Charlotte McCurdy

Charlotte McCurdy is an interdisciplinary designer and researcher who works at the intersection of emerging technology, futures and existential threats. Her work on carbon-negative materials, After Ancient Sunlight, debuted as part of Nature—The Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial and won the Experimental category in the FastCompany Innovation by Design Awards. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Guardian, CNN, Dezeen, Wallpaper and Vogue and has been supported by the MacArthur Foundation, Swarovski, The UN Office for Partnerships and Science Sandbox. She holds a degree in Global Affairs from Yale University and in Industrial Design from RISD.

Fall 2021

ID-241G-01 Graduate ID Studio I
ID-241G-02 Graduate ID Studio I
ID-4015-01 Climate Crisis & Design

Wintersession 2022

ID-236G-01 Thesis Open Research

Spring 2022

ID-24ST-02 Advanced Design: Studio
ID-8965-03 Collaborative Study
NMSE-8965-03 Collaborative Study
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  • MID, Rhode Island School of Design
  • BA, Yale University