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Charlotte Hauch

Partner. Graphic designer, MA in Art History.

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"Minimalism could be my middle name - I really like boiling things down to essentials. Once we get at the heart of something we can let our imaginations take flight."
Perhaps it's no surprise that Charlotte chose Donald Judd as the subject for her BA thesis in art history. Judd as an artist created his own space between art and design - an early example of cross-disciplinary practice.
Charlotte's own self-created space lies in the intersection of project management and design.
A graphic designer by training, Charlotte discovered an aptitude for systematic thinking that compliment her creative design skills. It's a 'getting things done' approach that has benefited clients like the Danish Parliament, Nykredit, Realdania and the Danish Pavilions at World Expos in 1996, 2000, and 2005.

"When it comes to design concepts I like boiling things down to their essentials. Once we get at the heart of something we can let our imaginations take flight."

Perhaps it's no surprise that Charlotte chose Donald Judd as the subject for her MA thesis in art history. Judd as an artist created his own space between art and design - an early example of cross-disciplinary practice. Charlotte's own self-created space lies in the intersection of project management and design.

A graphic designer by education, Charlotte discovered an aptitude for systematic thinking that compliments her creative design skills. It's a 'getting things done' approach that has benefited clients like Nykredit, Realdania, the Municipality of Rudersdal and the Danish Pavilions at World Expos in 1998, 2000 and the Nordic Pavilion in 2005.

 

 

Competencies

Project management
Graphic design
Visual identity programmes
Exhibition design
Annual reports

Contact Charlotte Hauch

TEL +45 24 25 77 38
cha@icono.dk

academia.edu