My students showed results of our workshops with Eleanor-Jayne Browne and the exhibition in a small Taipei City café attracted a good amount of design professionals… I hope the students enjoyed the workshop and the little show as much as I did!
Pretty sweet… not even three weeks into my job at Asus, and I am attending the award ceremony for the Taiwan Good Design Award.
After a little over one and a half crazy busy years, around a dozen projects, after learning about culture, life and work in Taiwan, and most importantly after making some very good friends, it is time for me to move on to a new professional challenge.
I will stay close by and hope to still see all of you every once in a while, and I am saying goodbye with some good, home-cooked German food… Mahlzeit!
GE/Fitch has moved into our new office in Neihu, Taipei City. Even though some of the furniture is not yet unpacked, I think the space is pretty awesome and I feel a little bit like working in a space ship…
The Taiwan “Design” magazine has published an article around the 2001 Braun Prize.
After about two years at Barski Design in Frankfurt, I decided to leave the studio, my home country and the European continent.
I have accepted a position with the design firm GE/Fitch in Taipei, Taiwan and have not only to adjust to a new work environment, but also to a culture and language that is entirely foreign to me… this is going to be fun… or really scary… or maybe a bit of both.