Anna Gronemeyer


Anna Gronemeyer is a highly skilled and dedicated Textile Designer with a strong background in material development, research, smart textiles and textile design. Currently she is working as a Scientific Researcher at the Materiability Research Group at the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. With a focus on developing sustainable Myceliumbased material for use in the Cargobike sector. Since 2015 she holds the Master of Arts of Conceptual Textile Design from the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle with Cum laude. During her Master, she conducted extensive research on Myceliumbased materials used for textile coating and refinement. Between her Bachelor and Master studies, Anna interned at Haute Couture Textile Design Studio Jakob Schlaepfer (St.Gallen) and the weaving development department at the Textile Lab Tilburg.

From 2016 to 2023, she worked as an artistic associate at the Textile Design Department at the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle, responsible for teaching, exhibition conception and implementation. As a researcher, Anna collaborated on the project “Stela – smart textiles for an autonomous life in old age” from 2020 to 2022. There she was working on product conception, design and development of a wearable prototype series of a smart cape designed to support emotional communication between families and friends at a distance.

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