Tina Alnæs, born 1986, holds a master’s degree in industrial design from The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (2014), and a bachelor’s in Cultural Studies and Social Science from the University of Oslo (2007). She is passionate about design that puts people at the center, and strongly believes in applying design thinking as a strategy to transform user insight into design driven innovation. Her thesis project “Going New Ways” was done in collaboration with Stokke, and was awarded with the prestigious “Red Dot: Best of the Best” in 2014, as well as a Red Dot in the “Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2014”.
Tina is currently working for a design studio in Stockholm, Sweden.
"Go" is the first child carrier that challenges common concepts of mobility. Through an adaptable design solution, the product offers both ergonomic back carrying and weight relieving strolling in a single product. As parents today have an active lifestyle and move around often, versatile solutions can improve their everyday life. The innovative, strollable carrier easily adapts to the changing user needs of parents on the go, and stimulates travelling and spending time outdoors.