Tribe, your roof away from home, an experience beyond the traditional hostel limitations, It’s a feeling, a feeling like no other. Its foundation resides in a holistic perspective to cater a revolutionary hostel experience to the youth of today. This is why Tribe leaves no stone unturned in terms of quality of the properties, amenities and services. From international standard rooms and 24×7 cafes, to top notch backend ERP systems and professional security, Tribe’s umbrella has covered it all!
Our vision and will has brought us many appreciations and applauds this year. However, this very recognition wouldn’t have been plausible if it wasn’t for the Pool Magazine and it’s attention to detail mantra.
Pool Magazine, is the pioneer to recognise Design Studios for their professional work, business practices and transparency. INDI Design started their journey by publishing POOL Magazine in 2010, with the mission of bringing Indian talent in Design, Innovation, and Art into the limelight. They seek to outline the mark makers in the competitive and hyped Design industry of today, and reward them for their outstanding expertise.
Under Pool Magazine’s umbrella Tribe won the “India’s Best Design Project 2019”. This is the third award that Tribe won since its launch in March 2019.
The jury aka granting gurus were none other than the visionaries of innovation practices. To name a few, Tarun Deep Girdher; a design educator and graphic designer at the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, India’s premier design institute. Nandita Abraham, president of Pearl Academy and a guest lecturer at University of Delaware, London College of Fashion and Philadelphia University. Dr. Elizabeth Tunstall, a design anthropologist, and the Dean of Design at Ontario College of Art and Design University.
Nonetheless, It is an honour to be affiliated with such a prestigious and respected recognition, especially amongst other trend setters like PayTM Money, O2 Spa Hyatt, Godrej Aer Matic and so on.
Tribe is grateful and appreciative of every iron pillar who stood rock still for this very journey and continues to do so.