takamiya, a japanese company specializes in temporary lightweight safe structure and structural installation, launched a new brand with overhauled corporate identity to further strengthen and expand its business engagement.
"people at the center of robotics and artificial intelligence in medical technology". what role does design play in this context? "most people associate design with aesthetics. but that is only one aspect of our work", this is how moritz segers and andreas ringelhan greeted the guests to their mcbw workshop.
Lubrina 2, developed by morita, a japanese medical technology manufacturer, offers automated cleaning and lubrication for a range of dental handpieces through optimized maintenance workflow.
from devotion to detail up to the breathtaking perfection of japanese craftsmanship and design, three exhibition catatologs, with contributions from f/p design, tell these storys.
“people at the center of robotics and ai in medical technology” is the topic of a workshop, being organized by f/p design during this years munich creative business week (mcbw). registrations are now possible.
functional flexibility characterizes the new office architecture system created by f/p design. all basic products of this range allow quick and easy adaptation to a variety of different working situations. the unique system is presented on this year’s orgatec in cologne.
f/p design has been awarded a good design award “best 100” for their work of the design of spaceline ex for morita, the japanese medical technology manufacturer.
f/p design was awarded a good design award for their work of “professional ladder range” for hasegawa kogyo co., ltd.
im wettbewerb um die neugestaltung von mobilitätspunkten in leinfelden-echterdingen erzielt f/p design den ersten preis.
munich, march 23rd, 2018 – for the third time, f/p design has been awarded an iF gold award for their work for the japanese medical technology manufacturer morita. this year, the dental workstation spaceline ex received the prestigious award in the discipline “product design”.