About Me


The world around us is full of aesthetical wonders. Think of soap bubbles, little insects, or the ticking of traffic lights. There is a contrasting force of society full of time pressure and expectations, blinding people and preventing them from noticing these aesthetics. I feel these expectations limit myself and the people around me. It seems so contrasting that humans are powerful enough to shape to world, yet let it drown them in a fast flow called daily life.

Little moments of joy can be the small breaks in this stream of pressure. They can be spread out in everyday life and interaction. It contrasts the idea of fast-paced consumerism and assigns more value to enjoyment and peace of mind. Through design, I hope to replace thoughtless use with meaningful integration. To integrate and harmonize things without overcomplicating a product. I design to spark interest in people, to reconnect them with the world around them.


I am an explorative and future-oriented designer. I strive to share the joy I find in things with others. My designs are made with attention, and I continuously try to improve the approach to design for each project.

Usually, my design processes follow a Reflective Transformative Design Process so the iterations can follow a natural flow. For example, most of my projects start with brainstorming sessions with writing, drawing, or scenario playing, but some projects require more attention to the interaction while some are focused on the look of the design. However, because my imagination can be quite strong, the transition from thinking to physical making is harder. Over time, I learned that this is less when using various ways of quick making.

In one of my group projects, after a meeting that consisted of mostly conceptual thinking, we reflected on our results and decided to each spend 15 minutes on a quick cardboard prototype to bring to the next meeting. This prevented us from getting stuck at imagining the concept instead of experiencing it.

I enjoy seeing aesthetics that I know be implemented in different scenarios, like using 3D printing to repair old objects and using it as a way to complement the original design. Curiosity plays an important role here, though I still prefer to explore together with others because new design approaches are less intimidating in a team setting.