MIT Institute of Design

Faculty Team

Asst. Prof. Suyash Joshi


Suyash Joshi

Asst. Prof. Suyash Joshi

Interior Space & Furniture Design

Suyash Joshi is an accomplished Interior and Furniture Designer hailing from the vibrant city of Indore. With a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design and a Master’s in Interior Experience and Furniture Design, he has a solid foundation in design education.

With a remarkable work history in the professional field and in academics, Suyash brings a wealth of expertise to every project. He has dedicated his career to crafting innovative and aesthetically pleasing designs that transform environments into captivating experiences. As he wisely believes, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”

He has been an active participant in numerous national and international design competitions, including prestigious ones such as Lexus, IIID, and ADI. Among his achievements, he proudly boasts a winning entry in the Charpai Challenge, which was held as part of the Serendipity Art Festival in Goa. This accomplishment is a testament to his exceptional talent and creativity in the field of interior and furniture design.

Currently, he is pursuing his Research work in Design Ethnography and Behavioural Design, further deepening his understanding of how design influences human behaviour and culture.

Whether it’s residential, commercial, or hospitality spaces, his commitment to excellence and meticulous attention to detail shines through in every project.

He firmly believes that furniture is not just functional but also a piece of art that enhances the overall ambiance of a space. His expertise lies in curating furniture that seamlessly integrates with the design concept, elevating the interior experience.

His design philosophy revolves around blending creativity with functionality, drawing inspiration from the rich cultural diversity of India to infuse unique elements into his work. He is dedicated to transforming spaces into living narratives that resonate with people’s emotions and aspirations.