form, Design Magazine, editor-in-chief - together with Anton Rahlwes
Since 2020, Nina Sieverding has been responsible for the chief editorial office of form design magazine together with Anton Rahlwes. She studied design in Braunschweig, Bremen and Valencia and completed internships in
the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation and Zeit Campus. Her master's thesis "Sheep and Man" was awarded by the German Designer Club, among others. As a freelance author and graphic designer she was
for Typo Berlin and the Berliner Festspiele.
Design permeates - consciously or unconsciously - all areas of our lives. It will gain in importance as a source of inspiration and mediator between different disciplines. Design helps us to
questioning structures and adopting different perspectives. It is therefore a necessary condition for working towards a sustainable society. Design is all about creating your own
to formulate expectations of life and society and to transform them into new forms.
The design magazine form was founded in 1957 by Jupp Ernst, Willem Sandberg, Curt Schweicher and Wilhelm Wagenfeld and is thus one of the oldest design magazines in Germany. Today reported
form about developments and personalities from all design disciplines.