A study of public squares around the world and their impact on democracy, community and the economy.
An insider’s guide to Mumbai, featuring 24 themed maps, organized chronologically as hours of the day.
BROKEN DREAMS, BROKEN CITIES
A sister city comparison between Mumbai and Paris as cities of hope and failure.
Red house style guide
Logo redesign and rebranding for Designing the Future(s) of the University
Smart sprinkler system, designed to automate water saving, based on the Nest Thermostat.
Georgetown India initiative branding
Branding and marketing material for the Georgetown India Initiative.
Designing a new model for communities of practice for the Georgetown ecosystem.
Building a new metacurricular tool to help students optimize their college experience.
A new method of choosing classes, declaring majors, and picking a career.
a little about..
Nandini Mullaji is a rising senior at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, majoring Regional and Comparative Studies for Asia and the Middle East. Her primary focus is on Urban Development, with interests in education, public spaces and culture. She is supplementing her degree with minors in Design and Education.
Originally from Mumbai, India, she was one of the founders of the Georgetown India Dialogue, and runs her own nonprofit, Adopt-a-Tent School. At Georgetown, she is closely involved with Hilltop Consultants, student government, and Designing the Future(s) of the University, a higher education think tank and incubator. Nandini has previously worked for McKinsey and Company, ASHOKA, and sweetgreen.