Vrinda Mathur is a creative practitioner working at the intersection of design, ecology, and public engagement projects. Her work is medium agnostic and often evolves from storytelling and poetry into objects, spatial experiences, and visual design. 

She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design where she earned her Master’s in Industrial Design. Previously she gained entrepreneurial experience with Studio Wood, an award winning furniture and interior design agency co-founded in New Delhi, India from 2014-2021.

b. 1991, ever evolving

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“I was first introduced to design when my family was building a home in the forested hills of Kumaon in Northern India. I vividly remember the many summers we spent mulling over hand drawn blueprints or scouting the local markets in search of indigenous building materials. My day would set around a bonfire discussing Laurie Baker’s notable rat-trap bond, frugal ways of floor laying and designing wall finishes with broken glass.”