Meyer, Miller, Smith. Berlin Design Agency
We speak the language of the city – verbally and visually. We communicate the transformation of metropolises, their people and buildings, their public spaces and development potential, their energy and mobility. We are optimists for the future.
For Meyer, Miller, Smith, urban communication means making messages understandable, conveying them, searching for intersections, pointing out and creating relevance.
We put ourselves in the heads of others and translate in order to integrate.
Our communication is striking, touching and fun. We produce stories and images that stay in the memory.
Rekonstruktion der ehemaligen Zentralmarkthalle in Berlin in der Nähe des Alexanderplatzes. Markthalle 1 und Markthalle 2 mit Gleisanschluss, direkt neben der Station "Alexanderplatz.
Cultural project to raise awareness and visibility of right-wing spaces. Design pitch for the Maxim Gorki Theatre.
3D visualisation of the new high-rise buildings currently being built at Alexanderplatz and in the "Klosterviertel." The former historic center of Berlin
Online-Magazin zum Thema Grundstückspolitik in Berlin. Die erste Ausgabe widmet sich dem Thema Bodenfonds - was hat es mit der vom Land Berlin gegründeten "Bodenfonds GmbH" auf sich?
Brand- and event communication design for german science conference Falling Walls hosted annually in Berlin.
Naming, branding and marketing materials for real estate developments.
Reconstruction of the Königsbrücke in its former position in front of Alexanderplatz
Having run a design studio in Tokyo for several years, and with both experience and a keen interest in Japanese design and culture, less rain supports “Japan Town Berlin” with a new naming, branding and design.
For digital design house Meyer, Miller, Smith who is hands on, hard at work building websites and applications, we’ve created an equally “hands on” brand identity, versatile and unique, but also modest and genuine.