On behalf of E.ON Drive, GRAFT and GRAFT Brandlab developed a prototype for an ultra-fast charging station. This was further developed into an innovative, extendable system of modules capable of adapting to future requirements.
The German urban air taxi company Volocopter has developed the ﬁrst fully electronic, autonomous vertical take-off and landing aircraft (eVTOL), an ideal solution for use in urban areas. Together with GRAFT and Arup, the Berlin agency GRAFT Brandlab won the competition to design a modular vertiport concept for Volocopter.
In Schierke, a district of Wernigerode at the foot of the Harz Mountains, GRAFT was commissioned to renovate a listed natural ice rink. GRAFT proposed a dramatic roof structure anchored at just two points, which provides protection from rain, snow and sunlight but also frames the view of the mountains and sky beyond—its characteristic poise and elegance is indeed a response to the surrounding landscape.
The Showpalast seats 1,700 spectators in front of a 40-metre-long stage specially designed for the unique horse show. The layout ensures that all visitors have a clear and close-up view of the stage due to the limited number of rows.
Led by GRAFT and GRAFT Brandlab, the project saw a unique collaboration between engineers, architects, scientists, UX designers, and mobility experts. Arup, EPEA, GRAFT, GRAFT Brandlab, PCH Innovations and Transsolar joined forces to generate original approaches for the site of the former Berlin Tegel Airport. The study presents concepts for future developments, and a catalog featuring innovative solutions for smart, sustainable cities.
Driver assistance systems, including automatic parking, traffic sign recognition and automatic distance control are increasingly common in today’s cars. The new ‘Ausfahrt’ at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg offers visitors an opportunity to try out these and other technical assistance systems in models manufactured by Volkswagen to help ensure safer driving in road traffic. With an area of 15,000 square metres, the new driving attraction was built in ten months and opened in August 2013.
GRAFT won a competition for a feasibility study to develop a concept for converting the existing Terminal D at Berlin Tegel Airport into a start-up hub for tech companies.
The Pantene Hair Spa is a place of relaxation and contemplation inside the hectic bustle of the city.
GRAFT’s stand design for Mercedes and Maybach sought to embody the brands’ prestige and self-confidence and marked a radical new approach to their commercial exhibition design.
GRAFT won the competition to create an imaginative and innovative exhibition stand for showcasing the NBC Universal Television Network’s Sci-Fi Channel brand.