A vase is typically smooth, elegant and feminine. But as an industrial designer, to me, that sometimes makes them feel unapproachable – pretty to look at but please beware of breaking them.
A wifi-router should fit into user’s daily life as seamlessly as the technology it provides by being able to adapt to the their preferences and living space.
My bachelor project on improving sustainability and reducing littering at campus events.
The ‘Post Human’ theme draws from scientific magazines but in a more artful, explorative way that poses strange questions to the reader.
A selection of industrial design sketches.
In order to create a safe 1.5-meter campus, this screen divider was designed to foster a social, but distanced environment for students at the University of Twente.
This playground model is responsive and modular in order to create the perfect playground for very place and situation.
This smart shelf tracks items that are assigned to its compartments and is able to locate them when needed by sound and light indication. It was co-designed to assist users with a visual impairment.
A water dispenser designed to be placed at a motocross festival taking form inspiration from Ducati.
About Olga Lackner
Olga Lackner is a designer and product developer from Austria currently studying a master’s degree in Industrial Design Engineering at Chalmers University in Göteborg, SE.