Award 2013

1984 DE
Katharina Schwarze

"Max Trill"


"Max Trill" is a faster transient version of the Ulm stool by Max Bill, because it consists exclusively of Birdseed. So when its standing in the garden, or for that matter in any public space, it will be gradually nibbled away. Rain and other environmental occurrences quicken its dissolution. The aim was to create a primarily functional object, which bit by bit dissolves and thereby divests the user of the classic product cycle of buying and discarding.


Special Award Neue Schule für Fotografie Berlin


Born in Berlin

Diverse internships, AuPair in London

Studied at the Burg Giebichenstein University of Arts Halle, Department of Industrial Design

Erasmus-scholarship at the University of Arts in Gothenburg

Four month long internship at code2design in Stuttgart

Participated in the exhibition Graduate, DMY in Berlin

Participated in the exhibition "addicted to love", Gallery dieschönestadt in Halle

Founded the design studio "StudioMok" alongside Maja Hafner

Sponsored exhibition as a newcomer in the Blickfang in Stuttgart with "StudioMok"

Winners of the "Kultur and Kreativpiloten Deutschland 2013" (Culture and Creative Pilot
Germany 2013) with "StudioMok"