Anette Lundebye

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Position: Senior Lecturer
Email: lundebyea@regents.ac.uk
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Faculty: Business & Management
Areas of Expertise: Sustainability, Design Management, Futures thinking

Professional Biography

Anette is passionate about learning, creativity and sustainable futures. She has over the past 15 years worked as design researcher, educator, artist, consultant and coach and has developed cutting-edge teaching and research practices around the design and facilitation of transdisciplinary and co-creative processes for a variety of audiences in higher education, industry, local government and the not-for-profit sector in the UK, in France and Scandinavia. Her research is informed by metadesign: a collaborative, emergent and systemic approach to design and is currently interested in phenomenological approaches to education. She is inspired by questions such as: How do we lead collaboration and partnership to influence and re-imagine sustainable futures? And, how do we create the conditions for true creative and systemic change to emerge? As senior lecturer she teaches both UG and PG levels on sustainable innovation, ethics, entrepreneurship, creativity and design leadership.

Qualifications

  • Level 7 Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring, Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), 2016
  • MA Design Futures, Department of Design, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK, 2004
  • MA Textile Design, ENSAD / École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France, 1998
  • BA in Fine-Arts, (distinction), ENSA / École Nationale Supérieur d'Art Dijon, France,1996
  • Foundation course, Académie Charpentier, Paris, France, 1993
  • Examen Philosophicum, University of Oslo, Norway, 1992
  • Examen Artium, (equivalent to A-Levels) Hartvig Nissen Videregåendeskole, Oslo, Norway, 1991

Relevant Past Employment

  • 2005 – current: Design consultant at Lundebye & Tham
  • 2005 – current: Frequent lecturer in Design, Metadesign and Sustainability for BA and MA levels at institutions such as Goldsmiths, University of London, National Academy of the Arts Oslo, Linnaeus University, Sweden.
  • 2006 – 2008: Researcher on ‘Bench-marking Synergy Levels in Metadesign', Department of Design, Goldsmiths, University of London
  • 2006 – 2009: Professional Development Unit Manager - 0.2 (FTE) Department of Design, Goldsmiths, University of London
  • 2004 – 2006: Co-project manager for the initiative ‘From Waste to Wisdom' in collaboration with the Nowhere Foundation, UK
  • 1999 – 2003: Textile and concept designer (full-time), Trèves
  • 1999: Apprentice Training Program, Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, USA,

Professional Affiliation(s)/Accreditation

  • Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy 

Teaching & Course Development

Teaching and course development of the following:

  • Module leader on Luxury Brands and Creativity, MA Luxury Brand Management.
  • Module leader on Futures, MA Creative Leadership
  • Module leader on Product Design Management, MA Luxury Brand Management.
  • Module leader on Corporate Social Responsibility, BA Global Management
  • Module leader on Sustainability for Global Business, BA Global Management
  • Module leader on Innovation for Sustainable Global Enterprise, BA Global Management
  • Module leader on People, Sustainability and SME’s, BA Global Management

Delivered and developed a number of workshops/seminars and talks at various institutions both in the UK and in Scandinavia such as:  Imperial College Business School in London, MA Design Futures at Goldsmiths, University of London, Central St. Martins, UAL,  Oslo National Academy of the Arts, (Oslo, Norway) Linnaeus University, (Växjö , Sweden), HDK, Gothenburg, Beckmans College of Design, Stockholm

Research Supervision

On-going supervision of numerous BA and MA dissertations

Research Interests

  • Meta design
  • Futures Thinking & Design Leadership
  • Sustainable Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Collaborative processes & Co-creation
  • Phenomenological approaches in Education
  • Socially Responsive Design (SRVD)
  • Cultural & Design Semiotics

Publications

  • Jones, H. & Lundebye, A. (2015). Designing learning scenarios for Futures of Sustainability. NORDES 2015: Design Ecologies Conference, Konstfack, Stockholm, 2015
  • Jones, H. & Lundebye, A. (2013). Metadesigning Spaces of Engagement and Exchange. Design for Social Innovation and Sustainability (DESIS) UK Network event, Northumbria University, Newcastle, 2013.
  • Lundebye, A. & Jones, H. (2012). Bisociating Diversities For Socially Responsive Design. 8th International Conference on Design & Emotion, Central St. Martins School of Art & Design, University of the Arts London, 2012.
  • Jones, H. & Lundebye, A. (2012). Metadesign: A Dynamic Framework For Seeding Socially Responsive Design. Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Design & Emotion, Central St. Martins School of Art & Design, University of the Arts London, 2012
  • Tham, M. & Lundebye, A. (2008) Applying Metadesign To Invite Emotions To Further The Design Of Sustainable Futures. Proceedings of 6th Design & Emotion International Conference, School of Design, Polytechnic University Hong Kong, 2008

Other Outputs

Design research

  • 2016 – 2018: Researcher on ‘The Future of Home’, a BOOST Project funded by the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth led by the Department of Design at Linnaeus University in Växjö.
  • 2013 - 2016: Researcher on ‘Curious Design Change’ research platform in the Department of Design at Linnaeus University, Sweden.
  • 2006 – 2008: Researcher on ‘Bench-marking Synergy Levels in Metadesign’ in the Department of Design, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.

Consultancy

  • Clients include: Trèves, Volvo, Swarovski, Seymour Powell, Space-Doctors, Nowhere Group, London College of Fashion, Sustainable Fashion Academy, Linnaeus University, Swindon Borough Council. http://lundebyetham.com/whats-up/

Exhibitions

  • 2016: Lost – with foreign investment. Performance for the book launch of “Wild New Territories’ edited by curator Ron Den Daas at the Linnaean Society, London.
  • 2015: Regents Open Exhibition. Summer group exhibition in the Knapp gallery, Regents University London.
  • 2014: One Square Foot of Sky (group exhibition) with foreign investment for the exhibition “Collector Club” curated by Ying Kwok at the art space Oi! in Hong Kong supported by Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
  • 2012: Sky Mile (group exhibition) with foreign investment. Performances for group show: Wild New Territories, Canada House & Camley Natural Park, London.
  • 2011: Everything Must Go (solo exhibition) with foreign investment at the Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester, supported by Arts Council England.
  • 2010: Oslo Gold Exchange (solo exhibition) with foreign investment. Commissioned and produced by Mesen Kulturprodusenter and funded by Norwegian Arts Council and Oslo Kommune.
  • 2010: Topping Out, Act 3 (solo exhibition) Dinner performance by foreign investment commissioned by the Arts Council of England, Manchester.
  • 2009: The Immaculate Conception II (group exhibition), Performance by foreign investment as part of The Fifth Floor: Ideas Taking Space at the Tate Liverpool.
  • 2008: The Immaculate Conception I (Designer Babies) (group exhibition) Dinner performance by foreign investment at E:vent Gallery, London.
  • 2008: The Deptford Gold eXchange – Performance by foreign investment. Commissioned by Deptford X. Winner of the McDonald Egan Award.
  • 2008: 21 Metadesign Tools (group exhibition), presented during London Design Festival, London
  • 2003: Le Secret (group exhibition) Can Paluet, Matarò/ Barcelona, Spain
  • 2003: Jeune Création (group exhibition) Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris, France
  • 2002: X-mas calandar (group exhibition) in collaboration with Mesén & Room for Art at Oslo Sentralstasjon, Oslo, Norway
  • 2000: Ma vie à deux (group exhibition) Hôtel de France, Paris, France
  • 2000: Échanges Franco-Mexicain, (group exhibition) Museo Franz Mayer, Mexico City, Mexico
  • 1996: Hommage à Senghor (group exhibition) organized by UNESCO, Espace Senghor, Verson, France

 

Conference Papers Given

  • Jones, H. & Lundebye, A. (2015). Designing learning scenarios for Futures of Sustainability. NORDES 2015: Design Ecologies Conference, Konstfack, Stockholm, 2015
  • Jones, H. & Lundebye, A. (2013). Metadesigning Spaces of Engagement and Exchange. Design for Social Innovation and Sustainability (DESIS) UK Network event, Northumbria University, Newcastle, 2013.
  • Lundebye, A. & Jones, H. (2012). Bisociating Diversities For Socially Responsive Design. 8th International Conference on Design & Emotion, Central St. Martins School of Art & Design, University of the Arts London, 2012.
  • Jones, H. & Lundebye, A. (2012). Metadesign: A Dynamic Framework For Seeding Socially Responsive Design. Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Design & Emotion, Central St. Martins School of Art & Design, University of the Arts London, 2012
  • Tham, M. & Lundebye, A. (2008) Applying Metadesign To Invite Emotions To Further The Design Of Sustainable Futures. Proceedings of 6th Design & Emotion International Conference, School of Design, Polytechnic University Hong Kong, 2008

Grants Awarded

  • Grant from Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs awarded by Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway/ Norsk Form (2013)
  • Grant from Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs awarded by Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway/ Norsk Form (2008)

Last updated: 08 December 2017