Interview about us and Nyta on dieschreibmaschine.net (German).
Nice interview about our work and our office.
Nice article in the magazine ARTMAPP about our work and our office.
Our supsended light »Tilt« is awarded the German Design Award 2015!
Our luminaire »Tilt« is awarded the Interior Innovation Award an will be shown during imm Cologne!
We designed an App for iPhone and iPad which lets you send eCards with pictures of artistically interpreted »Christmas Trees«.
Our new contact information:
T +49 721 4704 4701
Our exhibition project »Oh Tannenbaum« will be on display in December 2011 in 25 branches of the Goethe-Institut around the world.
Our light »Shining« is part of the exhibition »Gewebtes Licht« at the ZKM in Karlsruhe from 1.7. to 16.7.2011.
Our tape dispenser strip received the FORM award at the fair Tendence 2010.
Our door is mentioned in »Heiter bis Glücklich«, a column of the ZEIT Magazin.
Our botanical lamp is featured at the Italian website style.it
Our new product the minjjoo children’s door is available. It’s a door with an integrated small door for children - to have an own access to the room, to play with and to paint on.
Find further information on www.minjjoo.com
A new name - a new domain - a new Christmas tree exhibition. Our Christmas tree exhibitions changed their name into »Oh Tannenbaum« and found a new digital home at www.ohtannenbaum.org.
The 6th exhibition takes place from 16th to 21st of December 2009. Take part!
Our installation »Ich sehe was was Du nicht siehst« was one of ten works selected for the final round of a competition held by the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) – the German foreign intelligence service. The competition called for installations at their new headquarter building in Berlin, 226 entries were submitted in total.
With Andreas Lorenschat - lorenschat.com
Accompanying our annual Christmas Tree Exhibition at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design this book features some 25 postcards with motives of trees of the last years exhibitions to be taken out as well as four short essays providing some background information on the exhibition.