lisa wolf




based in Berlin, living in Europe 



Lisa is a researcher, designer and visual artist. Lisa works on interdisciplinary projects ranging from spatial installations to product design. Lisa’s projects combine digital fabrication methods and traditional materials such as clay, wood, fabric or metal. These physical installations and objects are connected to an ongoing research and interest in performance and sound.

Therefore, Lisa has collaborated with artists and curators to exchange ideas, support each other and realize projects. Lisa believes that working on collective ideas encourages communication and an experimental approach across disciplines.


Lisa is currently teaching at mAD (Media for Architectural Design), an institute which is part of Leibniz Universität Hanover. 

Lisa specialized in digital fabrication already during studying and was teaching in the ddplab at the University of Applied Arts Vienna from 2017-2019.

Lisa has been a guest critic at several universities.


Previously Lisa has worked on various scales of design at Tom DixonGregor Eichinger and Acme London. Lisa has a background in architecture and graduated from Greg Lynn’s Studio in Vienna in 2015.




solo exhibitions


Memories of Gigabytes

Design District, Now Gallery London

Sept 2021


Re-Pose or the oddity of every day digital spaces 

Kunstforum Kramsach 

Jul 2021



ACF Bratislava

Mar 2021



group exhibitions



Designblok Prague

Okt 2019


Entfernte Freunde, Textil und Keramik

Vienna Design Week

Sep 2019


Pleasure & Treasure, Salone Reale 

Milan Design Week

Apr 2019


The Essence

Künstlerhaus Vienna

June 2015


Karls Garten 

Kunsthalle Vienna

Mar 2014


Greg Lynn Studio Exhibition

EA Biennial Prague

June 2013



costume design


Museum Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt

Mar 2020

Costume Design for DJ Durbin 


Hör Berlin

Dec 2020

Mask for Chloe Cree



lectures and workshops


Designing Future Realities

October 2020

Interdisciplinary vs. Collaborative


Designblok Prague

October 2019



Creative Days Vienna

June 2019

Materializing through bits and bites

with Daniela Kroehnert



Picture by Hanna Moosbauer







Picture by Nina Manandhar