Vibhor Sogani, born in Jaipur, Rajasthan, specialised in Industrial Design from the prestigious NID (National Institute of Design), Ahmedabad, India.
In the initial years, he established his studio in Delhi and engaged in wide range of creative projects in the areas of exhibition, graphic, retail and product design, for some of the top global brands. Given his diverse interests, he also handled Offbeat projects like developing country's first few Go‐Karting tracks; redesigning Mumbai's suburban trains; upgradation of copper craft in Kashmir, designing & producing some of the prominent trophies for international sports matches & Government events etc., to name a few.
His Studio was amongst the first in the country to launch its signature line of Products and Lights. The Lights, bordering into Light installations, are an eclectic mix of delicate handcraft and industrial production techniques.
Today, he has made a strong mark in the areas of art & light-based installations.
One of his prominent works is the 40 feet high creation in steel, ‘SPROUTS’, installed in the 6 acres of greens which lies between the flyovers at AIIMS crossing, Delhi. It was a Government initiative towards beautification of Delhi. Today it is considered a Landmark of New Delhi.
Over the years Vibhor has exhibited his works in various design & art shows. In 2016, Vibhor was invited to Australia for a solo art installation show. The exhibition titled ‘Mahatma in Me..’ a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi, supported by both, Australian & Indian Government, was a big success. In 2017, his works were showcased in National Gallery of Zimbabwe.
Recipient of many honours, Vibhor has also been awarded ‘Indian Art Icon of the Year 2014’ in Singapore.
Vibhor has been recently nominated by the Government as a member of governing council of the India Design Council.