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Mendel Heit Design Lab is an industrial design studio in Berlin.
Its focus is on furniture, products, jewelry, accessories, and research projects. A particular interest lies in combining new fabrication technologies with handcrafted heritage in a human scale.

We believe in the human story that make objects interesting and valuable.

**Our passion for technology and new fabrication technologies take us to new fields of computer generated shapes

Clients and cooperation partners include Framepunk, Vista Alegre Atlantis, Trinkle 3d, Stilnest, habitat, Meisenthal France, Syntop.io, Cristalleries de Saint-Louis, Jack Morton, Avantgarde, Deutsche Telekom, Futurest, ART+COM, Yorb Design, Avantgarde QA, Makerlab, the Anxious Prop, Collignon Architektur, Ester Bruzkus, and Mason Juday amongst many others.

Selected Exhibitions here
Press & Publications here

Mendel Heit is a french-german product designer who lives and works in Berlin.
His first experience as a designer was gathered at the Jerszy Seymour Design Workshop while working on several products and shows (Vitra, Moulinex, Magis, etc..). The following collaborations have led him into new fields, like interior architecture and exhibition design, with Coordination Berlin, ART+COM, Avantgarde and Jack Morton.

He first studied at the ENSA Nancy (F). During that time, he also participated in a vitra design workshop with Jerszy Seymour & Shin+Tomoko Azumi, Boisbuchet (F), and an internship with Georges Rousse.
His studies where finalized at the HBK-Braunschweig(D), on projects for VW, die Bahn, and other german companies. During his time there, he simultaneously worked at the Institute for Transportation Design in Braunschweig.
He then created the Mendel Heit Design Lab in 2009.

For more information, please send us an email or download the_ PRESS press kit.


Many thanks to these former team members:
Denizay Apusoglu, Margot Bouffort, Paul Thüroff, Joanna Hoffmann, Pamela Esquivia Flores, Jan Van Riesenbeck, Fleur Moreau, Luc Wattendorf