Danielle is a graduate student in the Industrial Design MFA program at Parsons, The New School, and holds a degree in Architecture from Princeton University.
After nearly five years of practicing architecture in Shanghai, China, Danielle relocated to New York to further explore her capabilities as a product designer. Her professional endeavors and personal growth in Asia have afforded her great skills in blending space and craft, along with an acute sense for detail and a compulsive drive to explore our daily relationships with the objects around us.
Sarah Templin is a Baltimore- and New York-based product designer with a strong focus on textiles, lighting and material development. She has over 15 years of experience in textile design, material sourcing and development, textile-focused product development and design, and exhibitions and site-specific installations.
Her background in fine art and design, textile printing, and over a decade of experience in museum exhibition design, installation and curatorial work shape her distinct approach to design.
She is currently completing an MFA in industrial design at Parsons, The New School in New York City.