Sagarika Sundaram

Sagarika Sundaram is a designer interested in human interaction with material culture. Her work often involves creating 3 dimensional structures from 2 dimensional surfaces by means of folding and draping. She is currently making forays into the area of data visualisation.

Sagarika studied graphic design in India and America, and has since worked on projects for TED, The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage, the United Nations Office on Drug and Crime (UNODC), ELLE Decor and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

She once spent a month in Hale County, Alabama, working on a collaborative project that helped connect the local residents with clean drinking water. The project raised around 40,000 dollars and was recognised by ID Magazine, GOOD Magazine, PRINT Design Annual, AIGA 365, and AIGA Cause/Effect. You can also find her work featured in the household section of Budgens, UK's fourth largest food retailer.

Sagarika grew up between India and Dubai and has lived and worked in Melbourne, Baltimore, Zürich, London and San Francisco.