Stockholm-based design brand Hem‘s ambition is to manufacture high-end and unique designs of the highest quality, creating a new generation of furniture, accessories and lighting. For the premium collection, the young design brand is collaborating with the world’s leading designers. For Hem, Brand. Kiosk is responsible for the PR and media relations in the regions DACH and Benelux.
Brand. Kiosk communicates for the contemporary lighting brand VIBIA. Responsible for the PR and media relations in the regions DACH and Benelux, Brand. Kiosk supports the Spanish brand’s presentation at Light+Building 2018 and the launch of four new collections by renowned designers Stefan Diez, Arik Levy, Note Design Studio and Antoni Arola.
The Japanese brand Karimoku New Standard stands for innovative, joyful and functional furniture and objects that suit the ways of urban living in the 21st century. With a deep understanding of carpentry craftsmanship, all Karimoku New Standard products are made of sustainably sourced Japanese hardwoods, to make them lifelong companions. Collaborating with some of the most promising international design talents, Karimoku New Standard constantly expands its exceptional collection of wooden furniture. Brand. Kiosk is responsible for the brand’s media relations.
Brand. Kiosk communicates internationally for the renowned Swiss furniture brand WOGG. With a history of over 30 years and coterie of designers such as Hans Eichenberger, Jörg Boner, Alfredo Häberli, Christophe Marchand and Atelier Oï, the brand’s reduced and enduring furniture collection for public and private use, is characterized by refinement and high-quality Swiss manufacturing.
Authentics stands for high-end and functional everyday objects with formal clarity and expressive colours. Brand. Kiosk is responsible for the media relations of the traditional German brand, which in 2018, presents itself with a new visual appearance, updated colour palette and an extended material range.
Brand. Kiosk communicates for the renowned Danish design-brand Republic of Fritz Hansen. With an intensive press campaign in the DACH-region, Brand. Kiosk supports the launch of the limited 60th anniversary editions of the timeless classics Egg, Swan and Drop, designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958.
For the German furniture design brand, Brand. Kiosk works at the intersection of the company’s product development, graphic design and marketing, implementing international PR campaigns and developing integrated marketing and communications activities. The young brand’s collection features long-lasting products, intelligent contemporary design and high quality craftsmanship.
The Czech manufacturer of premium lighting combines contemporary design, traditional Bohemian craftsmanship and selected materials in its high-quality collections of glass lighting, specified in private and public interiors. Brand. Kiosk is responsible for the strategic marketing, the international media relations as well as the public relations of the brand.
Moving Walls is a provider of mobile, writeable office tools for agile working methods. The high-end products of the Swiss company create flexible spaces that allow for innovative idea finding due to collaborative working methods and a mobile work environment. Designed by Jörg Boner, the versatile products fuel new processes of idea finding and an interactive work atmosphere. Brand. Kiosk is responsible for all media relations activities, the strategic marketing as well as the brand’s communication.
Eva Marguerre and Marcel Besau are the minds behind the young Hamburg-based design office. The studio has specialised on product design, interior design and visual communication, having already made a name for itself with their distinct experimental use of materials and colours. Brand. Kiosk manages the design office’s media relations and communicated their spectacular interior concept for the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg.
With a targeted PR campaign, Brand. Kiosk establishes an international standing for the officially recognised school of Visual Arts. The strategic planning and implementation of the international trade and consumer press campaign are hinged on the Academy’s unmistakable educational programme as well as specific student projects developed in cooperation with a coterie of internationally recognised artists and design.
Jonathan Radetz is a multidisciplinary designer based in Frankfurt. His background as a master carpenter coupled with his degree in product design shines through in his work ranging from furniture design to accessories and fine jewellery. With a fascination for breaking every idea down to its essential elements, he playfully yet methodically works with materials and forms to create distinct furniture, accessories and fine jewellery.
Typologie is a new bi-annual publication that takes designlovers on a journey to the heart of everyday objects. Its goal is to broaden common perceptions of familiar things by encouraging its audience to see them anew – through the eyes of industrialists, designers and end users who are passionate about them. Each issue of Typologie is devoted to one object and will explore its secrets by documenting their manufacture, detailing their history, and highlighting their enduring relevance. The beauty of each typology is celebrated in a series of sixty original prints complemented by archival documents and behind-the-scenes photographs as well as a joint interview and an author text. Typologie is co-published by Collections Typologie and éditions B42 and published in English and French versions. Brand. Kiosk supports Collections Typologie to debut Typologie.