ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 01 Studio Gross
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 01 Studio Gross
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 02 GRAU
ACB – Architecture Coffee Break – Episode 02 GRAU

l’atelier – Nomadic Architecture Studio

Visual identity

ACB – Architectural Coffee Break  is  a series of monthly online talks initiated by l’atelier. The invited speakers of the first season are: Studio Gross, Grau, 2001, It Met Studio and Plan commun.

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.

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

St. Elisabeth, 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.

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).

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

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.

The Journey of Transformational Change, St. Moritz 2020
The Journey of Transformational Change, St. Moritz 2020
The Journey of Transformational Change, St. Moritz 2020
The Journey of Transformational Change, St. Moritz 2020
The Journey of Transformational Change, St. Moritz 2020
The Journey of Transformational Change, St. Moritz 2020
The Journey of Transformational Change, St. Moritz 2020

As Far As

Visual identity, web design, coding

As Far As is a Swiss-German business club for investing entrepreneurs – the common brainchild of Rolf Sachs, Dario Sutor and Lenard F. Krawinkel. The club invites each year a leading thinker to guide a selected group of entrepreneurial individuals through a weekend in St. Moritz, Switzerland. For the annual event, BANK™ develops each year a strictly limited and signed art edition as the invitation. This time in a maxi format of 95 x 130 cm, printed with four pantone spot colors. This year illustrated by Jinhwa Jang.

www.asfaras.com

Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters
Collectors and Hunters

ZAK Center for Contemporary Art

Visual identity, signage

The exhibition Collectors and Hunters – Wunderkammer Zitadelle is an experiment. The sculptor Olaf Bastigkeit is invited to dive into the archives, collections, and storage rooms of ZAK Centre for Contemporary Art for making his very own personal selection. The interest of the artist goes beyond the typical highlights of the museum’s collection and focusses on criteria of shape, color and contextual meaning. The presentation follows the idea of a cabinet of curiosities – objects presented in a specific setting, a real maze, arranged from valuable historic furniture as well as left-overs from past exhibitions and never before exhibited curiosities, wrapped in hundreds of meters of sheer fabric. This builds the frame for the exhibited objects and the works from other artist colleagues, invited by Olaf Bastigkeit: Mariechen Danz, Moritz Frei, Jay Gard, Hannah Hallermann, Christian Henkel, Marian Luft, Yvonne Roeb.

Kinjai Contemporary Bangkok
Kinjai Contemporary Bangkok
Kinjai Contemporary Bangkok
Kinjai Contemporary Bangkok
Kinjai Contemporary Bangkok
Kinjai Contemporary Bangkok

Kinjai Contemporary Bangkok (Thailand)

Poster series

BANK™ participated in the exhibition Bangkok Through Posters, November 2019, and contributed a poster series on the theme: Keywords 2019.