Volker Albus (D)
Paola Antonelli (USA)
Thomas Bene (A)
Fréderic Beuvry (F)
Max Borka (B)
Torsten Bröhan (D)
Alison Clarke (UK/A)
Erica Clark (USA)
Gerti Draxler (A)
Christian Gärnter (D)
Kostantin Grcic (D)
Harald Gründl (A)
Guta Moura Guedes (P)
Gerhard Heufler (A)
Didier Krzentowski (F)
Joris Laarman (NL)
Herbert Lachmayer (A)
Hans Maier-Aichen (D)
Peter Noever (A)
Paolo Piva (I/A)
Leonid Rath (A)
Julian Riess (A)
August Ruhs (A)
Kerstin Scheuch (MEX)
Petra Schmidt (D)
Jerszy Seymour (D)
Robert Stadler (F)
Pierre Staudenmeyer (F)
Robert Thiemann (NL)
Patricia Urquiola (I)
Christian Witt-Dörring (A)

Gerhard Heufler  
Designer and Head of Industrial Design, FH Joanneum, Graz (A)
Gerhard Heufler (*1944) studied architecture and has worked as a free-lance designer since 1975. He is co-founder and head of the course in industrial design at the FH Joanneum in Graz, which was set up in 1995. In this course students are successfully prepared for professional life through a practice-oriented training, cooperation with industry (including Audi, BMW, KTM, Rosenbauer, SAX) and the philosophy that design, alongside technology and marketing, is an important business strategy. Gerhard Heufler has received national and international awards for industrial goods and products in the areas of medical and environmental technology (including the Austrian State Prize, Red Dot, IDEA). The "Camcopter S-100" developed for the Schiebel company in 2005 and the MIMID (Mini Mine Detector, 1996) were recently presented in the MoMA exhibition SAFE – Design Takes on Risk.

In dialogues with:  
Torsten Bröhan
Kerstin Scheuch

Time schedule:  
MO 09.10., 14.30 – 15.20
Studio A (german)
Gut Ding braucht Weile (quality takes time)

MO 09.10., 05:30-07:00 pm
Discussion panel with Q&A