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We traded the old worldly charm of the historic ballroom of Sophienkirche for a fresh office at Hamburger Hof, a courtyard just across the street.
Design and visualisation of the new SieMatic line "Mondial", unveiled during EuroCucina 2022.
Online magazine on Berlin's real estate policy. The first issue is dedicated to the topic of Bodenfonds - what's the deal with the Bodenfonds GmbH founded by the State of Berlin?
Our packaging range for nuton bicycle parts wins Gold in the Transport & Automotive category at the International Visual Identity Awards.
New website for Gnosis, a prediction market platform built as a decentralized application on the Ethereum network.
Less Rain and The New Aero are winners at this year’s Red Dot product design awards, one of the world’s most renowned design competitions.
The New Aero Razor wheel has just been selected a winner at the iF Design Award 2020!
We’ve just launched a new website for Full Node, Berlin’s community and co-working space for blockchain and web 3.0 initiatives.
The New Aero launched a new 22″ wheel for the Model X, available in both Matte Stealth metallic, or Glossy Titanium metallic.
Celebrating our win at the Automotive Brand Contest 2019 with The New Aero in both Corporate Identity and Parts & Accessories, we've put together a brochure with some of our best projects from the wider field of mobility.
Our brand identity for The New Aero has been selected "Winner" at the German Automotive Brand Contest 2019.
The New Aero. Aerodynamic performance wheels for the Tesla model S. Less Rain has been involved in the design process and created the TNA identity and packaging.
We got into craft beer label design by just brewing our own craft beer for a company event in 2016.
Our client Fyta just started their Kickstarter campaign for the Fyta Beam sensor, for which we designed the iOS and Android App.
A wild mix of Tokyo contemporary graphic design, signage systems, advertising and illustration.
This years's interior highlight was visiting the CASICA, a relatively new shop run by architects in Shinkiba.
Here are some weird or just interesting products we found on this year's research trip to Tokyo.
Here is some research from this year's Japan trip featuring a wild mix of traditional and pop Japanese design.