Ir. Peeters, A.
Anna-Louisa Peeters is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering.
As a passionate transition designer, my work revolves around the strategy, research, design and implementation of interventions within dynamic and complex systems, to bring about lasting change. I am a strong believer that we can ensure a sustainable future for next generations if we connect with one another and the natural world around us. Be it through a product, a service, environments or eye to eye.
My PhD research focuses on the Protein Shift, where we seek to understand how problem and solution framing can help accelerate our collective dietary transition from animal proteins to mostly plant-based proteins.
After almost 7 years in commercial environments, I have come back to the faculty to focus on the domain that is closest to my heart: changing how we eat, fostering a symbiotic relationship with our planet, our bodies and our fellow animals.
- 2011 ─ 2014
MSc Design for Interaction, Delft University of Technology
- 2007 ─ 2011
BSc Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
- 2021 – present
PhD Candidate ‘Designing the Protein Shift’, Delft University of Technology
- 2018 – 2020
Service Designer, Livework Studio
- 2014 – 2018
IT trainee / Service Designer, Rabobank