Temporary Exhibition of Selected Products by Founders, Alumni and Students
Furniture, ceramics, luminaires, accessories - the product developments that come out of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam often remain hidden in drawers or behind closed doors. Once you have made it with your ideas, you are far away from the university. The pop-up show in December 2019 presented a wide range of products that have their roots at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.
Pop-up Show – Short Profiles
adomeit and zwoch
Every season offers a great selection of regional vegetables! The seasonal calendar helps you keep track of everything. The calendar is clear, informative and a colourful picture for the kitchen.
Vicky Di Studio
High-quality and sustainable stationery for those special everyday moments that make life beautiful. Vicky Di Studio is inspired by mid-century design and has a heart for simple lines and harmonious colour palettes.
Jana Marlene Lippert
Hand-cast porcelain cups and ripple, a jewellery collection inspired by light reflections. The product designer creates sensual objects that trigger the desire for interaction.
Those who stand in the light see nothing in the darkness.
This photo book is about the things that are hidden in the invisible, shadowy realm of darkness.
Hands on Design Thinking:
There is an innovator slumbering in every human being. With the support of design thinking, everyone can learn to release this innovation potential within themselves.
Less is more and how much less is necessary for a functional benefit? This question is answered by the minimal shelf. Here, the load-bearing function is constructed with a line. The wall serves as an additional support and thus allows the books to stand optimally.
Christian Metzner Brandenburg
The label is characterised by a timeless, clear design whose formal severity is repeatedly broken with relish. Through discreet, imaginative details and an unusual choice of materials for the handmade products, the Brandenburg designer plays with the ambiguity of his concept of home with a wink.
No Hawaii - pilgrimage through Havelland:
According to Susanne Laser, the unspectacular Havelland is the ideal teacher for sharpening one's perception and standing up to the wounds of our time – immoderateness and high speed.
Studio Nils Fischer
The designer Nils Fischer and his team from Studio Nils Fischer are characterised by an extensive and versatile repertoire. This ranges from furniture and utilitarian objects to technical inventions with international patents.
m Design Craft
Maria Radewahn shows how the traditional material felt can be interpreted in a young and new way with her label m Design Handwerk. The designer makes urban bags and modern accessories from 100 % wool felt with a clear, modern signature.
An ancient Siberian craft meets modern design. With great care and attention to detail, we make products from natural birch bark that combine modern design with a time-honoured Siberian craft tradition.
Maike Panz is passionate about working in different areas of product design. This includes interior and exhibition design, as well as material-related, handicraft design - preferably ceramics.
Behind PakiTown is artist and architect Pakertharan Jeyabalan. What he puts on paper are hand-drawn visualisations of current, future and fictional urban views. They are filigree drawings, loving detail and drawn with precise accuracy.
Tabea Vietzke revives the forgotten handicraft of straw kneading. The special charm of this 300-year-old technique lies above all in the iridescence and iridescence of the brightly coloured straws.
Iven Sohmann Copywriter + Designer
Wortschatzkiste – Texthilfe für Gestalter*innen (Vocabulary Box – Text Help for Designers) is a DIN A0 poster that depicts the approaches, models and advice of various text professionals in the form of an oversized clustering.