I believe in the synergy effects developing when different disciplines and people meet. This synergy combined with an experimental and unbiased process-focused approach enables creativity with great innovative potential.

My field of work reaches from small to big scale design tasks, always focusing on an unconventional and experimental process of creation. I create spaces for creative synergies between art and science to enable innovation.



Ludwig-Pfau-Str. 15
70176 Stuttgart


Natalie Weinmann is a Masters Graduate in Design and associate lecturer in both Architecture & Design departments at the State Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Stuttgart, Germany. Her current work focuses on experimental design in collaboration with colleagues in the fields of science, design and architecture theory & practice. Natalie has also worked as a freelance Designer with a variety of craft, design and architecture offices, such as ADJAYE ASSOCIATES in London and STEPHEN WILLIAMS ASSOCIATES in Hamburg.

Natalie graduated in MA of European Design from the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design in 2013. As part of the international BA/MA program, she studied additionally at ENSCI – Les Ateliers in Paris and at the AALTO University (TAIK) in Helsinki. Following on from her academic studies, Natalie was granted a scholarship for graduates by the state Baden-Württemberg in Germany in 2013 to further her experimental design led projects.

Whilst tutoring at the Chair for Design Foundations and experimental Design at the ABK in Stuttgart, Natalie combines her experimental research and design approach teaching multidisciplinary teams. Current work in partnership with DNA Nanoscientist Dr. Maximilian J. Urban explores the shared interests of Biochemistry and Design.


Looking forward to being a participant in this workshop with Diana Wehmeier, Sebastian Mähler, Benjamin Hummitzsch, Judith Agui, David Benski and Clemens Fantur. March 12-19
2019 COMPETITIONLINE CAMPUS AWARD 2019 – In the category of faculty concepts with the interdisciplinary seminar ‘Dare’n’Do – Gestaltung kreuzt Biochemie’ in collaboration with Dr. Maximilan Urban from the Max-Planck-Institut for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart (GER)
2019 MUTABLE PROCESSES – DIGITAL FABRICAITON METHODS- Workshop at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste – ZHDK (CH) In collaboration with Clemens Winkler and Luke Franzke from the department of Interaction Design.
2018 SUSTAIN A PLAIN – EXPERIMENTAL DEISGN PROCESS – Workshop at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (POL) at the department of Product Design.
2018 ‘Das Experiment und die Faszination – Lecture and workshop at the Haller Akademie der Künste in Schwäbisch Hall (GER)
2018 ‘Von Gestaltung und Wissenschaftskommunikation’ – Lecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich (GER) at the department of Interior Design / Architecture
2015 ‘f.act’ won the Jury Award at the SOMMERAKADEMIE DRUCKREIF in Hamburg
2014 MINI DESIGN AWARD for SAMT-RAU product series
2014 SAMT-RAU exhibited at BLICKFANG in Hamburg
2014 German Design Award, Newcomer Nominee
2013-2014 Scholarship for Graduates by the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany
2013 Dionysia Artist Residency in Iceland. Exhibition in Þingeyri, Iceland
2012 Goldpunkt. Price for exceptional design, Duravit Design Competition for a waterless Urinal, Architect@Work exhibition, Stuttgart, Germany
2011 Red Dot Design Award Nominee
2011 Piezo Shower, published in ‘Green Design’, Braun Publishing
2010-2011 Maku, exhibited at DMY, Berlin, Germany and at ANTON & ANTON, Helsinki, Finland
2010 Piezo Shower, exhibited at Science Gallery, Green Machines exhibition, Dublin, Ireland
2010 Piezo Shower, 2nd price, Salone Satellite, Milan, Italy