Lenneke Kuijer


is Assistant Professor in the Future Everyday group at the Industrial Design Department of Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands. She is interested in the relation between social and technical change in everyday life. Through her research she develops methods and tools to help designers get a better grip on the longer term, broader societal impacts of their design decisions. In this work she combines social practice theories, critical STS work and design research. Her current work focuses on the future of summer comfort in Dutch households, aiming to find alternatives to energy intensive artificial cooling dependencies.



last update: February 2022


Articles published on IXD&A:


•  Teaching alternative Paradigms through Critical Design, N. 51, pp. 172 - 201,  abstractdownload