Rolf Heide is a must-have: anyone who deals with exhibition or interior design, corporate identity concepts or furniture design will inevitably come across the universal designer from Hamburg.
Heide has been helping design-oriented companies - Bulthaup and Gaggenau, Vorwerk and Alfi, for example - to create convincing trade fair appearances and advertising strategies for years, and even more so: he is establishing a corporate culture.
In addition, he also designs furniture that is rightly acclaimed for its classic quality. They all have in common the unmistakable signature of a great architect who has never subjected himself to fashion.
Rolf Heide (* 1932 in Kiel), studied interior design at the ""Muthesius-Werkschule"" in Kiel. Self-employed since 1960, studio in Hamburg. In addition to his work as an interior designer and designer, he also works intensively with companies in the industry, which are characterized by a high level of commitment to good design. He designs trade fair stands and showrooms and conceives photo productions for advertising campaigns and catalogues.
His work was exhibited in 1994 at the International Design Centre Berlin (IDZ) and at the "Museum für Gewerbe" in Hamburg. In the autumn of 1996 the "Designermonografie 6 - Rolf Heide" was published in the form of "Verlag. In 1999 Rolf Heide was awarded the "Karl-Schneider-Prize" by the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg for applied art and design. In 2000, an exhibition of his drawings will follow at the "Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe" in Hamburg.