Projects

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Insta Light remote control
The aim in developing the product was to simplify the control of lighting, blinds, and light scenes even in low ambient light.
To this end, the keys were arranged in groups depending on their function, for example, cylindrical rockers for dimming individual luminaires and round keys for the light scenes.
As companies, Gira, Berker and Jung strengthened their market position with the product by setting a common standard for remote controls for lights.
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3M / Liesegang Video projector
The aim behind the development was to create a unique design that makes the technology in the digital light processing (DLP) unit visible on the outside, which is located on the side next to the projection axis.
To achieve this, the main body was arranged transverse to the direction of projection. The increased distance between the stereo speakers results in improved sound.
The iconic design strengthened the product’s recognition level and positioning in the market.
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Berker Light switches
Berker’s aim was to realize a system of light switches for various market segments.
Based on identical centerpieces such as rocker switches and socket inserts the requisite differentiation could be achieved through different frame shapes.
Brought to market at the same time as the brand relaunch, the series created a uniform product identity in an environment defined by architecture and interior design.

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Jung Home manager
The aim was to develop a device that simplifies control of the room parameters climate, lighting, and blinds and blends in easily with different living environments.
The simple, slightly curved shape expresses the feeling of comfort that goes with perfect settings for parameters for living environments.
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Gira Rail-mounted device
The objective was to design a switch element for electrical sub-distribution which, despite the strict guidelines on geometry that are to a large extent standardized and the connecting dimensions, was nonetheless as unique as possible.
By means of tiering the front and structuring the sides in the shape of arcs to visualize “voltage,” the product was given a designed, unmistakable look from all sides.

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Balzano Espresso maker
The aim behind the product development was to produce a low-cost item made of pressed stainless steel sheet that was already coated in color.
The fact that the corpuses are joined with the lid-handle hinge solution by means of a single-screw involving two injection-molded plastic parts meant production costs could be kept low.
The shape of the handle is a semantic reference to the espresso’s crema and gives the product a character all of its own.
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Otto Waste bin
The objective was a product that blends in well with modern urban furniture and helps increase the acceptance of waste disposal and separation in the public domain.
Featuring basic cylindrical shapes, the product is clearly structured in the way the different heights at which the individual waste bins are positioned, and their different sizes, visualize what they are used for: separation into recyclable material and waste for disposal in the large containers, and as an ashtray in the small container in the middle.

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PetroChina Kunlun Engine oil bottles
The aim behind the project was to tap international markets with this product line through its target-group-oriented appeal to drivers of different types of vehicles such as cars, trucks, busses, and motorcycles.
The engine oil bottles’ appearance is in keeping with the design of the different types of vehicle and makes use of specific basic shapes, design elements and details of the relevant categories.

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Mabeg Leitsysteme Orientation system: Twin Glass
The aim was to develop a signage and guidance system for both indoor and outdoor use that blends in well with contemporary glass and steel architecture.
The result is a design of a translucent glass support system that can be fitted with LCD displays and whose base is immersed in a raised floor.
Mabeg as a company strengthened its market position in the demanding architecture segment, while those buildings in which it was fitted were enhanced by the high-grade display of information and guidance.
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Zimmermann Bicycle shelter: Tetra
The aim was to develop a piece of urban furniture that stands out, is easily recognizable and blends in well in modern cityscapes and, being made of steel and glass with simple profiles, is easy to produce. Through the characteristic design with the angled supports and the use of simple basic shapes, the product takes on a symbolic, memorable look. It can be erected on its own, in pairs, or in larger groups.
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Zimmermann Bicycle shelter: Ypsilon
The aim was to develop a piece of urban furniture that stands out, is easily recognizable, blends in well in modern cityscapes and can be made of welded steel with a glass roof.
The memorable design of the product adopts elements of traditional cast-iron waiting rooms and shelters, reinterpreting them in a seemingly lightweight look.

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Deutsche Post DHL / Postbank Yellow portal
The objective of the development was to give the entrances of the branches a unique appearance that is easily noticed and recognized.
The symbolic design of the gateway guarantees this. The modular system comprises identical columns, which, combined with a cross beam, mean it can be adapted to almost any entrance.
The yellow portal strengthened the brand identity of Deutsche Post DHL and Postbank Centers through increased presence in streetscapes.
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Deutsche Post DHL / Postbank Yellow portal
The modular system comprises a single acrylic system profile that joins a 45° arc with a wall connection at a right angle, the columns form a level or right-angled connection to the geometry of the entrance. Putting several column profiles together produces a gradation in the circumference of the columns depending on the level of visibility required and the size of the building. Depending on the constellation of the columns, the cross beam adjoins the level surfaces of the columns with end sections at 45° or 90°.
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Deutsche Post DHL Headquarters, Signage: 3D Logo

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