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Katharina Unger / Livin studio


“I create objects and artifacts. I rethink systems and design strategies. I believe that a designer needs to observe the world on a systems level, in order to create impact through physical or strategic inventions.”

Austrian born designer lives in Singapore and works on experimental level creating some kind of biological laboratory. She interned at Frog Design Studio led by Hartmut Esslingen and in noted Studio Dunne/Raby, RCA London. Among her most famous products belongs a home farm for insect breeding. The insects can be used as food. At Bratislava Design Week she is presenting within a curatorial section and also on a conference In the Midl Design Forum.


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