Simone Rebaudengo

Simone Rebaudengo is a product and interaction designer based in Shanghai, where he consults with for international clients like BMW, Philips, Goggle Creative Labs and the Dubai’s Museum of the Future. His work focuses on exploring the implications of living and interacting with networked, smart and autonomous things. Sometimes they are real products, sometimes they are fictional.

He’s co-founder at Yeast, a venture design laboratory focusing on the future of food and technology, and part of the design collective automato.farm. In his previous career he used to work at frog and used to collaborate with Usman Haque and Pachube to explore human and machine relationships the early stages of the Internet of Things.

Simone has published ‘Design for Living with Smart Products’ with O’reilly and is visiting Lecturer at Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID). He has been lecturing and talking at international conferences like Tedx, IxDA, SolidCon, Thingscon and Dconstruct. His works have been published internationally on Wired, Fast Company, The Atlantic and Designboom, awarded by Red Dot Design Award, Core77, Interaction Awards and Internet of Things Awards and exhibited in galleries and museums like Vitra Design Museum, Triennial Museum in Milan and MAK Vienna.