Passioned for current design progression intending to realize thoughtful, sustainable design. Experienced in different design areas thanks to an open mind and dedication to the field. Looking for the essence of the form redefining the point of view in each piece.
Born in 1992 in Berlin, I had the privilege of spending my early years in Latin America (Colombia, Ibagué) until the age of eight. I later completed my elementary and secondary education at the Spanish-speaking European School in Berlin, with a one-year high school experience in Texas, USA. After graduating from the Marcel Breuer School in Berlin with a degree as a product design assistant, I pursued a bachelor’s degree in Integrated Product Design at the University of Applied Sciences Coburg, Bavaria, which I completed in 2018. As part of my education, I studied the module „Introduction to Marketing“ at Manchester College for a month and did a six-month internship at Shakes Bkk design studio in Bangkok, Thailand. I also successfully participated in the Design Thinking program at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute, developed at the renowned D.School in Stanford University.
Apart from these enriching experiences I’ve worked for Vojd Studios as Designer combining innovative technologies in the field of 3D printing and traditional quality craftsmanship aiming to redefine the way we think about design and introduce a new aesthetic to the luxury fashion industry. I’ve developed concepts and designs for leading fashion houses like KENZO, Acne Studios, Moncler and Burberry.
Following this experimental approach, I worked for New Swedish Design as Project Manager Product Development. By adding on the great Ideas of IKEA products we redefined the way of using the furniture in the common sense aiming to serve needs with thoughtful functionality. I carefully designed creations for classics like the Kallax aiming to create high quality furniture and interiors at a reasonable price that lasts over time.
As a working student at Bauatelier Garbers since February 2021, I developed, among other things, two designs that were very well-received by the client, the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district office in Berlin. One of these projects has recently received construction approval. The excavation is in preparation to resume construction work on the building in spring 2024. This project involves the expansion of Halensee Elementary School in Berlin, encompassing the addition of a second emergency exit, inclusive design, elevator installation and restroom facilities.
During this period, my experiences have deepened my practical skills and architectural knowledge, fueling my aspiration to become an architect. I am now taking a step closer to this goal as I pursue my Master’s degree at the Technical University of Applied Sciences, Berlin.