Zoë Schnegg is an Interaction Designer exploring the cityscape and how we engage with it. Her work focuses on how we shape technology to connect and support us in our local communities and beyond, inviting us to uncover what matters and helps us thrive. She is interested in physical interaction design, engaging the senses and thinking beyond the screen.
She was the Concept Designer for the Red Dot Award winning Bosch Rexroth Infinity Gates (2022), was shortlisted for the RCA Grand Challenge (2023) with the group project ‘Solid Sound’ and was awarded the Targa Rodolfo Bonetto (First Prize) with the group project ‘Hole Healer’ (2019).
She graduated with honours from Berlin-Weißensee Art Academy (BA Product Design, 2021), studied at Politecnico di Milano (BA Product Design, 2019) and the Royal College of Art (MA Design Products) in 2023.