With an interest for the relation between human and its surroundings, Hannah Segerkrantz specialises in design and material research, combining values of ecology, craftsmanship and democratic design.

Her approach to research is environmental, sensitive and contextual. Whether exploring the cultural background and gestures of architectural materials, or studying the relations between objects, people and local traditions, she offers tools and means for bridging our connection with the environments we inhabit.













contact

Hannah (Caroline) Segerkrantz
hannahsegerkrantz@me.com
@hannahsegerkrantz
+372 56652265

Estonia / The Netherlands 

for inquiries, collaboration or other
proposals, please do not hesitate
to get in touch!







CV


work

sept 2021 - ...
july 2021 . ...
feb 2021 - may 2021
oct 2019 - apr 2020     
nov 2015 - apr 2017

Design Researcher at Studio Formafantasma
Founder, designer at Studio Hannah Segerkrantz
Architecture Assistant at Site Practice

Internship at BC Architects & Studies, BC Materials
Founding member, production manager & designer at Spoony LLC

education

feb 2021 - june 2021
2016 - 2020
2018 - ...              
2015 - 2016        
2013 - 2016         
2002 - 2013

Amsterdam Academy of Architecture / Pre-Masters in Architecture & Technology
Design Academy Eindhoven / Well-being / cum laude
OFFFENCE collective / self initiated educational program
Estonian Academy of Arts / drawing, composition, architecture
Gustav Adolf Grammar School / high school education
Sally Studio Art School

social skills

mar 2022 - ...
aug 2021 - sept 2021
sept 2019
apr 2019
feb 2018 - ...
2017 - 2019

sept 2017
may 2016
2015 - 2016

Mentor at Negavatt 2022
Assistant manager for “Missed Your Call” and “The Lost Graduation Show” exhibitions during Salone del Mobile 2021
“The perfect school” workshop, tutoring at Muhu Symposium, EASA Estonia
“The perfect school” workshop, tutoring at Kindoff Collective
Founding member & participant of OFFFENCE collective
Class Representative at Design Academy Eindhoven
Development of the Dialogue Program in Design Academy Eindhoven  
Volunteer at the Design Night Festival in KuMu Art Museum
Founding member & participant of KuMu Art MusemumYouth Club / Tallinn

exhibitions

22. apr - 1. may 2022
5 - 10. sept 2021

10. july - 3. oct 2021
7 - 11. july 2021
feb - march 2021

17 - 25. oct 2020
14. june 2019
31. jan 2019
20. jan 2019
2. - 4. july 2018
22. oct 2017

Design Fest Gent / Gent, BE
Missed Your Call, DAE Graduation Show, Salone del Mobile / Milan, IT
The Lost Graduation Show, Salone del Mobile / Milan, IT
Design by nature, Museum de Fundatie / Zwolle, NL
All Good(s), gr_und / Berlin, GE
ESC – WAVE #2030 / Vvovva x 1646 collective digital exhibition,  with Forest Archive

GS20, Design Academy Eindhoven virtual graduation show: Hemp-it-yourself 
OFFFENCE collective book launch in Galerie de Schans / Amsterdam, NL 
OFFFENCE collective exhibition in LAC space / Eindhoven, NL
OFFFENCE collective exhibition in ExOspedale san Rocco / Matera, IT 
presenting personal work inV&D building / Eindhoven, NL 
“The empty room”, a spatial installation in the Embassy of Intimacy during DDW 2017 / Eindhoven, NL

publications & press

feb 2022
dec 2021
sept 2021
mar 2021
mar 2021
nov 2020
nov 2020
oct 2020
june 2019

DAMN 80, “Organic Matters”: Hemp-it-yourself / printed issue
Makers Manual #2, Store Projects
De Standaard, “De grote ontlading“, interview by Ringo Gomez-Jorge / printed issue
FRAME #139: Hemp-it-yourself in numbers / printed issue

FRAME Magazine products by 8 emerging woman designers: Hemp-it-yourself / digital
Icon Magazine best of GS20: Hemp-it-yourself / online
Future Materials Bank, Jan van Eyck Academy: Hemp-it-yourself
FRAME Magazine GS20 outtakes: Hemp-it-yourself / online
“An experiment in education” OFFFENCE Collective, published by Grand Opening

talks & workshops

30. apr 2022
29. apr 2022
oct 2020
“Hemp-it-yourself” workshop at Design Fest Gent
“Forest through the human perspective” lecture at Sint Lucas, Eindhoven
Abandoning Nature?” DAE Arena panel discussion at DDW TV: Forest Archive