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Koch's Meerrettich

The motto "back to the roots" is currently conquering the food industry. Ancient root vegetables, which include horseradish, are currently very popular. To revive the brand in shelves, Wolkendieb relaunched the Koch's brand identity and packaging portfolio. The logo was modernised to become bolder and more visible. The new design focuses on depicting the unprocessed natural ingredients and the clean recipes without additives or conservatives. Fresh from the field straight to the consumer: directly, simply and lovingly prepared!

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Scent Traveling Taiwan By Smell is a design that transforms Taiwan's natural, cultural, historical architecture and other characteristics into fragrance products. Using the sense of smell to create an immersive experience, evoke emotional memories, and relive the international tourism scents that are touched by travel. In addition to commemorating the trip, you can also use the scent to introduce Taiwan to others.

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A levitating sphere, a focus capsule, a refuge for the senses. Not just a hanging chair, but a functional design object. A retreat in the middle of an open office. The form was chosen in such a way that the object can integrate well into the most diverse environments. After analysing the basic geometric bodies, the icosahedron was quickly found as one of the five Platonic solids (regular polygons). Hence the name: iko. The iko can be used as a retreat to read, focus on something, make a phone call, work, take a power nap or simply chill.

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Get the hang of it

Where did all the hangers go? They’re never enough and there isn’t one around when you need it! Well, that’s about to change! The “get the hang of it” bag has two no ordinary handles. They are actually two detachable carboard hangers. The user can hang up his newly purchased clothes at once! This bag gives the opportunity to retail stores to “go green” and remain at the forefront of the fashion world. It also urges consumers that concern themselves with the state of the environment, to avoid the use of plastic bags and hangers.

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1,6 S.M. OF LIFE

The main concept was to comment on the fact that our lives are shrinking in order to fit into the confined space of our office. Eventually, I realised that each civilisation may have a very different perception of things depending on its social context. For example, this desk could be used for a siesta or for a few hours of sleep at night on those days when someone struggles to meet deadlines. The project was named after the dimensions of the prototype (2,00 meters long and 0,80 meter wide =1,6 s.m.) and the fact that work keeps taking up more and more space in our life.

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Kjaer Weis

The design of the Kjaer Weis cosmetics line distills the fundamentals of women’s makeup to its three essential areas of application: lips, cheeks and eyes. We designed compacts shaped to mirror the features they will be used to enhance: slim and long for the lips, large and square for the cheeks, small and round for the eyes. Tangibly, the compacts swivel open with an innovative lateral movement, fanning out like the wings of a butterfly. Entirely refillable, these compacts are purposely conserved rather than recycled.

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