I have been designing for national and international organisations, institutions and companies
within the disciplines of culture, economics and science for over twelve years.
My approach to my work is defined by progressive discussions with clients,
in order to create a conceptual basis and jointly develop specific values together.

This results in vibrant concepts that lean on the classic modern,
that I interpret anew with a view to the questions of our time.
My focus lies in the longevity of the projects
which take up a position in the mainstream and
create accents that initiate processes in the observer.

I translate the visual language into any media from the disciplines of
branding & identity, project and exhibition design, print and web design.

Through my many years of experience,
I work on an interdisciplinary basis with project partners
from the disciplines of text, web development, photography and architecture.

I have studied in London and in Schwäbisch Gmünd. Back in Berlin,
I worked for various agencies such as Plex and Publicis,
and quickly specialised in corporate design and typography.
I place significant value on the variety of my tasks and clients,
as my work lives and thrives on constantly having to work with the most varied of contents.

My location is Berlin, but the rest of the world is quite close.
For that reason, a significant proportion of my clients are international.

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Das SchoenewerkArtefactsAlexander von ReiswitzMarc Meyerbroeker