After receiving my (BA) Product Design diploma at Central Saint Martins School of Art & Design, London in 2011, I worked in Torino and Budapest as a (industrial) product designer and as a mentor at an innovation firm. I also completed several successful designs as a self-employed packaging designer, both published in digital and printed media.
I consider my profession as a problem solving mechanism, that can systematically resolve complications using methods and tools that fits best with each project.
Design is a special process for me. Powerful imagination sources from our personal pool of experiences. Therefore keeping my senses consistently alert is an essential attitude. I get most excited by experimental innovation that connects, empowers and educates people.
(one of my) mission(s)
Current consumer products are progressively intertwined with electronic technology. These objects and the way we interact with them are evolving dramatically, as the changing technology inside them. Their communication can be more intuitive, while their immaterial presence can be as tangible as their physical one. The interaction of these objects have to be thought over together with their physical body to become honest, whole and genuine.
(Industrial) Product and Interaction Designer
Michiel Cornelissen Ontwerp
2015 05 - present
Utrecht, The Netherlands
2013 07 - 2014 12
2012 06 - 2013 06
Caterina Tiazzoldi / Nuova Ordentra SAS
2011 09 - 2012 05
Product Design BA (Hons)
Central Saint Martins School of Arts and Design
2008 - 2011
London, United Kingdom
Window Dressing, Associate Degree
Vocational School of Art and Decoration
Product Design / Hand drawing / Sculpting
Corvin Drawing School
2006 - 2008
Service Design Jam Budapest, 2014
Rhinoceros 3D Workshop, 2014
Zsennye International Design Workshop, 2008
Adobe Ae, Ai, Id, Ps
Professional Shop-window dresser
Driving License, Type B
'Bútorozd be a városod!' Public Furniture Contest, Shortlisted, 2015
Behance Appreciation Award, 2014