Kavita Singh is a Design and Management Professional.
She is an entrepreneur by spirit with a deep passion for aesthetics, design and the fine arts. In her journey thus far, she has been fortunate to have worked with the design industry across six cities. Her diverse experience spanning over 15 years includes setting up and leading a bespoke design studio specialized in spatial and product design to working with HBA, Singapore –
designing hotels across South-east Asia. Her quest for knowledge and the need to constantly reinvent herself has led her to push her boundaries. Her last assignment in India, based out of a need to facilitate the need to engage and learn across all creative fields saw her organize two Architectural Exhibitions. This brought in thought leaders from over 40 of the world’s leading architectural firms. Multiple events including talks, panel discussions, curated walks and an exhibition ran concurrently over a three week period in association with The India Design ID 2016 & 2017 and the India Art Fair. She holds degrees in Design as well as Business Management. Body of work spans the residential, resort, hospitality and commercial space. She takes pride in being involved in all aspects of design from conceptualisation, space planning, presentation, execution and project management right down to finishing the projects with a selection of art and artefacts.
A keen sense of color and balance are her biggest assets. She is a Management Professional having specialized in Marketing and Finance with a passion for aesthetics and fine design. She has explored and developed her creative side by acquiring skills and working as an Entrepreneurial Interior Architect. Her forte includes project conceptualization and management. Last, she has worked with Fcml Design initaitive, New Delhi. Before joining HBA, she was running a successful entrepreneurial interior design and bespoke furniture studio in India.
Key achievements include titled The India Architectural Dialogues. A hugely rewarding learning experience not just in terms of knowledge gained but in the myriad aspects of project management as one connected and collaborated with as many as 40 global architectural firms- bringing them to one forum over a three week long event that was also associated with the India Design Week and the India Art Fair. Prior to this, at Singapore, brought to fruition a project – the Shangrila, Harbin-that had been helmed by several project heads but was still incomplete.
On the interiors side, my first boutique hotel project In Delhi will always remain special as also setting up a furniture and design boutique for a furnishing store that was keen on forward integration to expand their business.