National Institute of Design, Vijayawada, is glad to announce the 2018 edition of the ‘Open electives’ to be offered from 22nd January to 2nd February 2018...Read More
Mrs. Bina Rao, a pioneer of sustainable fashion in India, elucidated on how our sheer existence puts more demand on the earth...Read More
National Institute of Design, Vijayawada was established on September 07, 2015. Two years into the design arena, we have attempted to incorporate design culture earnestly...Read More
NID strongly adheres to the concept of sustainability in design. The need to go green that not only connects us to nature but also to our cultural roots...Read More
India is a store house of knowledge when it comes to ancient skill and articulation regarding handling of variety of materials which gives rise to numerous exquisite handicrafts ...Read More
As the upcoming capital of Andhra Pradesh, Amaravati is envisioned to be a city of world-class standards with a vision of increasing Andhra Pradesh’s prominence in the world. Commercially well connected with the business hubs in the surrounding districts of Guntur and Vijayawada, geographically blessed and enriched with a distinct culture, it's a vision of our progressing nation. A rich influx of culture and traditions from the handloom and handicraft clusters provide an exceptional learning environment with prospects for design intervention and innovation.
Mangalagiri, which is famous for its age old craft of delicately woven cotton sarees and is home to the highly respected, 500-year-old weaver's community. Similarly, Kondapalli is well-known for its exquisite handmade wooden toys, and Machilipatnam, another significant place when it comes to beautiful block printed fabrics and intricate block making, provides a huge unexplored arena and unparalleled platform to students for collaborative and creative strategies for the real world.