Harald Gloeckler is the greatest designer of weird and strange fashion in Germany. He has been successful in many fields and has his personal principles such as “Each woman is a princess”. This kind of reasoning is exceptional and had surely being inspirational to this eccentric designer while drawing a new collection for Marburger Taptenfabrik.
Website: www. haraldgloeoeckler.de
Karim Rashid is a kind of pop star among international designers. To this day, his designs have been awarded with more than 300 international prizes. Many objects designed by him are now exposed at World’s most important museums. This British/ Egyptian born designer lives now in New York. He created his first wallpaper collection for Marburger Taptenfabrik in 2004.
Luigi Colani is a well known international designer winning many prizes. He is also a pioneer in the bionic science which means being inspired by Nature. The main subject of his initial collection for Marburg in 2007 was water which is seen as the source of Life.
Ulf Moritz is a graduate of fabrics design and since starting his work at Marburger Taptenfabrik in 1999, he has earned many successes. He had been involved in collection coordination, entrepreneurial identity, designs stands at expositions, and architectural projects this added to his creative work as fabrics and wallpaper designer.
Ulf Moritz’s designs have been exposed through collections at Amsterdam’s Staatliche Museum, New York’s Cooper – Hewitt museum and Tilburg’s Textile museum. Ulf Moritz was the Director of Man and Identity Group at Eindhoven’s Academy of Design in 1971.
Zaha Hadid is a brilliant British (Iraqi born) architect in deconstructivist style. Zaha Hadid has Iraqi- British nationality and was born in Baghdad on 31st of October 1950. She acquired her degree in mathematics from the American University at Beirut and went to London for studying at London Architectural Association (AA). She started working at the Office of Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) with her former teacher Rem Koolhaas, after her graduation from the University, and in 1977 entered into partnership with that Office. In 1980 she established her own office in London and in the same years began teaching at the Architectural Association. In 2004 Hadid became the first woman to be awarded with the Pritzker Prize of Architecture.