Sushir Kadidal is a designer and strategist with 14 years of experience. With an Undergraduate degree in Architecture and a Masters in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute, Sushir has worked as an Architect, Industrial Designer, Landscape designer and Interior Designer finding the links between our experiences through all those scales.
Most recently Sushir was the Studio Director for Yabu Pushelberg in New York, where he was responsible for the multi-million dollar practice composed of multidisciplinary teams in Branding, Interiors, Architecture, Styling, Lighting and Product Design. Working with the foremost hospitality and retail brands, he led the studio in their strategy and creative process. He is currently a visiting faculty member in the Industrial Design Department at Pratt Institute. He has been a keynote speaker at major design conferences like the World Design Summit, speaking with Pritzker Prize winning architects speaking to the future of design.
"Fitness equipment doesn't usually come with such elegance and simplicity. These turn the classic notions of what equipment can look like and bring them into the home with a sense of warm nostalgia.""
"The distress and imperfection in the deep and rich material of these bowls makes a simple object unique and gorgeous."
"Beautiful with or without anything on it. This never has to be put away."