For visitors, the tours are a great way to gain deeper insights into the keynote theme and the products on display and, of course, to make contact with exhibitors.
Veronika Aumann is a textile designer and words and works on technic and textile interface. In the framework of human/machine/body she creates classic fabric collections and samples for all interior. Her work covers the development of neoanalog materials and active textiles as a tangible interface area between human and computer.
She works and teaches at the section experimental material research at weißensee kunsthochschule berlin.
Veronika Aumann is co-owner of Pattern Studio, a Berlin Design manufactory for unique samples for textile, wallpaper, fashion and interior. She studied at Chelsea College of Art and Design in London and works with the management board of the interdisciplinary collective of the Verein der Gestaltung.
Peter Ippolito co-founded the Ippolito Fleitz Group design studio in 2002. Based in Stuttgart and serving clients worldwide, the firm designs buildings, interiors, landscapes, products and communication strategies. Many of the studio's designs have won prestigious awards, including multiple IF gold, red dot, and ADC awards. In 2015, Ippolito and Fleitz became the first German interior designers to be inducted into Interior Design magazine's prestigious Hall of Fame. In addition to his creative work, Peter Ippolito is in keen demand as a speaker and as a member of competition juries. He is a member of the German Designers Club (Deutscher Designer Club).
J. Mayer H.
Jürgen Mayer H. has taught at Princeton University, University of the Arts Berlin, Harvard University, Kunsthochschule Berlin, the Architectural Association in London, the Columbia University, New York, the University of Toronto, Canada. He is member of the advisory boards at Princeton University Architecture School, The Bauhaus Stiftung Dessau, Flussbad Berlin e.V. and Make Shift Architecture Festival Berlin 2015. Juergen Mayer H. has been invited as a visiting critic at numerous institutions around the world, including Harvard University, Princeton University, Cornell University, University of Michigan, UCLA, UIC, T.U. Berlin, ETH Zurich, Rice University, TU Darmstadt, Delft University, Architectural Association and the Royal Academy in London.
J.MAYER.H was founded in 1996 by Jürgen Mayer H. in Berlin with projects at the intersection of architecture, communication, and new technology. 2014, Andre Santer and Hans Schneider joined as partners.
Hendrik Müller is an architect and the founder of einszu33. Müller and his business partner Georg Thiersch have been co-principals of the firm since 2007. einszu33 is a Munich-based international studio specializing in corporate architecture, brand communication and interior design. It develops distinctive, highly original concepts for interiors and spaces. Its string of award-winning projects includes showrooms, retail stores, exhibition stands, office environments and an array of high-end concepts in the dining and hospitality industry.
The firm's current customers include big-name brands like Aesop, Beko, Gaggenau and Kuka. Hendrik Müller is a member of the Art Directors Club Germany.
Beauty and aesthetics can be found everywhere. Everything is a source of inspiration. However you have to get a sharp eye and a creative spirit to translate inspiration into creations. In the early childhood of Julius Reimann starts a fascination of creativity and he discovered his passion for drawing. He already worked in well-known planning offices during his studies and so he gained practical experiences.
He developed some observation skills and he got always the right feeling for the zeitgeist in architecture. His conclusion was that the well-established rules in architecture need to be rethought.
He promoted innovative constructions from inside to outside. Julius Reimann studied at Designcampus der Hochschule Coburg. Career stages: planning offices in Germany focused on hotel interior, Retail and event location and office.
Susanne Schmidhuber and Professor Klaus Schmidhuber founded Schmidhuber+Partner – now called SCHMIDHUBER – in 1984. The firm has been developing creative brand concepts for over 30 years. Based in Munich, SCHMIDHUBER employs over 70 experts from the fields of architecture, design and communication. Together, they develop uniquely powerful design concepts and engaging, immersive brand stories.
Over the years, the firm has won more than 260 international design prizes and is one of the world's leading specialists in the use of architecture to build brands. Susanne Schmidhuber holds a degree in interior architecture. In addition to her main duties for her firm, she is a regular on the lecture circuit and a valued contributor to many professional and expert juries.
Julia Schneider founded her interior studio “iam interior.architects.munich” in 2014 – her first interior design firm. After studying arts at the LMU (Ludwig Maximilian Universität) in 1996 she studied interior design and graduated at der Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften in Rosenheim in 2001.She was studying and gaining job skills experiences as an assistant at Schmidhuber and Partner in Munich and also as a trainee at 1100 architects in New York City.
Within the period 2001-2004 she worked with Schmidhuber and Partner and within the period 2004-2006 she worked with „O.S.A.“ in Munich. She used these places to find her own style .In 2006 she established together with her former partner her first company „atelier sv“. Since 2014 she runs her own company in Munich.