Nina Jua Klein is a designer and creative director. Her London based practice designs objects, spaces and identities that distil meaning, encapsulate an idea and tell a story. Balancing rigour with playfulness, the aim is to delight and surprise, to inform and to encourage engagement through participation.
Since finishing her studies in Graphic Media Design (Typography) at the London College of Communication, Nina has worked across print, exhibition design, branding and art direction for clients including Tate, University of the Arts London, Barbican, Wellcome Trust, Google Creative Lab, Visual editions, Hayward Gallery, Prestel, Hamish Hamilton and Alexander McQueen. Working with practitioners from a wide range of institutions and organisations, she considers collaboration as a means to challenge the traditional boundaries of her discipline.