Darius Zalzadeh, born 1984, is an german industrial designer.
After his engineering studies he studied product design at the KHK, the school of fine arts and design in Kassel.
While still a student, he was given the chance to demonstrate his craftsmanship, as well as his love of precision and detail, by creating a prototype for Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. It is now owned by Vitra and has been added to the Vitra Design Museum collection.
In 2020 he finished his diploma degree with the grade ''very good''. During his studies he has been working for four years as a senior design engineer for the company Kennwert KW GmbH.
Recently he worked for Studio Kai Linke.
2011 - 2020
Studies: Product design at the academy of fine arts in Kassel
2014 - 2018
Senior Design Engineer at Kennwert KW GmbH
2006 - 2011
Studies: Engineering at the university of Kassel
Hessen Design Competition (Winner)
Kids Design Award (Nominee)
German Design Graduates (Exhibitor)
IKEA Stiftung, Hofheim-Wallau
Selected for the collection of a museum
Vitra Design Museum, Végétal-Chair-Prototype
kasselcollection, Ambiente, Frankfurt am Main
becoming things, Grassimesse, Leipzig
Edition Gernheim, Glasmuseum Riihimäki, Finnland
Edition Gernheim, LWL Industriemuseum, Gernheim
kasselcollection, Ventura Lambrate, Milano Design Week, Italy
Green Card Wasserschloss (Exhibitor)