The Day 1 of Revelations 2017 organized by the Department of Family and Community Resource Management from the Faculty of Family and Community Sciences was a grand success. The use of bamboo and paper tubes to built furnitures is an example of helping towards a sustainable development.
The two days exhibition witnessed the presence of some of the prominent Architects, Interior Designers from the city, the Academicians, and professionals from Media, Tourism, Designers, students from Design Institutes, Housewives, Doctors, Charted Accountants and Industrialists. The students of B.Sc. Honours Interior Design showcased a collection of interior and exterior design products.
A massive usage of bamboo and paper tubes was seen to build up accessories and furniture, helping towards a sustainable development. The first day of Revelations saw a mighty footfall of about 1200 people at the Faculty Garden, Faculty of Family and Community Sciences.
Many industrialists were impressed by the usage of scrap into conversion of furniture and promised to donate scrap like industrial metallic waste in order to create Interior products, leading to a green environment.
City’s prominent Architects, Designers, and Home makers also shared their feedback with the students and collectively said and appreciated the displays and the efforts made by students. Moreover, Revelations provided a platform for the students to earn by their creativity as many orders for the products were received by the students. Most of the products got sold out, which in turn boosted the confidence of students. The students of B.Sc. Honours Interior Design put up a successful show and it turned out to be a great learning experience for them as well.