Ambra is an interdisciplinary designer, recently graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Design Products. She is currently starting up GoodWaste, a London-based design studio, as well as working on a freelance basis. Her personal practice can be described as a search for a more circular and sustainable future, seeking a synergy between materiality, desirability and community. Through inquisitive research and playful engagement with materials and processes, she focusses on a more responsible use of resources, while designing objects that question the everyday.
- GoodWasteGoodWaste proposes a new model of local, circular manufacturing that sources waste material from factories around London and uses it to produce objects that meet local needs. We study the material flows of a particular area as well as the local communities surrounding it, in order to effectively close loops by making useful objects from so-called ‘waste’. The overall project was done collaboratively between myself, Ewan Alston and Rafael El Baz, but within that we had individual object outputs.
London, United KingdomFreelance
Co-founder of GoodWaste, a new design studio specialising in material flows, local production and the circular economy.
Creative Design ManagerGlobal Young Voices
Creative Director in charge of establishing the visual identity of the organisation and leading its creative output. Web Designer and Graphic Designer. Managed the creative content of the events “Gender Equalities from Across the Borders” - New York, 2016; “Society for all: equity and inclusion for a sustainable future” - United Nations headquarter in New York, 2017.
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- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Indesign
- Product Design
- Model Making
- Product Development
- Graphic Design
- Art Direction
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