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Leinemann Foundation Design Support

The »HFBK-Designpreis der Leinemann-Stiftung für Bildung und Kunst«, which is worth 4,000 euros, was first awarded in 2010. It is a mark of recognition for Hamburg’s young designers, and is intended to bring wider attention to the pioneering design ideas developed in this Hanseatic city.

Awardees

2014

Charlotte Dieckmann, Daniel Pietschmann, »Gartenhaus am Holstenkamp«
Magnus Gburek, »Strategische Esoterik«
Special Mention: Miryam Pippich und Kathrin Zelger, »LO Wasserschmuck«
Special Mention: Frieder Bohaumilitzky, »Stube Zwanzig-Sechzehn«

Jury

  • Dennis Conrad, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg
  • Dr. Eva‐Dorothee Leinemann, Leinemann‐Stiftung für Bildung und Kunst
  • Thomas Edelmann, freier Journalist und Designkritiker
  • Roland Nachtigäller, Künstlerischer Direktor Marta Herford
  • Heike Mutter, Professorin für Grafik/Typografie/Fotografie an der HFBK Hamburg

2013

1. Enzo Mittelberger, Mülltonnensitzmöbel
2. Studio Experimentelles Design, »Public Design Support«
2. Magnus Gburek, »Nyx«

Jury

  • Dr. Claudia Banz, Leiterin der Sammlung Kunst und Design, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe
  • Dr. Eva-Dorothee Leinemann, Leinemann-Stiftung für Bildung und Kunst
  • Prof. Jesko Fezer, Professor für Experimentelles Design an der HFBK Hamburg
  • Dr. Hanno Rauterberg, Feuilleton-Redakteur Die Zeit

2012

1. Mario Pitsch, »Die Dreistigkeit des Objekts 1«
2. Michael Bernhard, Alexander Joly, Oliver Schau, »Niebuhr-Hochhaus-Gemeinschaft«
2. Ruben Faber, Aluminiumschaumleuchte

Jury

  • Dr. Claudia Banz, Leiterin der Sammlung Kunst und Design, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe
  • Dr. Eva-Dorothee Leinemann, Leinemann-Stiftung für Bildung und Kunst
  • Roland Nachtigäller, Künstlerischer Direktor, Marta Herford
  • Ingeborg Wiensowski, Journalistin u.a. für KulturSpiegel und Spiegel Online
  • Glen Oliver Löw, Professor für Produktentwicklung, Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg

2011

1. Samuel Burkhardt, Sportfahrzeug »EXE«
1. Oliver Schau, Sitzmöbel »DN_100«
2. Daniel Kern, flexibler Holzstuhl

Jury

  • Dr. Claudia Banz, Leiterin der Sammlung Kunst und Design, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe
  • Dr. Eva-Dorothee Leinemann, Leinemann-Stiftung für Bildung und Kunst
  • Julia Lohmann, Professorin für Design, HFBK Hamburg
  • Roland Nachtigäller, Künstlerischer Direktor Marta Herford
  • Dorothea Sundergeld, Freie Journalistin mit Design-Fokus für Art, Architektur & Wohnen, Form u.a.

2010

Christian Dobbert, Ines Göbel, Robert Korn, »Zelt«
Martin Malich, »Pluralektor«

Jury

  • Ingo Offermanns, Professor für Grafik, HFBK Hamburg
  • Pia Stadtbäumer, Professorin für Bildhauerei, HFBK Hamburg
  • Dr. Chup Friemert, Professor für Designgeschichte/-theorie, HFBK Hamburg
  • Christian Schüten, BFGF Design Studios Hamburg

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