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Press Comments about Doors East 1

(February 2000, in collaboration with NID, Ahmedabad)

"An amazing display."
Indian Express

"It is time to replace the personal computer with new interaction paradigms."
Economic Times of India

"This could be a beginning which will make the internet a part of our daily lives."
Asian Age

Here are more Press comments on Doors of Perception

"This world-class, 'out there' thinkfest considers next-generation design issues for information and communication technologies. . . Expect some mind-blowing insights at this cultish but cool gathering."
THE STANDARD (USA)

"A great place to find out about the future of design."
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY (UK)

"Top conceptual thinkers ruminate on sticky new media subjects."
WIRED (USA)

"Designers, scholars, environmentalists, and business leaders , come from all over the world."
UTNE READER (USA)

"Examining new paths to development . . . a place where key questions are raised."
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN (USA)

"Brings together the international avant garde in new media and computer networks."
NRC HANDELSBLAD (The Netherlands)

"An international focal point for new thinking on innovation."
SÜDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG (Germany)

"Unique thinking about knowledge work in the new economy."
MELBOURNE AGE (Australia)

"An international meeting point between design, industry, and culture."
ID Magazine (USA)

"A blueprint for design in the decade ahead."
HOLLAND HERALD (The Netherlands)

"Cultural projects that transform the way organisations are perceived."
INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE

"Innovation that contributes to Europe's new identity."
LE MONDE (France)

"Where designers rub brains with managers,scientists & philosphers."
THE EUROPEAN

"The first common forum for ecological and information technology thinkers."
TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION SUPPLEMENT (UK)

"Brilliant insights into the internet and sustainability."
ECONOMIC TIMES OF INDIA

"To find out what's modern now, look to The Netherlands."
METROPOLITAN HOME (USA)

"Interesting ideas and interactions; what people will do, and why, with the new technologies."
LINDA STONE/MICROSOFT

"Designers, thinkers, movers and shakers, come from all over the globe."
DIGITAL MEDIA (USA)

"A learning environment in which research, knowledge management and workshops interact."
DOMUS (Italy)

"A fascinating network of sometimes conflicting ideas."
FORM (Germany)

"Doors continues to thrive as a lively event for an interdisciplinary community which is committed to keeping the digital delightful."
GRAPHICS INTERNATIONAL (UK)

"Uses new media to underpin other areas of design, to highlight the need for designers to address environmental issues."
BLUEPRINT (UK)

"Doors of Perception, which has moved from being an event to an institution, hosts what is now the largest, and certainly the most eclectic, design conference in Europe—and pulls it off in style. Although Doors is no longer a well-kept secret it still has a counter-cultural feeling that guarantees mainstream attention and attracts some of the best and the brightest people from within and around the design world."
LOOP (USA)