Wilm Fuchs, Heidelberg 1972, and Kai Funke, Hannover 1970,
graduated at the Institute for Product and Process Design,
University of the Arts Berlin, in 2001. Subsequently they
started their own office focussing on product-, interior-
and exhibition design. In addition to working for clients
as Habitat, Bauhaus-Archiv, ZDF or Charité Berlin they
continuously generate self-commissioned pieces.
Special Mention, design report award Milan 2002
Bronze Leaf, IFDA Asahikawa 2002
Outdoor Award, Design for Europe Kortrijk 2002
Selection 100%folding chairs, designboom 2003
Materialica Design Award, organized by iF 2004
Die Wiege des Designs
monopol 5/2005
S.104-107
Designmai #2
Art Berlin Verlag 2005
S.165
International Design Yearbook 2004
Laurence King Publishers 2004
S.50/74
Magic of Chairs
DesigN 02/2004
S.22-25
Walker in issentials 04
Rat für Formgebung 2004
S.56
Berliner Style
Booth-Clibborn Editions 2003
S.202-203
Eine Neue Deutsche Welle
einzigart - Plattform für Design 2003
S.39
Rawhide! in Milaan Sellectie
ELLE Wonen Nr.83 September 2003
S.35
Home Acrobats
interior digest September 2003
S.12+13
Designmai #1
Art Berlin Verlag 2003
#88
The Official Point Of View
Enorme Film Arts Snc 2003
S.188
Design a Berlino
MODO May-June 2003
S.74
Design Berlin - new projects for a changing city
Vitra Design Museum 2003
S.20-23
Mod rockers
Azure Mar/Apr 2003
S.45
20 progetti in cerca di azienda
ddn N°98
S.176
Raffinesse mit Gebrauchswert
design report 7+8/2002
S.26
Award-winning entries of the IFDA
IFDA Organizing Committee 2002
S.30/31
Sitzen und Liegen
md 1/2002
S.56/57
Attitudes atypiques
Intramuros 10+11/2001
S.44 ff
Fuchs + Funke Industrial Design
Schwedter Str. 36a  D-10435 Berlin
info(AT)fuchs-funke.de
Our core interest belongs to the world of objects. Things to
touch, that we are surrounded with and which we meet every
day. Inspired by our environment we develop ideas, that deal
with familiar images in search of gaps, leaps and missing
links. Apparently fixed structures are dissected, put upside
down, reshaped and assembled differently. This analytical
process repeats itself until the different factors form a
critical mass and a defined composition takes shape. Aiming
at the development of simple and dynamic products. Products
that can be naturally integrated in their environment and
that take into consideration a restricted economic and
spatial context.