Prof. Gerrit Babtist
Design and Management

Prof. Martin Kuban
Material and Environment

Prof. Andreas Mühlenberend
Industrial Design

Prof. Wolfgang Sattler
Interaction Design

Bauhaus Universität Weimar

With faculties and areas of study such as Architecture and Urbanism, Civil Engineering, Art and Design and Media, the Bauhaus Universität Weimar has a distinctive identity. Today the University offers an extensive spectrum of instruction with about 40 courses of study, including fine art, design, visual communication, media design, media studies, computer scinence and media, architecture, civil engineering, materials science, processing technology, environment and management. The term »Bauhaus« stands for an eagerness to experiment, openness, creativity and internationality.

The Faculty of Art and Design at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar represents the Art Academy of Thuringia. Its responsibilities and tasks as an art college significantly influence the profile of the faculty, which is firmly manifested in the structure of the Weimar Model: connecting project work, the principal form of instruction, with well-equipped workshops and collaboration with other disciplines. This overlap of praxis and theory plays a particularly significant role in Weimar.

GDG Submissions
More about the submitted projects on the Graduates Plattform

Julian Breitschmid
Alexander Jürs
Felix Sittner
Aleksandr Aleev
Jonas Geyer
Franca Bloch
Maren Klamser
Milena Huber
Antonia Ney
Hannes Hüttner & Rodrigo Alonso Pereyra

Constanze Stuve
Arian Bronner
Lara Weller
Clara Ellguth
Ye Lim Kim
Alissa Arends
Paula Mühlena
Florian Henschel
Aleksandr Aleev
Justus Hilfenhaus
Elias Fahle
Adah Griessbach
Anna Luise Pfau
Luca Ganzert
Philipp Enzmann

Luzie Deubel
Theresa Voigt
Leoni Fischer
Max Ruder
Maiella Di Donato
Joshua Seckerdieck
Eileen Krüger
Maximilian Schatz
Julian Breitschmid

Product Design at Bauhaus Universität Weimar

The areas of Product Design are as diverse as the world of objects around us. Products can be created by hand or manufactured industrially in serial production. They can be the result of digitalized drafting, planning and production processes, and to an increasing degree, a combination of several methods.

The four professors responsible for the Product Design degree programme do not teach the disciplines of product design in the traditional sense. Instead they initiate and supervise projects which focus on a variety of areas, such as industrial or hand-crafted product design, interaction design, design and management, mobility, product and environment, stage design and exhibition design.

Advice for interested students in product design
Prof. Gerrit Babtist

Faculty Kunst und Gestaltung
Geschwister-Scholl-Straße 799423 Weimar
+49 (0) 36 43/58 3237

Bauhaus Universität Weimar
Fakultät Kunst und Gestaltung
Bauhaus Universität Weimar / Produktdesign