Julia Landsiedl started her design career with a Master’s in Law – as a copywriter in advertising and branding. She went on to study Product- and Processdesign in Vienna and Berlin and left Europe to work for design consultancy IDEO in Silicon Valley.
She returned to Vienna to open her own studio in 2009. Since then the studio has worked on a variety of cross-disciplinary design & innovation projects, both with clients and independently. Its main focus is three dimensional storytelling – developing and staging the stories, services and spaces that surround an object or a brand. She believes in a human-centered, socially responsible approach to design.
Julia Landsiedl was nominated Austrian Museum for Applied Arts/ Contemporary Art’s first designer in residence and won a recognition/outstanding artist award by the Austrian Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture in 2012. Teaching: Technical University Vienna, New Design University (Fotos: Christian Benesch, kollektivfischka/VDW).
2018 GILLO-DORFLES-AWARD, 1st prize / Triest, IT
2018 IF DESIGNAWARD, Bronze – „EXPO Pavillon Austria" (with BWM Architekten + Perndl&Co) / DE
2018 Red Dot Award „Communication Design" – „EXPO Pavillon Austria" / DE
2016 1st Prize – „EXPO Pavillon Austria" (with BWM Architekten + Perndl&Co) / AT
2015 Bundeskanzleramt Scholarship – Bygone Bonbons / BKA (AT, BU)
2013 MehrWERT Sponsoring – „stadtarbeit/VDW" / Erste Bank (AT)
2012 outstanding artist award – „Experimental Design" / bmukk (recognition)
2012 1st Prize – kult & Co, education projects Basel / Depot Basel (CH)
2011 2nd Prize – Nespresso SUSTAIN.ABILITY DESIGN competition
2011 Designer in Residence / MAK Museum for Applied Arts/Contemporary Art, Wien (AT)
2010 interior innovation award (nomination) / imm Köln, (D)
2005 Research Scholarship / University of Applied Arts, Wien (AT)
conceptual & detailed design – exhibitions, brands, installations („Experience Design”)
visual storytelling, content development
Low-Tech, collaborative design, limited editions