Juliette is a designer and researcher with a long-standing interest in the relationship between technology and people’s identity.
Juliette completed her BA in Visual Communication at Politecnico di Milano, Italy where she specialised in branding and started developing her visual language. She worked with companies across Europe developing their identities, both on a physical and emotional level. During Juliette’s MA at the RCA she explored in depth the relationship between people and their personal devices. At the same time as studying at the RCA she also worked as a concept designer with a leading scenography studio in Germany. Juliette is now based in London and is currently working as a Research Associate at the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design.
The project reimagined the Chinese family car in the light of ongoing transitions in the automotive industry including automation, Artificial intelligence and electrification.
Publications, exhibitions, other outcomes
- Poggi, J. (2018), Media through Method, Fashion Promotion & Imaging UCA, Epsom
- Poggi, J. (2017) Perfect Body Pose, Selling the Selfie, Fashion Promotion & Imaging UCA, Epsom
- IED (2017) Ha Miffal, Jerusalem
- Memories of the Future (2016) Machines Room, London