is a designer based in Munich.
LCD Berlin Salon took place at Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, bringing together a network of key industry figures to discuss how to build bridges between tourism, culture and policy makers.
The brief was to create an unique interior that contrasts the past of the place with new progressive design to highlight the creative pioneering role of Berlin. Furthermore guests should feel comfortable during the event and be invited to enter dialogues.
Since the event took place on just one day the interior was made out of temporary structures that afterwards could be used for other purposes. Key elements that zoned the space, were three room dividers and a bar which all contrasted industrial with organic materials.
ONE EARTH TOUR · 2019
Set Design & Lighting Design
The approach of Maurice Ernst, singer of the band Bilderbuch was to create a set design for their live tour that takes credit of the new more naive, outgoing and hippyish style of their recent album. We identified chaos and dadaism as a theme. In steady exchange we created a set design with an optimistic but questioning worldview. Every object has its own meaning or stands as a symbol for a whole subject.
Project for CL+
Images by Josef Beyer
Clock · Material experiment
Sillicone · Irondust · POM · Aluminium · Electronics
SpaceTime is a blurred clock. It conveys a vague feeling of time and leaves it open to interpretation. It encourages the viewer to slow down and decelerate. The spatial structure of the clock is affected and transformed by time - every moment is different. Within the object arises a micro gravitation system - the silicone pins resist gravity but cannot resist the pull of the circulating magnet. The clock got nominated for the "Designpreis Halle 2017".
TÊTE-À-TÊTE · 2016
Plywood · Powder coated steel
This chair is about connecting people. It only works if two people use it together, otherwise it will tilt. One person has to trust the other to sit relaxed. The two seats are close to each other to facilitate intimacy. The user will always associate the chair with the time spent together with others.
This project is the result of a long and intensive research about the attitude of people using their objects in today's consumer society. We asked ourselves what constitutes the value of a product for the people who use it and how to make products more valuable. We exemplified our ideas on chairs.
Project with Manuel Steffan
Sterling Silver 925
Transition is a ring that plays with separation and connection. A gap in the ring is highlighted by two bars that mark the ends of the ring segment. The length of the pipes is chosen to be in golden ratio to give them a correlation. The smooth blending from one bar to another is a key characteristic of the ring. It is made out of sterling silver using a lost wax casting.
X-LIGHT · 2015
Aluminium · Plexiglas · Polyamide
X-Light is a dimmable LED Light for pop-up exhibitions which is easy to setup within seconds. The lamp consists of two components: the base functions as an extension reel, including the dimmer and a multi plug. It allows to loop the power through one base to another. The second component is the light bar, which is easy to plug into the base.
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