Philipp Hainke is a product designer that combines an artistic background with technical solutions. For him design is the meeting point of social, technical and sustainable questions and by this a key element in our globalized world. As designer, he is involved in a continual process of observation and reflection to generate purposeful objects. He believes that this objects become part of our society and can have the power to effect it back.


Philipp spent his childhood and youth on the countryside in Bavaria after which he traveled Europe and lived on a bio-dynamic farm for a year. He attended an art school for two years, before his design studies. His design education started at the technical University of Applied Since Coburg in south Germany which gave him the basic knowledge of technical mechanics, ergonomic and problem solving from bottom up. Then he moved to Poland to study for one year in the art and design context at the Academy of the Arts Gdansk. From Poland he he moved to Berlin where he graduated in 2018 at the University of the Arts Berlin.
He worked as an intern at the Berlin based design studio gewerk and the Sydney based Studio vert as well as Freelancer for studio aisslinger.
Currently he works on his master thesis where he continues with his research in the field of new sustainable processes and materials at the University of the Arts Berlin.


SaloneSatellite – Salone del Mobile MilanoMilan, ItalyApril 2018
Bundespreises Ecodesign – RundgangBerlinOctober 2017
Designtransfer UdK, Vorspiel TransmedialeBerlinFebruary 2017
Bundespreises Ecodesign – RundgangBerlinOctober 2016
Universität der Künste Berlin RundgangBerlinJuly 2016
Designtransfer UdK, Hacking UtopiaBerlinJuly 2016
DMY Berlin, Cultural CommutersBerlinJune 2016
Universität der Künste Berlin RundgangBerlinJuly 2015
ifac FestivalBurgos, SpainAugust 2014
Lodz Design FestivalLodzOctober 2014
Coburger DesigntageCoburgMay–June 2013
EuromoldDüsseldorfSeptember 2012
Coburger DesigntageCoburgMay–June 2012


Universität der KünsteBerlinMetal Workshop, Tutorship2015–2019
Festival of Art and ConstructionSpainUpcycling WorkshopAugust 2014