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// In Germany born and graduated Product Designer in
Integrated Product Design / University of Applied Sciences Coburg

// Experienced in consumer electronics such as HiFi & audio products, headphones and portable smartphone electronics. Running and driving development processes from concept to final result while … Read More
// In Germany born and graduated Product Designer in
Integrated Product Design / University of Applied Sciences Coburg

// Experienced in consumer electronics such as HiFi & audio products, headphones and portable smartphone electronics. Running and driving development processes from concept to final result while working closely with supplier, mechanical engineering and marketeers to enhance maximum brand experience.

// Gained experience in train ex- & interior for mainly Chinese high speed trains and metros. Designing service cars as well as dining interior for long distance trains.

// Furniture design with exhibitions in Milan, Berlin and Frankfurt.

// Experimental and conceptual projects around
new materials and processes. Read Less
  • Industrial Designer
    Royal Philips Electronics — Hong Kong (historical), Hong Kong
  • Freelancer
    Loewe — Kronach, Germany
  • Intern
    Michael Young Ltd — Hong Kong (historical), Hong Kong
  • Intern
    N+P Industrial Design — Munich, Germany
  • Teaching assistance for Integrated Product Design
    University of Applied Sciences Coburg — Coburg, Germany
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We live in a complex and fast moving world.
Technology develops faster than human minds can follow.
The appreciation for the value of work, craftsmanship, know-how and recourses is fading out.
The frontier between digital and physical is continuously blurring.

Design as a filter, language and tool can help to gi… Read More
We live in a complex and fast moving world.
Technology develops faster than human minds can follow.
The appreciation for the value of work, craftsmanship, know-how and recourses is fading out.
The frontier between digital and physical is continuously blurring.

Design as a filter, language and tool can help to give orientation and understanding to this fast development.

Solutions answering users’ needs with objects designed around them.
New technologies and innovations brought into people’s lives by communicating with recognizable archetypal elements to make the unknown understandable and approachable.
Focusing on necessary functions and features to archive them in a high and steadily quality.

Giving a design the needed spark to create a character rather than an anonymous object.
Aiming for the right friction of distinctiveness between the user’s senses and the object.

Design should always push the boundaries of those attributes to create valuable assets.

Because in the end sustainability starts with desirability. Read Less
Tendence/Talents 2011 | Frankfurt am Main

DMY Festival 2011 | Berlin

Designersblock 2011 | Milan
Member Since: Jul 9, 2013