bastian goecke product design  Portfolio
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contact:
Bastian Goecke
Schleissheimer Str. 214
80797 München
Germany

fon:
+49(0)89 12013752
+49(0)160 97945771

email:
mail[a]bastiangoecke.de

Date of birth:
25.08.1981 Berlin-Wilmersdorf

studies:
(2006) École National Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris (Ensad)
(2006) Pre-diploma “2work/ Arbeitswelten”
(2003-2011) State University of Art and Design, Karlsruhe - productdesign

status:
sintesi labs design group

internship:
(2002-2003) f/p design, Frankfurt am Main
(2006-2007) elium studio, Paris France

exhibition:
(2009) Lodz Design Festival, Lodz
(2009) kkaarrlls; Salone Internationale de Mobile / Fuorisalone, Milano
(2008) La légèreté au quotidien; Prix Émil Hermès -1ére Édition, Paris
(2008) “On the Spot #2“ ;  Badischer Kunstverein  Karlsruhe
(2007)"sorry" furniture fair imm Cologne
(2006) Biennale St. Etienne 2006, France
(2006) Talents; Tendence Lifestyle, Frankfurt am Main
(2006) “4on10off” ; Luminale Frankfurt am Main
(2006) Menzione speciale - RIMA - Young e Design Competition, Milano
(2005) “Relounge” futurpoint; IMM Cologne
(2005) Designpreis der Commerzbank Köln (exhibition)
(2004) “OfficeWorks” fairlounge; Tendence Lifestyle Frankfurt am Main
(2004) “Quicnic” Dining-Design; Salone Satellite Milano

award:
(2008) Prix Émil Hermès: 3ème Prix ex aequo

scholarship:
(2006) Stipendium der Heinrich-Hertz-Gesellschaft
(2004) AV-Studio Heine Stipendium

language:
german, french, english




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photo: Philippe Lacombe

HANDBAG support is a small and handy carrier for handbags or briefcases. the handle can easily be pushed down,
to lift load and support together. the bent-wire trolley does without a transport volume of its own.
handbags, briefcases and paperbags hanging on top of each other are exposed like a shopping day’s prey.

titel: HANDBAG support
date: 16-Sep-2008
material: inox wire, plastic coating
client:
Prix Émil Hermès



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Like the clash of a sewing-machine and an umbrella on a dissecting table in 1920 on a photography by the artist Man Ray,
Bastian Goecke designed his „Wallscrewhanger“ as a synthesis of a screw and a  clothes hanger with the handling of a
corkscrew: this one-piece hanger made of zinc-plated metal can be manually wall-mounted. What Goecke has established
is not only an item that carries clothing, but also a tool to carry out an attitude.
In the context of „BLESS shop“ #19 in Mexico City – an exhibition-series set off by the design and fashion label BLESS –
Bastian Goecke has developed an object that implies functions for service and representation at the same time. Hereby
„Wallscrewhanger“ illustrates how the presentation of fashion varies between showing art and offering commodities. By
pointing out this ambivalence the polyvalent character of the hanger itself is emphasized. Due to its plain design following
the classical clothes hanger’s form and its self-contained presence on the wall, „Wallscrewhanger“ simultaneously appears
as a sculptural object and a display which elevates clothes out of the ordinary. Between a feasible touch and a mere gaze
„Wallscrewhanger“ subtly declares them a fetish. (Christina Irrgang)

titel: Wallscrewhanger
date: 15-feb-2008
material: metalwire golden galvanized finish/black-oxide finish
client:
BLESS



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photo: Thorsten Hallscheidt

The installation transforms the main room and adjoining cabinets intoan atmospheric body of light which takes up
and dramaturgically enhances the natural situation of the ceiling lights. The stageconsists of individual modules
which resemble exhibition elements morethan a typical stage situation, and which investigate the added value of
the reciprocal transfer of club and museum space. Musicians and performers are placed on a veritable pedestal,
and the relationship between performers and viewers is deliberately intensified. Luminous body and
stage module shape and influence the various interactions in bar, lounge and stage space.

titel: POP Invasion
date: 15-feb-2008
material: Space/Stagedesign
team:
Julia Brandes, Bastian Goecke
client: Baadischer Kunstverein



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mobile exhibition-furniture for kids.
titel: ArtTransporter
date: 15-Jul-2008
material: plywood, aluminum, PE foam
client:
Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden
team: Julia Brandes, Bastian Goecke



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Perim is a tabletop desk lamp that literally takes reduction to the edge: made from only a single piece of bent sheet metal,
it nevertheless offers all the basic functionality of a reading or work lamp. It is automatically stabilized when attached to
the tabletop by way of a mere slot on the edge of the table. As the designer points out, discarded literature might find a
second use here, in adjusting the inclination (and thus the height) of the lamp. (V. Albus)

titel: Perim.2072
date: 21-April-2006
material: sheet plate aluminium
Edition: kkaarrlls


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the glass module is socket and shade in one part. Refering to the idea of a semi-manufactured part the lampshade
can be used as floor,- ceiling- or wall-mounted light fixture.

titel: Halbrund
date: 01-Feb-2006
material: glas



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The construction of this lightweight bed frame is based on slats and staples. the design is assembled and handled easily.
the hardness of the grid can be adjusted by shifting the staples.

titel: BETT-A
date: 25-Aug-2006
material: PP, beech



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photo: Benedikt Achatz

2work is a desk that can, by way of two swift moves, be put on «standby» so as to serve any other central or secondary activity.
Its functionality is intuitive: made of 2 precisely crafted parts — a four-legged structure holding a wide tray and another
two-legged one providing the pull-out tabletop — its configuration is emblematic of a constant need for changeability: not only in
a table as central furnishing, but also in our living conditions. (V. Albus)

titel: 2Work
date: 15-Feb-2006
material: Aluminium, oak, fibre glass
supervision: Prof. Hansjerg Maier-Aichen, Prof. Volker Albus
Edition: kkaarrlls


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the clothing inspired stool, combines tailor-made textile parts with furniture elements. the stool can
be turned inside out.

titel: ZIP
date: 09-mai-2006
material: Textile, paperboard, Zipper



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photo: Christian Buseck

The project OfficeWorks shows the lounge qualities of an office landscape. The coffee break becomes an event of the fair.
The visitor is invited not to work in this alleged working environment but to relax. Technical the lounge elements are geared
to classical office furniture and they ensure a high recognition. However, the function of the chairs, tables, and cabinets
results from their lounge character. The very striking reversal of the office function excludes any kind of work and creates
a pure relaxing atmosphere.

titel: OfficeWorks
date: 15-Jan-2005
material: coated steel, chipboard, foam, textile, Plexiglas
supervision: Prof. Hansjerg Maier-Aichen



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Kran combines water tap and carafe in one product. While using it as a foucet the armatour refills itself.
But taken from its fixture to the dining table, Kran gets a carafe that still reminds of the water tap.

titel: Kitchen Take-Away
date: 29-Sep-2005
material: silicone, glas, PA



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the concept of the ixBox is based on the idea of a drawer without a pull-out. the drawer is designed
to do without a framework. the boxes appear to hover. the netbox invites to a more imaginative way
of using the office container. the content is literally turned inside out. The classical storage boxes are
held by a foam-made net which features the possibility to fix the tools and implements on the
outside of the container.

titel: IxBox/ NetBox
date: 12-Feb-2005
material: PP, aluminium, vulcanised rubber
supervision: Prof. Hansjerg Maier-Aichen
team: bastian goecke, martin sprekelsen



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Quicnic is a futuristic and syntheticized reinterpretation of fast food based on the idea of picnics in nature.
wide, open spaces within the city, artificial idylls of recreation, implemented into the hectic surroundings
of urban activity.
titel: Quicnic
date: 15-April-2005
material: fair-stand
supervision: Prof. Werner Aisslinger
team: laura bernhardt, benedikt achatz, tom förderer, bastian goecke, johannes marmon, johannes müller, kilian schindler, moritz willborn, martin sprekelsen

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