Charly Blödel (b. 1992 in Germany) is one of the graduates of 2020 in the Master department of Social Design at the Design Academy Eindhoven. Having worked between communication strategies and exhibition design in the cultural sphere, she currently acts as an interdisciplinary designer and researcher. In her on-going research started in her Master thesis, she focusses on the reimagining of spatial constructs and production systems in
the context of common definitions of waste and material shortage problematics.
Her research-driven work often finds an object-based or spatial translation accompanied by academic writing. Charly Blödel holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications design (Cum laude) from the Hochschule Mainz, Germany, and a Master of Arts in Social Design (Cum laude) from the Design Academy Eindhoven, The Netherlands. She is based in Rotterdam.
A cross-disciplinary approach connecting passionated makers and creative practitioners stands at the core of her work. Meet some of her collaborators—