build a great relationship with the design fraternity. This edition of the event helps us create a dialogue with leading architects that inspire Indian architecture and the design community to share, discuss and debate their views on the creation of exceptional design.”

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