Stijn Ossevoort is a Dutch designer who has been working for fifteen years as an artist/engineer to develop interactive future visions for clients such as Prada, Nike, Ron Arad Associates, Hewlett Packard and Philips.
In 2004 he joined the wearable Computing group at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich on various wearable-computing projects, such as the first truly wearable computer “QBIC”. Shortly after he worked as a free-lance designer for Philips to create fully functional future fashion visions such as the “Bubelle” and “Frisson” dresses.
In the last five years he has been working part-time for the University of Applied Science and Arts in Luzern as a lecturer on the BA and MA courses Design Management, Product Design and Textiles. At the moment he is setting up his own design agency to generate projects which continue to challenge our future visions.