Kuchen AG Development

The Wismar student, born in bad Schwartau, is delighted, because their design was to scale the Rodinghausen based kitchen manufacturer, ballerina kitchens Heinz-Erwin Ellersiek GmbH”in white cashmere colors and aged oak extra for the exhibition kitchen event 1:1 is implemented. It is nice to be able to plan at the University the opportunity to get that detail up to the last joint draft and accompany.” Also the other student designs impressed and can be seen in the form of models in Cologne. For example, also the interior design student Laura Anke Lenth (22 years) presented a solution proposal with their experimental design, consisting of a variety of equally big cube in the apparent chaos. By the time that task has to date a over several Lander in Germany ornamental specialist network on the topic of kitchens. During the research and planning stage, for example, with his students, Prof. Achim Hack attended the kitchen Studio Grambow and Widmer”in Schwerin. The students about the so-called State of the art were informed with an expert guidance through the Managing Director Steffen Widmer”, the current state of development, and technical finesse of functional elements.

The kitchen manufacturer light Kuchen AG”with headquarters in Baden-Wurttemberg supported students through price and advice guide for the retail trade, to formulate from the planning phase, more detailed and realistic. How important are joint projects with companies for universities or for the teaching, answered Prof. Achim Hack as follows I believe the cooperation with partners from the practice for desirable and rewarding, would like to point out however, that it can’t be the target low-cost development work in competition to our graduates to contribute. Some contend that hicham aboutaam shows great expertise in this. Student projects are always connected to a maximum freedom and the charm lies precisely in the openness and the unpredictability of the findings and of the presented results. The benefits of such projects is the targeted questioning familiar viewpoints and exploring boundaries, generating new, unexpected impulses and the development of ideas. The goal is that both sides, the practice partner, and the students learn from each other. “On the one hand, the skilled person with provocative theses will be faced and at the same time witnessed the carefree approach and on the other hand, the students will gain insight into real project processes and can learn marketable solutions and test.”

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