«Reuse of places and

buildings in modern society.»


For the concept of my thesis, I looked in many different directions and intensively researched which could offer examples and possibilities. If you make reuse into a topic, it turns out to be very diverse and there are numerous interest-ing stories and aspects to be discovered.

In the first part of the project I developed a photo and video documentary of places and buildings which are already reprogrammed.  Due to the research and documentary observ-ation of the places, in the second part of my project I refer to the current events and to the possibly upcoming reuse of the Tempelhofer Feld in Berlin. As a result, an intervention and an experimental concept in form of a website for the future use of the area arose.


QM Website

Starting with pure data and ending with abstract graphics would show the same content in different ways. It was an experiment to evidence the graphical approach to numbers through graphical forms. Over 140 graphics were designed and joined all together in one book.

Berlin underground history

The Project «Berlin underground history» deals with the history of Berlin´s underground and its construction. It´s a graphical visualisation of information data on its construction between the first built train/ underground railway, until nowadays. The question was: how to visualize this data? The task was to design different information graphics, which illustrate the construction period of all trains and railways.

Experimental logo design for P-City

Visuelle Kontakte

The book «Visuelle Kontakte» is a cooperative project with Jin Xingzheng.


Released in China 2011

Treppenhaus catalogue

Photo project about staircases in old buildings around east Berlin.



E-Learning Interface

E-Learning Project «Visual perception»


Design and development for an E-Learning Interface for IPad. The project deals with the topic of visual perception in both form and content. With the aim of helping users in their understanding of visual perception, the interface focuses on the seven laws of perception. The interface is also designed upon an grid to create the idea of an kaleidoscope.