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An environment for an administration

The proposal "Color Transition" was designed as a proposal for the artistic decoration of the new administration building of the Canton of Thurgau in Frauenfeld. The proposed images and objects, whose function in the context of the new building is to be understood as atmospheric accents, have been created digitally. This technique gives the images a kind of industrial and therefore objective character and turns them into objects – "objects for intellectual use", as Max Bill once said. The proposal creates a fresh, objective, and sympathetic atmosphere and  helps the orientation and promotes the competence and openness of a contemporary public administration.


Experimental identification

For the city of Nanshan, part of the 20 million metropolis of Shenzhen (China), we worked together with Yixiang Studio to develop a proposal based on the idea of a flexible color and form system. In our opinion, a place standing for innovation and its orientation towards the future should also take non-conventional paths in its identification. Based on this conviction, this concept was developed and submitted as a proposal in a competition. 


Three Swiss designers and artists

Rolf Rappaz, Willi Eidenbenz and Hans Aeschbach are three designers whose biographies have various points of contact and similarities. All three have been successful graphic designers and have been involved with art in different ways. These parallels and the peculiarities of the three personalities were examined in the exhibition curated for the Museum Rappaz in collaboration with Yujin Kim and Armin Vogt. 


Four projects at the new design school in Shenzhen, China

Four different projects for different educational levels were realized for the Shenzhen International School of Design/HIT, which has been in existence since 2022. In one workshop, the concept for a future learning platform for the school was developed and in a second project, "Mapping Global Creative Industry", 18 teams documented current global developments in design and architecture. The other two projects carried out this year both dealt with creative methods that were verified by designing posters or brand projects.


Museum of Fine Arts Houston 24 years later on

24 years ago, we developed and implemented the MFAH design and branding system in collaboration with Vignelli Associates, New York. To this end, we defined corresponding specifications and, above all, instructed the museum's employees in appropriate workshops. Since then, the concept has worked very well, even when we have not actively intervened, and the projects that have been created since then speak for themselves.

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