Amit Krishn Gulati
Amit Krishn Gulati is an award winning industrial designer, entrepreneur and design educator with a multifaceted oeuvre encompassing New Product Development, Healthcare, Hotels & Hospitality, Branding, Built Environments and Retail Experiences.
Amit completed the post-graduate programme in Industrial Design from the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad in 1995 and is the co-founder of Incubis, one of India’s leading architecture and design companies with several Fortune 500 clients.
Incubis is known for its path-breaking ’frugal innovation’ projects, exemplified by the creation of a range of affordable maternal infant-care devices for GE Healthcare, modular polyclinics for the Delhi Government and Ginger, the ‘smart’ hotel chain for the Tata Group.
Amit is passionate about mentoring entrepreneurs and works closely with many start-ups. He is one of the founding investors at Barista, India’s pioneering espresso retailer, Abisko, a solar solutions venture and Eye-Q, a successful and fast-growing chain of affordable eye hospitals. Amit, and the team at Incubis, designed and helped execute the iconic 100 meter ‘Mudra’ installation that has become the celebrated symbol of the International Airport at New Delhi. Amit is actively engaged in creating design awareness and has served on the CII National Committee on Design for several years and is the Vice President-National Executive Council of the Association of Designers of India (ADI).
In addition to leading the design team at Incubis, Amit teaches at The School of Planning and Architecture - New Delhi, Ambedkar University – Delhi, Anant National University - Ahmedabad and at his alma-mater, NID- Ahmedabad.