Amandine David




1.Works

Crossing parallels
Weaving code
Qiperukkat
Latex & ochre
Hors Pistes

2.Process (coming soon)

Drawing circles
Mapping design practices

bio

info@amandinedavid.com @amandine__david

Amandine David is a Brussels based designer and researcher whose work celebrates sharing as a methodology and opportunity to redefine design processes. 

    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.

News
Crossing parallels will be part of the exhibition A school of Schools by Z33 at C-Mine, Genk (June 28th-September 9th).
Qiperukkat pieces will be presented during the exhibition Hors Pistes - Conversations between artisans and designers at mudac, Lausanne (July 10th-January 12th).
Weaving code project is growing within FORMAT, Z33 research program.




Workshops
    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

Exhibitions 
    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

Education
    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