I am a visual communicator particularly interested in collaborative design processes and the transformative potential of design-led endeavours.
Beside my freelance activities as a visual designer I am part of the open-source plastic recycling initiative, Precious Plastic Vienna, and continously extending the project Nobody is an Island which is investigating the idea of a Universal Basic Income from the perspective of art and design. ︎︎︎ CV

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↓ Projects
Zur kleine stiege
Nobody is an Island
Mutant Chairs
7000 Bänke documentation
OMI – Open Material Infrastructure
Nu_Volante
Questionism – School of Thought
Smell The Kings
Pewter Transmutation
Bolzano Ti Saluta

↓ Interventions
Declaration of Human Rights
The Black Hole Said:
Democratic Cocktails &
Liquid Democracy


↓ Visual communication (selected works)
OM YEAH (visual identity, webdesign)
Social Design Studio (master program)
National Excitement (data-visualisation)
Shared Walks (card set)
COOP. Sophia (visual identity)


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Nu_Volante
Concept for a local and collaborative street brand


Nu_Volante is the conceptualisation of a street brand connecting local immigrated street vendors to local (eco–social) manufacturer and (socially enganged) designer in the North of Italy.


↑ Brand patch

Beside the natural motivation of making good business for all the actors, the project’s aim is to initiate, shape and foster trust and solidarity between the different involved parties through the engagement in a collaborative process.


↑ Prototypes for alternative mobile vendor displays

The brand’s products follow a few central guidlines that reflect both the involved parties’ and the project’s mission:

Production local, fair and sustainable
Materials recycled or locally/regionally sourced
Design easy to assemble, funtional, modest
Actors-contract full transparency in the project’s processes and a fair share in the generated revenue 


↑ Foldable button-closure leather wallets produced by Coop. Samuele (Trento, Italy)

Once produced, the products get sold exclusively in the local streets to inhabitants and tourists through a network of associated street vendors.

The manufactures have a central role within the collaboration: On the one side they produce a part of the products that get sold by the network of street vendors. On the other site they provide a physical space where designers, street vendors and their own production team can meet to discuss and exchange ideas.

The project's long and middle term aim is to improve the social and economical situation of the immigrated vendors and give more visibility to small local manufacturer. In addition it has a great cultural value and brings live and value to the local streets.

Functional products:



↑ Foldable leather wallets produced by Coop. Samuele in Trento, Italy

↑ Sport bags produced with recycled fabric by local coop. AKRAT

↑ Screenprinted board games produced with recycled fabric by local coop. AKRAT


↑ Screenprinted inner city map illustrated by local designer Giovanna Bampa


↑ Workspace of cooperative AKRAT in Bolzano-Bozen, Italy




Conceptual products:NASA satellit images of the Sahara region (transit zone for immigrated african streetvendors) were translated into jacuard pattern











Bachelor Thesis in Design and Art
at the Free University of Bolzano-Bozen, Italy


Project supervision:
Kris Krois, Sebastian Camerer
Development in collaboration with:
Coop. sociale Samuele, Trento
Coop. sociale AKRAT, Bolzano
Free University of Bolzano,
Legacoopbund,
Autonomous Province of South Tyrol

Jacuard fabric produced in collaboration with University of Applied Science Hof, Germany

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