All posts in thinking

Which way to school?

Design skills for all! Learning to take things into your own hands is useful – especially so in Berlin, where the Bauhaus Agents asked me to…

Design Thinking with Teens?

The Design Thinking Kids booklet charts the ups, downs and outcome of working with students from grades eight and nine on a challenge of their own choosing.

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What do you swap?

Swapping bureaucracy for self-initiative Swapping industrial wastelands for vegetable gardens Swapping culture for context Swapping investor ruins for experimentation fields Swapping discards for re-use Swapping…

We-Traders. Swapping Crisis for City

This exciting new project is currently being developed by the Goethe-Institute, brilliant Vienna based curator/author Angelika Fitz and myself. It connects initiatives by artists, designers, activists and…

Rose at Shapeshifters

from bauhaus to betahaus

My recent lecture for Shapeshifters in Brussels, provided me with a good excuse to look at my work from the last decade and try to make sense of it all. Am I still the same designer as ten years ago? No, I have changed and so has the design world around me. Roughly, I would sum up this change as a move from form to process.

What is design thinking?

Design Thinking in a Nutshell

What is Design Thinking? When people ask my colleague Inga and me this question, I answer: “It is what designers do every day and what you…

Subjektiv Buch

inter vs multi

Scenography is per se an area where a multitude of disciplines come to work together. In order to create a compelling exhibition experience for the…