I design experiences that can inspire progressive future culture.
I am an industrial designer, engineer, and conceptual artist from Japan, currently living in Tokyo.
Artifacts that reach out to form relationships have always fascinated me. Whether it is furniture, architecture, art, or a piece of machinery, I find beauty in design that can bring people together. They have encouraged me to try to understand underlying values and what is found meaningful.
My approach is deeply rooted in my plural upbringing and as a result I’m attracted to different kinds of culture. By examining its essential qualities, I've discovered a variety of values, dreams and different ways of thinking. Such influences form the foundation for my work. As a result, I maintain a strong emphasis for Design for Meaning.
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1992 Born in Vienna, Austria
2011 Graduated from Vienna International School (International Baccalaureate)
2011 Exhibited at Vienna International Science and Engineering Fair
2011 Moved to London, UK to attend Brunel University
2012 Freelance interior designer for a restaurant consultancy in Dubai
2013 Internship at Burberry (Graphic designer in the Product Knowledge Department)
2013 Internship at a luggage design consultancy in London (Product designer and assistant)
2014 Moved to Dubai, UAE
2014 Founded an interior design and construction startup in Dubai, UAE
2016 Moved back to London
2016 Freelance designer for a property investment start-up in the UK.
2016 Return to Brunel University for final year of study
2017 Graduated from Brunel University, London (Product Design BSc. with Hons)
2017 Exhibited at Made in Brunel
2017 Moved to Tokyo, Japan
2017 Freelance industrial designer at Giovanni Pellone Design.
2019 Language analyst at Cistate Solutions Inc.