born in 1986. From 2007 to 2013, she studied Product and Process Design at the Berlin University of the Arts, and Applied Art and Design at the Aalto University in Helsinki.
Her design expertise and interests range from the well-laid table to cooking and kitchen, always focussing on quality of life. Since October 2013, Lisa Keller has been a designer at KAHLA/Thüringen Porzellan GmbH. She was the recipient of a scholarship from the IKEA foundation, was nominated for the Halle Design Award and the James Dyson Award Germany, and received the Bronze Award at the 10th International Design Festival Mino in Japan.
"I like objects that show restraint and yet have their individual personality; that are quiet and yet tell a story; that represent objectivity but in a poetic way. That is why I strive to design objects that leave room for how we use them and how we integrate them into our everyday life."