“Architecture and product design integrate two worldviews that have informed our design
Mozaic was set up in 2001, integrating different design approaches to
We love the creative process that goes into design, the burst of insight and
represented as confetti in our logo.
Dean D’Cruz – A graduate
from J. J. college of
architecture, Mumbai, set up practice in Goa in 1989, continuing to co-found Mozaic Design
architectural wing in
2001. Sustainability has been at the core of his design ethos, gradually gaining shape and
recognition with the
urgency of climate change since 2012. He has conducted numerous workshops and seminars on
and environment, with works and articles published in leading magazines in India and
his interest in collaborations, he has supported the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Oxford
UK, and PRATT Institute New York with architectural and planning programs in Goa.
Having designed over 250 houses, 50 hotels, 30 housing complexes, 30 institutions, offices and
factories, Dean is
recipient of multiple awards. His strength today is in the hospitality industry, from boutique
hotels and jungle
lodges to 200+ room resorts. His current efforts are aimed at improving academic standards
across the country
through awareness of criteria that address environmental and social issues in architecture and
planning; all made
possible through workshops, master classes and his presence as a jury member on a large number
of award platforms.
Reboni Saha – Graduated in the field of Industrial Design in 1994 from National
Design, Ahmedabad. She heads the product design section of Mozaic as co-founder, and believes
architecture, interiors and industrial design set practical criteria for good design. This
design at a more
holistic level and has been responsible for her successes, from fans to washers to lighting
Reboni helped set up the appliance design section of IFB Industries, while working with Crompton
for their lighting and fan divisions. Her design experience has covered cabins and interiors for
through Kineco Industries, capital goods such as blow molding machines for Sidel, hospitality
with Taj Hotels.
She has also leaned heavily into social design projects, having designed a moving school, areca
and wooden toys for local carpenter’s cooperatives.
Business World India magazine, Inside Outside, Index Furniture Journal as well as CNBC India,