Tarshaa Krishnaraj is a designer and creative technologist based in New York City investigating the cultural touchpoints of A.I. through design and film.

She imagines design as future states of being, informed by the current climate of our existence.  Using technology, A.I., humor and function she crafts empathetic design solutions that ask bigger questions about our future realities. 

Open to collaborations.



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Tarshaa Krishnaraj


A post-colonial grocery store. A speculative project examining the lives of food as comfort objects, and the shelves in grocery stores as potentially body-holders.

A delicious and sybaritic interior, like a fancy hotel. A body can feel at home here. Rest, relax, sleep, dream and overthink within the steel fabricated vessels. Modalities of taste and comfort will attract humans, creating a non-belonger’s community. And the space is always abundant with food. Constantly re-stocked, allowing you to choose between feeding yourself with gulps of homesickness, or, belonging.

Modeled in Fusion 360.

Inspired by Green River Project’s interiors of the Bode store in LA.