trinckle Formnext

trinckle Formnext

Design concept and art direction for trinckle’s 2019 Formnext exhibition booth:
Showcasing paramate – a software for design automation and product configuration.

As the leading industry platform for additive manufacturing and industrial 3D printing, Formnext is the international meeting point for the next generation of intelligent industrial production.

Project team
Steve Bergmann

IAM Hub CD light

IAM Hub Corporate Design (light)

+ logo versions
+ typography
+ colors

The IAM Hub in Berlin, the capital of AM, aims to be the home of all 3D printing activities and to help bring the technology into industrial serial production. Supported by Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie.

Project team
Steve Bergmann

In collaboration w/ trinckle

sonnen set

Set design

Clean and affordable energy for everyone is the biggest challenge of our time. sonnens vision aims to take the energy future into your own hands and reduce the energy costs to a minimum with high-tech storage products.

CARCASSE designed the set for the product launch in ewerk Berlin.

Project team
Alexej Alschiz

designtransfer book

designtransfer Rückblick 2008–2012
Concept, graphic design

Founded as the first German transfer point in the field of design by Prof. Werner Linder, designtransfer has provided a stage, gallery and communication platform for the College of Architecture, Media and Design at Berlin University of the Arts (UdK Berlin) for more than 25 years.

Project team
Steve Bergmann

In collaboration w/ Clemens Jahn

Urbane Codes book

Urbane Codes — Urbane Interventionen, Marzahner Promenade
Book publication
Concept, graphic design

Berlin University of the Arts
College of Architecture, Media and Design
Visual Communication /
Institute of Transmedia Design
Spatial Design and Exhibition Design
Prof. Gerhard Diel, Gabi Schillig

Project team
Steve Bergmann

In collaboration w/ Clemens Jahn and Thomas Zimmermann

taste&melt shop

taste&melt — frozen yogurt shop
Concept, interior design, visual communication, production

Most frozen yogurt shops stick to white as the main theme, but add some colored accents to avoid a sterile look. We decided to go with two extremes making the shop completely white from the outside and then surprise the costumer with an explosion of colors from the inside.

Project team
Alexej Alschiz, Steve Bergmann

Linienwerk installation

Linienwerk — an abstract framework referring to ­fictional structures
Site-specific installation, commissioned by Phoenix Contact

Linienwerk invites you to stop for a moment and follow the strings with your eyes. Going from one mirror to the next you will see connections from the foyer, to the garden, to the sky, to the staircase, to the coworker you like, and finally to yourself. The perspective changes with every step you make, positioning yourself on a new journey, strolling from each individual link to the next, neglecting the complexity of the whole structure bit by bit.

Made from polished aluminum and stainless spring steel.

Project team
Alexej Alschiz, Steve Bergmann