Lovolab is a collective of likeminded researchers, managers
We combine our skills to help you design a more equal and
Coaching & facilitation
We introduce people and organisations to concepts and ways of thinking that can spark innovation, creativity and participatory change. We design workshop formats and offer moderation/facilitation services.
From social sciences and mixed method to exploratory and user research. We deep dive into the challenges and provide context, insights and learnings.
From service, product, and business to space, experience and interaction. We ideate and co-create, prototype, test and iterate concepts and solutions.
Rent us! We supplement your team with our experience or become your devil’s advocate challenging ideas and providing expert feedback.
We worked on
Redefining urban logistics
How might we boost the uptake of e-cargo bikes by residents and businesses in Berlin Kiez?
with TU Berlin Centre For Entrepreneurship
How might we kickstart a community of practice around mindful R&D in the context of Global South?
with Johnson Jacka
How might we uncover the mysterious ubiquity of Vespas on Zanzibar?
Illuminating Tanzanian homes
How might a different approach to household illumination off the grid look like?
How might we empower local technicians to maintain solar home systems in rural Africa?
with Paygee / Mobisol
Involving the youth in politics
How might we get young people to participate in politics?
with nexus Institute
Klara is a service designer with an engineering background, striving to make human-centered design useful for processes of innovation and change.
Kannika is an organizational developer and sustainability pro who pairs her charms with Berlin bluntness to get people aligned and projects done.
Sebastian is a business designer and creative mind with hands-on experience and deep understanding of challenges in emerging markets.
Felix is a UX and UI pro, quick when it comes to building and testing physical + digital prototypes. A perfectionist when it’s time to create final designs from journey maps to micro interactions.