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Carolien Niebling (b. 1984, Maastricht, The Netherlands) lives and works in Zurich (Switzerland). She is a designer and researcher who specializes in food-related projects. Her work creates a bridge between science and food, using design as the medium to do so. Carolien graduated as a Master in Product Design from ECAL (Ecole Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne) in 2014. She continued at ECAL working as an assistant teacher. She completed her research The Sausage of the Future, a book published by Lars Müller Publishers in 2017. She has won the Grand Prix at the Design Parade Villa Noailles, Hyères – 2017, the Hublot Design Prize – 2017, Die Besten – Silber (2nd prize) Hochparterre – 2017 and the Design Preis Schweiz in Research – 2019.
PANEL: Keeping Our World Healthy Through Design
Today brands have the power to create the mainstream changes we need to keep our growing world fed, healthy, and beautiful. But, in order to do so it’s important for brands to first understand industry challenges, emerging culture shifts, and ultimately how consumers needs and desires are changing. We’ll chat with Sophie Maxwell from Pearlfisher, Manuela King of RHAA, and Designer & Food Futurist Carolien Niebling about how brand and landscape are taking our changing desires into the future.