Werner Aisslinger founded his own studio in 1993. Photo: Sabine Wenzel
Contemporary second home: the Loftcube. © Studio Aisslinger, 2003
The Loftcube convinces with its bright and reserved interior design. © Steffen Jänicke


Happy Birthday, Werner Aisslinger!

Werner Aisslinger turned 40 on November 3, 2004. The Loftcube, a mobile living unit, is among his most recent projects.


Werner Aisslinger, born in 1964, studied design at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin. He later worked as a freelancer, among others for Jasper Morrison and Ron Arad in London. In 1993 he founded the Studio Aisslinger, with a focus on the fields of products and brand architectures as well as creative consulting, research and material and technology oriented projects. Since 1994, Werner Aisslinger has been working as a guest professor at HdK in Berlin and at the Lahti Design Institute in Finland. In addition, he has been a professor of product design at Karlsruhe Hochschule für Gestaltung since 1998. Among his works are chairs for Chappellini and Zanotta, a storage module for magis, a shop concept for adidas and many more. The Loftcube, a mobile living container on legs, which can be used – for example – on flat roofs, combines a space efficient concept with sophisticated design.


Studio Aisslinger Berlin

Werner Aisslinger

Oranienplatz 4

D - 10999 Berlin

T. +49 30 31505 400

F. +49 30 31505 401

E-mail: werner(at)aisslinger.de