Astrid van Roij-Lubsen

  • Designer
    Astrid van Roij Lubsen

    Astrid van Roij-Lubsen worked as concept developer and designer for Waag.

    During the period 2007-2009, she worked as usability researcher and designer for the organisation. In this period she was involved in projects like Scottie, Self City and Fablab Amsterdam. In 2009, she left for Barcelona to work at the Expolab and organizing workshops at the CItilab. She returned in 2011, to take up the position of concept developer and designer.

    Astrid graduated in 2006 at the Technical University Delft, Master Industrial Engineering Design. In 2012 she graduated at the Fab Academy of MIT.


  • We make
    Open Design Lab
    In October 2014 we organized a two-day OpenKnit Machine workshop within the Crisp Smart Textile Services project in collaboration with TU/Eindhoven…
  • We care
    Creative Care Lab
    FAKE IT/MAKE IT is the title of the third CRISP magazine, this issue is completely about prototyping in the design process.
  • We learn
    Maker Education Lab
    On Sunday March 30th, 2014 there was a special FabSchool Kids edition in de Waag. Mitch Altman, an American hacker and inventor, visited Holland this…
  • We code
    Open Design Lab
    Steve Swiggers and Vincent Muller of the Dutch branch of Wikihouse presented their design at the RAP for an open source garden house. Via…
  • We make
    Open Wetlab
    For the minor ‘digital craft’ at the Willem de Kooning Academy I went to the Open Wetlab to study bacteria and the fascinating patterns that emerge…
  • We care
    Creative Care Lab
    In the COMMIT/TOUCH project Waag is working towards solutions that help people to maintain their social relationships in a subtle, pleasant and…