Judith van den Boom (NL) and Gunter Wehmeyer (GER) unite in BoomWehmeyer, a duo that explores new kinds of cross-disciplinary research and design development.
Their active topics explore the intersection of product and urban design to expand public, professional and personal expectations of design, developing into innovative design strategies for people, education, manufacturing and business.
Their work aims to stimulate connections between the environment and its use, bridging cultures and knowledge to create new (land)scapes for design.
BoomWehmeyer recently activated the ‘Slow China’ research project, a continuation of their creative engagements in China that will give birth to slow dialogues, workshops and collaborative design outcomes.
We work to unwrap.