Studio Meineck was founded in 2016 by Chloe Meineck to foster and develop collaboration around her projects.
Chloe Meineck started creating multidisciplinary work whilst studying Design and Craft at the University of Brighton. She created the first Music Memory Box back in 2011. After graduating in 2012, she exhibited her work at 100% Design and Tent London, with coverage in Wired and Design Milk. Since then she’s been on many national and international residencies developing her work.
Most notably, she was one of Crafts Council’s Craft and Technology Residents, Designer in Residence at the Design Museum (2013) and in 2015, she developed her work on an artist residency at KIITO in Kobe, Japan. In 2016, she spoke on the ‘Calm tech and Subtle Interfaces’ panel at SXSW: Interactive. Since 2014, she has been a resident at the Pervasive Media Studio at the Watershed, Bristol where her studio is based.
Studio Meineck has a strong multidisciplinary team developing and bringing Music Memory Box into production. Music Memory Box is Studio Meineck’s first product.
The work of Studio Meineck combines craft, co-design and interactive technologies to create well-considered electronic products. The studio’s design is influenced by emotionally durable design, cradle to cradle methodologies, calm technologies and subtle interfaces.
Studio Meineck creates an atmosphere of collaboration, co-design, invention and creating ideas for social good.
The Alzheimer’s Show, London
The Children’s Media Conference, Sheffield
Kobe Music Memory Box, KIITO, Kobe, Japan
Creatively Ageing, KIITO, Kobe, Japan
The Rooms: REACT Festival, Bristol
British Council Elevate Fellowship, YCAM, Yamaguchi, Japan
Designer in Residence, Design Museum, London
Carer’s Day with Falmouth Memory Cafe, The Eden Project
Craft and Technology Residencies Final Showcase, Pervasive Media Studio
Women in Tech City Showcase, International Women’s Day, Poke, Biscuit Building London
Brighton Design & Craft 2012, TENT, London Design Festival
On Our Doorsteps, 100% Design, London Design Festival
Generation Expo, The Brighton Centre
This Way Up, Upcycling Challenge, British Council, London
The British Society of Research on Ageing Conference, The Brighton Metropole
Chloe Meineck Change Maker Talk, Children’s Media Conference, Sheffield
Subtle Interfaces: Designing for Calm Technology, panel discussion, SXSW, Texas
Craft and Technology, Collect, Saatchi Gallery
Exploring Alzheimer’s Disease, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh Science Festival
Chloe Meineck Saturday Talk Series, Serpentine Gallery, London
Chloe Meineck, Designer in Residence, Design Museum, London
Design For Good, panel Discussion, Farmiloe Building, Clerkenwell Design Week, London
Ageing 2.0 Conference, Google Campus, London