Eugenia Morpurgo is an Italian designer researching new production processes and working in the field of digital crafts. In 2009 she graduated from the Industrial Design course of IUAV University in Venice. Afterwards, she moved to The Netherlands to attend the Master in Social Design program at the Design Academy Eindhoven. Parallel to her studies, she took part in the research program on craft and development Atelier Rwanda, based in Kigali, Rwanda. Since September 2014 she is a Lecturer of Production Technologies and Systems at the Free University of Bozen – Bolzano, Italy. Currently she lives in Paris and works as an independent designer on social design and research projects, commissioned by several cultural institutions, as well as leading workshops in the international network of Fablabs.
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A Namibian born designer currently based between Berlin, Germany and Cape Town, South Africa – who describes herself as a self confessed Afrophile and extensive traveller, works in an intuitive way from 2D graphics to 3D objects with a special interest in textile design. Having graduated with a Contextual Design MA at the Design Academy Eindhoven, she works conceptually over multiple disciplines, on both social and commercial projects.
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Image — Eugenia Morpurgo