Dipl.-Des. Daniel Rese

Daniel Rese is a designer and research assistant at the HfG Offenbach University of Art and Design. In the teaching area of Integrative Design, he supports the courses and supervises students in their undergraduate and graduate studies, independent projects, pre-diploma and diploma theses as well as third-party funded and research projects.

He studied Integrative Design at the HfG Offenbach. During his studies, he was a tutor at the Design Institute for Mobility and Logistics (DML) and won 1st place in the competition “Cycle Highways Innovation for smarter People Transport and Spacial Planning” with a mobility hub concept for Frankfurt Gateway Gardens. After an internship focused on mobility and industrial design at Springtime Design in Amsterdam, he began working as a freelancer in the fields of multimodal mobility, architecture, digital systems and industrial design at agencies such as unit-design, MESO Digital Interiors and schneider + schumacher in parallel to his studies.

Besides the focus on mobility, Daniel believes that integrative design can be used in all areas of society and sees himself as a generalist with a great affinity for sustainability and natural materials.

Projects at OIMD:

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