Henning Bock

The photographer was born in Hattingen, Germany, in 1965, and currently lives in Berlin. His works appear in publications such as Monocle, Wallpaper and New York Times. As an advertising photographer he works, amongst others, for Audi, SAP and Adidas. He is also represented by the gallery Lumas.

Bild/Picture Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur

Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur

The Royal Porcelain Manufactory where great German artists and architects designed porcelain is a national treasure that still exists thanks to Jörg Woltmann – and his gut feeling. Continue »

Bild/Picture Leica – The Most Magnificent Shooting Equipment in the World

Leica – The Most Magnificent Shooting Equipment in the World

Once a revolutionary and a Waldorf school teacher, now an entrepreneur and a cowboy: Andreas Kaufmann saved iconic photography brand Leica from going under. Continue »

Bild/Picture Classicon: A Podium for Design Objects

Classicon: A Podium for Design Objects

Ten years ago, Oliver Holy started managing the brand that has come to stand for exclusive furniture design worldwide. Continue »

Bild/Picture Design Hotels – Connecting the Dots

Design Hotels – Connecting the Dots

Claus Sendlinger has been marketing innovative and customized hospitality since 1993 Continue »

Bild/Picture Mykita – When the Crew

Mykita – When the Crew's Happy, the Ship Stays on Course

Founded ten years ago by the four friends Philipp and Daniel Haffman, Moritz Krueger and Harald Gottschling, the Berlin eyewear manufacturer Mykita has been on the road to success from day one. Continue »

Bild/Picture Mongrels in Common – Uniting the Disparate

Mongrels in Common – Uniting the Disparate

Livia Ximénez Carillo and Christine Pluess Continue »

Bild/Picture Schmidttakahashi – Stories Woven by Time

Schmidttakahashi – Stories Woven by Time

Making fresh use of old clothes, two Berlin designers create new fashion. Continue »


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