Amandine David is a Brussels based designer and researcher whose work celebrates sharing as a methodology and opportunity to redefine design processes.Her research is located at the crossroad of traditional crafts and digital practices. It usually takes shape in the creation of tools and material experimentation libraries.
Amandine is also the co-founder of Hors Pistes, a nomadic residency program that initiates encounters between craftsmen and designers and explores the value of trans-disciplinary and cross-cultural collaborations.
→Cordes is on show at Dutch Invertuals exhibition The Circle during Dutch Design Week (October 19th to 27th).
→Weaving code project is part of the exhibition FORMAT Changing attitudes, at Z33, Hasselt (September 15th-November 24th).
→Qiperukkat pieces are part of the exhibition Hors Pistes - Conversations between artisans and designers at mudac, Lausanne (July 10th-January 12th).
Mapping design practices, DAE Social Design Master — NL, 2018
École des Beaux Arts de Rennes — FR, 2016
Lycée Choiseul, Applied Arts section — FR, 2014
Lectures & panels
Tea Conversation, Motel Win Win, TAC, Eindhoven — NL, 2018
Disaster studies symposium, TAC, Eindhoven — NL, 2018
Le Laboratoire Cambridge, Boston — USA, 2017
Swissnex, Wanted Design, New York — USA, 2017
Africa Design Day, ENSCI, Paris — FR, 2014
CID Grand-Hornu, Hornu — BE, 2013
G18, Dutch Design Week — NL, 2018
Unmaking School, Istanbul Design Biennial — TR, 2018
Hors Pistes Nuuk, Nuuk Lokalmuseum — GL, 2017
Luma Days, Les ateliers Luma, Arles — FR, 2017
Nominations & awards
Gijs Bakker Award, nomination for Crossing parallels graduation project — NL, 2018
Product & EcoDesign Awards, MAD Brussels, first prize for Hors Pistes — BE, 2016
Social Design Master, Design Academy Eindhoven, received with cum laude — NL, 2018
DSAA Créateur Concepteur, La Martinière Diderot, Lyon — FR, 2010
BTS Design Produits, Les Herbiers — FR, 2008