Contact Dimitry Suzana +33(0)6.18.81.44.71 @dimitry.szn dimitry.suzana@gmail.com

Critical thinker// Contextual designer Eindhoven based French designer Dimitry Suzana (1990) graduated from the Design Academy in 2019. Throughout his education, he learned how to expand his thoughts about which matters the design practice can tackle. With a firm focus on fighting against generic solutions, by rethinking small scale issues, his conceptual work aims to empower users/audience to understand our responsibilities in increasingly complex societies. His latest work, “Unfit To Live” takes a position towards the taboo surrounding death, as well as questioning from where we formulate our opinions concerning the “Right To Die” movement.
Contact Dimitry Suzana +33(0)6.18.81.44.71 @dimitry.szn dimitry.suzana@gmail.com

Critical thinker// Contextual designer Eindhoven based French designer Dimitry Suzana (1990) graduated from the Design Academy in 2019. Throughout his education, he learned how to expand his thoughts about which matters the design practice can tackle. With a firm focus on fighting against generic solutions, by rethinking small scale issues, his conceptual work aims to empower users/audience to understand our responsibilities in increasingly complex societies. His latest work, “Unfit To Live” takes a position towards the taboo surrounding death, as well as questioning from where we formulate our opinions concerning the “Right To Die” movement.
Contact Dimitry Suzana +33(0)6.18.81.44.71 @dimitry.szn dimitry.suzana@gmail.com

Critical thinker// Contextual designer Eindhoven based French designer Dimitry Suzana (1990) graduated from the Design Academy in 2019. Throughout his education, he learned how to expand his thoughts about which matters the design practice can tackle. With a firm focus on fighting against generic solutions, by rethinking small scale issues, his conceptual work aims to empower users/audience to understand our responsibilities in increasingly complex societies. His latest work, “Unfit To Live” takes a position towards the taboo surrounding death, as well as questioning from where we formulate our opinions concerning the “Right To Die” movement.