Desde mar 2020
|Nacimiento:||Santiago, Region Metropolitana, Chile|
|Residencia:||Reside en Barcelona, España|
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Chilean Industrial Designer. He studied in Universidad de Chile in Santiago de Chile and obtained a Master's degree in Research for Design and Innovation at Elisava, in Barcelona, Spain. He has worked alongside artists groups, and has been part of the American Popular Art Museum (Museo de Arte Popular Americano) the first universitary museum in Latinamerica, which belongs to Universidad de Chile. In addition, Andrés has given lessons as a researcher´s substitute teacher at Universidad de Chile and Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana de Santiago. In 2013 he was granted an award to start up a handmade design endeavor in Santiago de Chile. He also worked as a researcher for the Escondida Mine in Chile, and for public universities and privates companies of the country. When he arrived to Spain, he lived in Bilbao where he developed a ceramic line based on the Bizkaia mine. In Barcelona, he has collaborated with other artists, such as an illustrator, in order to create others ceramic objects. He has also imparted many workshops about Design Thinking. He was working as a Project manager at Inèdit Innovació (Barcelona) executing tasks as conducting market research; production timetables, generating product requirements, delivery of the operating plan, etc. He also is a speaker and facilitator in Eco Design, Industrial Design, as well as active Trend Researcher and Lean Start-Up Facilitator. He teaches Trend Analysis and Design Research at Istituto Europeo di Design in Barcelona. Andrés has also been guest professor to at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, where he presented a course on trendwatching. In 2017, he published his first report about trends called “ Creative Spaces and New Collaborative Trends”. This project was financed by the Chilean government and sponsored by Istituto Europeo di Design.