Product designer from Denmark. My design approach always involves a lot of experimentation with materials, processes and it’s very hands on.

My projects are driven by an interest in materials, alternative manufacturing methods and the aesthetic deriving from this. For me, good design is when unique material properties, intriguing manufacturing techniques and a more down to earth functional approach is investigated and challenged in new and different ways.


2011 – 2014 BA Product Design at Central Saint Martins in London

2009 – 2011 BA Industrial Design at The Royal Danish Academy of Design



Islington Contemporary Art and Design Fair, London – 25th to 26th of October

‘Total Fabrication’ at Craft Central, London Design Festival – 15th to 26th of September

‘Making Exhibition’ at Material Lab, London Design Festival– 15th to 26th of September

MoOD Trade Fair with Global Colour Research, Brussels – 9th to 11th of September

Aram Graduates Show at The Aram Gallery, London – 21st of July to 23rd of August

Degree Show at Central Saint Martins, London

Grant, High Street Factory, from: HEFCE, UnLtd & UAL

Thermochromic Wall – Winner of Converse’s Wall of Clash competition

The first temporary High Street Factory was set up in Clerkenwell, London

High Street Factory “work in progress” at Central Saint Martins

The Big Stub – Shortlisted for Future Concept Lab’s “Clean City Lab” for Milan Design Week 2012

Mini You Exhibited at Central Saint Martins

Modulor Exhibited during Code 11, in Bella Center, Copenhagen


Interior Design Commission for SEOdk, Copenhagen

Model making for IDEO, London

Founded High Street Factory. An outcome of a project aiming to bring local products and production back on the high street.

Design Assistent for ReLabl.  Assisting in building and developing the ReLabl brand combined with curating new interesting product designers for the ReLabl project.

Co-founded Bæst with 8 young creative entrepreneurs. A contemporary design & art gallery in Copenhagen. I designed shop interior and curated exhibitions.



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