Amandine David is a designer and researcher based in Brussels. In her practice, located between traditional crafts and digital manufacturing, objects appear as material traces to a surrounding process of learning, sharing and collaborating. By working with craftspeople, programmers and architects and foregrounding what is usually considered as context, such as technical know-how, disciplinary traditions and social cultures, Amandine opens up possibilities for multidisciplinary dialogues. 

Previous and ongoing collaborations include TAAT, Z33, Crafts Council Nederland, Trame Paris, Ohme and Dutch Invertuals. Amandine is currently teaching at KASK & Conservatorium, in the Autonomous Design department. Her work is part of the collection of Design Museum Gent and CID at Grand-Hornu. Amandine received the Henry Van de Velde Young Talent Award in 2023.