ACB – Architecture Coffee Break
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 04 IT MET
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 04 IT MET
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 03 2001
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 03 2001
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 02 GRAU
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 02 GRAU
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 01 Studio Gross
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 01 Studio Gross

l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio

Visual identity

ACB – Architectural Coffee Break is a series of monthly online talks and discussion initiated by l’atelier. For each coffee break, l’atelier invites a guest from the architectural field to give a 20-minute informal presentation of a project.

Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner
Second Planet – Jakob Mattner

Galerie Michael Haas

Book design

Jakob Mattner creates works of light. His artistic goal is the transformation of light between darkness and brightness, the Twilight as one of his most important work series is titled. Large-format light installations fall into a new creative phase and cast vibrating, analogue reflections on a projection foil that look like interstellar nebulae or light reflections of water. The catalogue for the exhibition Second Planet at Galerie Michael Haas shows Mattner’s latest work.

l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio
l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio
l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio
l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio
l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio
l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio
l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio
l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio
l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio
l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio
l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio

l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio

Visual identity, web design, coding

The website for l’atelier represents the diversity of an architecture practice through a powerful organizational system. A ‘view-mode’ gives access to the work through strong images and teasing headlines. A ‘list-mode’ offers an overview of technical aspects. Depending on the motivations of the viewer, the navigation facilitates both browsing and targeted inquiries. The landing page features short videos presenting both the diverse projects of the studio as well as a series of reflections by the studio’s architects: the role of public space, the importance of theoretical research and quality in small homes.

www.latelier.work

 

Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance
Statics of Resonance

Kunstraum Kirche/Bistum Fulda
Kerber Verlag

Visual identity, editorial design, signage, art print

On the occasion of the documenta 14, the church of St. Elisabeth invited the German artist Anne Gathmann to realize a site specific installation. The artwork is one large hanging bow, consisting of 4000 aluminum bars. The single bar with its distinctive shape and materiality becomes the key visual for the whole visual identity and is found on all the printed matters.

From Sava to Sava – Sava Sekulić
From Sava to Sava – Sava Sekulić
From Sava to Sava – Sava Sekulić
From Sava to Sava – Sava Sekulić
From Sava to Sava – Sava Sekulić
From Sava to Sava – Sava Sekulić
From Sava to Sava – Sava Sekulić
From Sava to Sava – Sava Sekulić
From Sava to Sava – Sava Sekulić
From Sava to Sava – Sava Sekulić

Galerie Michael Haas

Catalogue design

The exhibition and book are titled after an eponymous cycle of work and emphasizes the artist’s two creative poles, the writer and the painter. Sava Sekulić (1902–1989) created thousands of poems, drawings and plays. He learned to read and write as well as to paint and draw himself. Sekulić emphasized this identity as an autodidact in his signature CCC. In the Cyrillic alphabet, it stands for the first letters of his first and last name as well for ‘samouk’ meaning ‘autodidact.’

Philemic

Philemic

Philemic

Philemic

Philemic

Philemic

Philemic

Philemic

Philemic

Philemic


Philemic

Visual identity, web design, coding

Disco tunes and pillow talk. The Berlin-based boy group Philemic combine tender vocals, cold sequences and hip-shaking basslines to paint a very own, modern interpretation of the 80s dance floor.

www.philemic.com

Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2019
Architecture Talks 2016
Architecture Talks 2016
Architecture Talks 2017
Architecture Talks 2017
Architecture Talks 2017
Architecture Talks 2017
Architecture Talks 2017
Architecture Talks 2017
Architecture Talks 2017
Architecture Talks 2018
Architecture Talks 2018

Bochum University of Applied Science

Visual identity

Architecture Talks present internationally renowned architects’ insights into their practice and research activities. The series focus each year on a specific theme, e.g. ‘Real vs. Digital’ or ‘Think Rural.’ Internationally renowned guests were i.a.: Brandlhuber+ (Berlin), HHF (Basel), Sauerbruch Hutton (Berlin), Sir Thomas Cook / CRAB (London), Herzog & de Meuron (Basel), OMA/AMO (Rotterdam), E2A Zurich, Studio Muoto (Paris).

Coodo
Coodo
Coodo
Coodo
Coodo
Coodo
Coodo
Coodo
Coodo
Coodo

LTG Lofts to Go

Visual identity, strategy, editorial design

Mobile Living: New and flexible housing concepts for city slickers with a need for nature as well as event architecture for trade fairs, festivals, holiday resorts.

Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag
Tausend und ein Tag

Die Andere Bibliothek

Book design, illustration, trade booth

“Tausend und Ein Tag still needs to be discovered. Pure pleasure due to a new deluxe edition.”
(Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung)

Tausend und Ein Tag is a 1100-pages special edition book. Besides the book design and type setting BANK™ designed a 30 meter wide panoramic fold-out illustration made from old Persian, Indian and Arabic arts as well as modern, own elements. The massive, folio sized book weights 9 pounds and is printed with five colors, including two day glow colors. In addition BANK™ designed the trade booth for the Frankfurt Book Fair as well as posters and flyers for the book launch. Featured in, i.a.: F.A.Z., Brigitte, Süddeutsche Zeitung.

No Land Called Home
No Land Called Home
No Land Called Home
No Land Called Home
No Land Called Home
No Land Called Home
No Land Called Home
No Land Called Home
No Land Called Home

Kehrer Publishers, Wolfgang Bellwinkel

Book design

Wolfgang Bellwinkel investigates something that might be described as a state of mind: the longing for otherness, for strangeness, and the restlessness of someone who seeks exceptional experiences, and perhaps knowledge, in far-away climes. The book contains photos from the last 18 years and own short stories, which function as autonomous companions of the photographic material. Private shots are interwoven with documentary images, world events with biographical interludes. The book demonstrates a deep commitment to biographically oriented photography, which its author places in the context of events taking place in a constantly changing, globalized world.

Award: Prädikat Deutscher Fotobuchpreis – Nominated 2014