1974 born in Baden-Württemberg, Germany
1990 to 1992 Upper school and completed a metal works apprenticeship
1992 to 1995 Apprenticeships as a textile designer and weaver
1995 to 2002 Studies at the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg
(Hochschule für Bildende Künste)
with Professor Lambert Rosenbusch
Diploma in Design, specializing in Industrial Design
1997 to 2002 Training as a master craftswoman with Professor Rosenbusch
1996 Founded “Lindner im Norden” (Lindner in the north)
Drafting and sales of Lindner designed products
2007 – current Guest lecturer at the Faculty of Design in Wismar
Department of Interior Design

During her training as a master craftswoman, Sandra Lindner supervised the realization
of a sculpture that Lambert Rosenbusch developed for the one hundredth anniversary of the
“Deutsches Schauspielhaus” (German Theatre) in Hamburg.

Lindner’s own designs were displayed at various exhibitions and fairs, such as the “Designmai”
in Berlin, “Stylepark in Cologne or a showing with Piero Lissoni in Berlin. At the fair “Blickfang” in Vienna,
the cafeteria was furnished with her x-stools (x-hocker) and the “Blickfang” in Stuttgart
awarded her Verform light fixture with their Light Prize. The “Karsten Greve” Gallery in Paris and the
“Stefan Vogdt” Gallery in Munich adopted the Verform luminaire for sale in their showrooms.

The magazine Elle Decoration honoured Lindner with the Elle Decoration International Design Award
(EDIDA) in 2007 as Newcomer of the Year for her “wonderfully reduced design”.

The examination of sustainability issues has become increasingly important in Lindner’s work over the
last few years. Her furniture designs for the series “Bestiaux” and her flooring “Pinhua mudiban” are
made from recycled materials.

Movement and form are united in Lindner’s current ceramic work.