• 15.3.2024 – 13.10.2024
    new project , exhibition

    "Water Pressure - Designing for the future" an exhibition of the MK&G Hamburg and Jane Withers Studio – looks at the water crisis from a global perspective. We were commissioned to come up with an installation celebrating water. The result "vital rain" is part of the exhibition and will stay permanently in the museums yard.
    more soon

    MKG Hamburg - Water Pressure

  • april 2024
    new project

    For the glassware company Lobmeyr we designed "ident" - drinking set No.287

    Identical shape, identical height - five individual glasses.
    The series was unveilded during Milan Design Week.


  • april 2024 - ongoing
    factory tour

    We designed the factory tour for Laufen in Gmunden with a lot of details and small installations to guide and inform local and international guests.

    Laufen Gmunden

  • 5.4.2024 - 14.7.2024

    "inWastement" glass series is on show at the Klimabiennale in Vienna at the "design with a purpose" exhibition.

    Klimabiennale Wien

  • 15.9.2023 - 21.7.2024

    HEIMATEN. An exhibition and survey and an attempt to break with conventional takes on Heimat. the exhibition was shown at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MK&G) in 2022. Our specially commissioned piece 'riparian cloud' is now also on show in Molfsee.

    Freilichtmuseum Molfsee

  • 01.06.2024 - 30.03.2025
    exhibition, adapted project

    A utopian insect swarm based on our 'curiosity cloud' developed with 13 children from Dresden swirls during the Kinderbiennale in the Japanische Palais. The participatory process resulted in 24 fantastic, colourful insects.

    Children's Biennale "Planet Utopia"

  • 30.05 2024 - 13.10.2024
    new project , exhibition

    All in! Re-Designing Democracy - Every aspect of democracy has been designed, therefore it can be designed differently. A new "Themis" claims in the exhibition for rights for Nature.


  • 10.05. 2024 - 23.06.2024

    20th anniversary international exhibition and series of events. Our glass project "access" is part of the exhibition.

    design without borders


artistic insights into the values of Wüstenrot Group - IT

  • year 2022

  • category staging & spatial Installations

  • commissioned by

    Wüstenrot Group – IT

The installation, valuescope, utilizes the human thirst for discovery to playfully communicate the main values of the Wüstenrot Group-IT. By looking through the hanging circular disks, viewers can spot and enjoy various animated scenes and stories on the seven, seemingly white appearing screens.

The values of the Wüstenrot Group-IT serve as the backbone of the company. They collectively form the unique DNA and act as the engine that holds the company together, ensuring consistent quality. Each of the seven screens of valuescope represents a company value, such as enthusiasm, transparency, and trust, depicted in a characteristic colour and represented by collage-like worlds. The components result from illustrated associations, characters, symbols and icons. These individual screens or values are interconnected through pipes, tubes, and cables, forming a cohesive organism or a well-functioning machine. Every component is crucial, and everything is interconnected. These connecting elements are always visible. Throughout the process, the corresponding animations interact with these physical objects, bridging the analogue and digital worlds.





The individual screens/values are connected by pipes, tubes and cables.

the screens appear to be blank, only by looking through the hanging disks, the colourful animations are revealed

detail of a view through one bubble

a coherent organism, a kind of machine is created.

detail of a view through one bubble

ants marching through the machine

  • team

    Katharina Mischer, Thomas Traxler, Florian Semlitsch, Sophia Stoewer, Christoph Heidebrecht

  • commissioned by

    Wüstenrot Group-IT

  • graphics

  • material

    LED screens, acrylic glass, polarization foil, printed and laser cut acrylic

  • dimensions

    3,5 x 2,5 m

concept sketch