Susanne Stauch lives and works in Berlin. With a background in product design, interaction design,
goldsmithing and project management her work varies on a wide range. As a highly skilled aesthete
she is focused on the transformational aspect of design not only in terms of appearance but also in
a broader sense of critical interaction. She explores how we live with things and interact with our
environment and the way this can improve our habits or change our view of the world. She is driven
by awakening awareness for those necessary transformations, by enabling personal freedom and emanci-
pation and resetting social values. This includes open design processes, recycling and material
reduction, sustainable concepts as well as social and philosophical studies.
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PROJECT EXAMPLES AND INITIATIVES
Cookies'n'Code enabling lifestyle innovation
collaboration with Nadia EL-Imam.
CYO 2011 CreateYourOwn
Co-organisation of the conference, curation and design of the exhibition
co-facilitation of the workshop "Makers Incubator".
GOLDPRODUKT contemporary jewellery and lifestyle products
Design and goldsmithing work since 1999. Wedding ring classes.
I design therefore I think theories on transformation
research, thoughts, articles, ideas, approaches, suggestions.
ISOPT parametric porcelain with integrated insulation technology
This project is questioning the traditional collection of a full porcelain set and takes into
account the nomadic lifestyle, where having less is one of the main issues. Functional changes,
technological improvements as well as the integration of the user into the design process enables
suitable amounts and shapes of these every day items.
Kritische Masse collaborative publication
open design, amateurism and creativity.
SUPERNOVA works on transformation
Ashtanga Yoga classes (Mysore Style)
Coaching your orientation, creativity, intuition, authenticity, inner growth and enablement ECA
SharingTheCity sustainable community building
social innovation research project in Berlin and Brussels.
Transparency Grenade critical engineering collaboration
project by Julian Oliver. Construction, design and assembly of the object.