kathrin alischer

operates as a designer in an international and interdisciplinary environment. She is studying Industrial Design at the State Academy of Fine Arts Stuttgart and Collaborative and Industrial Design at the Aalto University Helsinki School of Arts, Design and Architecture.

Her strategic approach is characterised by the close use of materials and cooperation with workshops. She’s an active and optimistic team person with a great sense of challenger mindset. Her projects are not least artefacts that inspire dialogue and ongoing development.

“Kathrin is a positive, forward thinking individual with a great knowledge of design field. She is driven to understand how people behave, what are their needs and how design solutions can challenge or make better life for them.”

Tiina Aarras, Colour and Material Designer in Residence, Sensorial and Experience Led Design Specialist.

collaborative and industrial design

seit 2020

aalto university school of arts, design and architecture helsinki

scholarship holder

seit 2018

ully & chris tine Wohlgemuth Stiftung

industrial design

seit 2016

staatliche akademie der bildenden künste stuttgart

daimler ag

working student

01/2018 – 07/2018

technical moulds and rapid prototyping department
strategic planning and development tactile display system including variant relief modules

product designer
mutschler winkler design



concept presentation / customer meeting / design drafts
preparation for my upcoming industrial design studies at the abk stuttgart.

model maker
monath + menzel


09/2015 – 03/2016

in preparation for my industrial design studies at the abk stuttgart I worked in the modelling studio monath + menzel


working student

05/2015 – 08/2015

statistical survey of traffic flows, volumes and structures in local transport in schleswig-holstein (2017) and baden-württemberg (2015)