The Munken Cube is sculpture, working tool and source of inspiration all in one. The form is pure at the same time flexible and consists of a monumental stack of Munken paper and a base of solid oak.
Munken Works Scholarship 2013

Munken Works Scholarship 2013

In the Munken Works Space – a Pop-Up Atelier in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg quarter, designed specifically for the scholarship – three selected artists may live and work for four weeks. During this time they will have the opportunity to take an individual inventory with regard to the tension of “Analog and Digital”. Their results will...
"A notepad is transformed into a sculpture"

“A notepad is transformed into a sculpture”

The publication “Inspiration 2012/13″ of the Messe Frankfurt present the Munken Cube as “Trendsetter”. “BRIGHT, DARK and SOFT are the Paperworld trends for 2012-13. They clearly reflect current social and cultural developments that shape the avant-garde in architecture, fashion and design. In their futureoriented images they visualise today the relevant design concepts for the coming...

Munken Cube receives seventh destinction

The Munken Cube was awarded the Red Dot Design Award 2011 in the category communication design for its superior design qualities.

ADC*E winner

The Art Directors Club of Europe has nominated the Munken Cube for GOLD. All Nomination winners will receive an ADC*E Nomination certificate and will appear in the ADCE book, in a enhaced place. ADC*E is the only Awards scheme in the world to bring all the European award winning work from the national schemes into...

Nominated for the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany 2012.

The Munken Cube is nominated for the prestigious Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany 2012.
Munken Cube at the Frankfurter Kunstverein

Munken Cube at the Frankfurter Kunstverein

On July 7, 2011 “come closer” will organise an evening event at the Frankfurter Kunstverein. “come closer” continues a critical design discourse in the context of the exhibition “On the Metaphor of Growth” at the Frankfurter Kunstverein. The Munken Cube will be part of an installation.