Christine Lüdeke studied product design in the US and Italy and went into business for herself by opening a design firm in Switzerland. She mainly works for the aviation industry and has been a Professor at Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences, Germany, for 15 years. Photo: SCHOTT/A. Sell
Just one word
We met with the Swiss industrial designer, Professor Christine Lüdeke, for an unusual interview – no questions, just keywords. What associations came to her mind?
Design is what nature dictates, in other words everything that has a rhythm, a composition that we can touch and look at and that touches us. On the other hand, we design when we transform an object artificially or rethink an object or a topic. Design arises through conscious thinking and people’s actions that we touch – a world that has no natural origin.
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