Support – Design Museum

For the Designers in Residence 2017 exhibition at Design Museum London, we have designed a series of coordinated elements that reflect on the yearly theme Support. The catalogue displays a custom made headline font. In the exhibition space, those items that function as holders and hangers are ‘highlighted’ in green. In the catalogue, the same role is played by the green thread used for binding and revealed in the spine of the booklet. The photo shoots have been staged in different locations, each one relevant to the single designer’s project.

In collaboration with Axel Feldmann at objectif.co.uk

Photography: Lewis Ronald

London Works

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Website design for London Works: a series of workshops and a competition for architecture students organised by Mark Lemanski in collaboration with the University of East London, focused on the transformation of an industrial estate in London into residential use.

www.londonworks2017.info

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Tehran – Life Within Walls

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For Tehran – Life within Walls, we have designed a hard cover book cut on 3 edges. The content was designed as a classic academic essay with contemporary Photographic and Appendix sections. While the cover paper texture resamples a wall surface, overall, the design aims to enhance the feelings of freedom and constriction within a mental and physical space.

In collaboration with authors Hamed Khosravi and Amir Djalali.
Published by Hatje Cantz.

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Villa Romana Premiati 2016

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For Villa Romana catalogue 2016 we designed a paperback volume made of four sections, one for each of the resident artists: Jonas Weichsel, Nico Joana Weber, Flaka Haliti and Stefan Vogel. The production of the book is the result of a long dialogue with the four artists. The final result is a unique product showcasing a series of paper stocks and different half-covers which underline the different identities of the artists and their work.

Edited by Angelika Stepken
Published by argobooks, Berlin

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USMEP

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New identity and website for USMEP.

The United States / Middle East Project is a no profit organisation for Advancing a dignified Israeli-Palestinian peace, an end to occupation and mutual security for both peoples in Israel and Palestine.
Within this website, we decided to use the images as background, while focusing on high readability for reports and articles.

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Villa Romana Premiati 2015

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Yearly catalogue for the Villa Romana fellows 2015: Judith Raum, Johannes Paul Raether, Alisa Margolis and Anike Joyce Sadiq.

In analogy with the bonds that emerged between the artists during their ten-month stay at Villa Romana, the binding of this publication is temporary. The book can be seen as one catalogue, and the four monographs can be separated and viewed as individual booklets.

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Edited by Angelika Stepken
Published by argobooks, Berlin
In collaboration with Axel Feldmann at objectif.

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