Steffen Herm (born Schellenberger) studied product design in Potsdam, Barcelona and Berlin and is currently living in Berlin. His work ranges from product design and accessories to furniture and lighting.


Furthermore he works as research assistant at Berlin University of the Arts. His field of work focusses on technology and construction in Industrial Design.




Since 2016 Berlin University of the Arts, Industrial Design, IPP, research assistant in technology and construction

2015 - 2016 BURG Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, artistic assistant

2014 Dessau Department of Design; design basics + technology

2012 - 2016 Berlin University of the Arts, design + technology

2010 - 2016 Berlin University of the Arts, CAD basics

2009 - 2014 University of Applied Sciences, Potsdam; design (technology), CAD





2017 Green Product Award, Green Selection 2017 (for The Upper Cycle)
2016 Winner FORM# Award
2016 Nominee for the Young Creations Award: Upcycling
2015 German Design Award nominee, Urban Wardrobe
2011 Nomination for the German Design Award 2011, category: talents
2010 Nomination for the Marianne-Brandt-Preis 2010
2010 Nomination for the German Design Award 2011, category: talents
2009 Young Professional 2009, curated by the German Design Council



2017 Green Product Award Frankfurt a.M. und Leipzig

2016 FORM# Award, Frankfurt

2016 Young Creations Award, Frankfurt

2014 Geblüt, Potsdam

2013 Refugium, DMY Festival Berlin

2013 Room+Style, Dresden

2012 Salone Satellite, Milan

2011 DMY Festival, Berlin

2011 Talents@Ambiente, Frankfurt

2010 The Poetry of the Functional, Saxon Museum of Industry, Chemnitz

2010 Werthaltig, muse_store of Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin

2009 YDMI exhibition by German Design Council 2009Talents@Tendence, Frankfurt

2008 Applaus, exhibition of the best graduation projects, University of Applied Sciences, Potsdam

2007 FuoriSalone, Milan

2007 DMY, Berlin

2004 Passagen, Cologne

2003 Designmai, Berlin




M.A. Steffen Herm


Parkstr. 1
D – 13187 Berlin




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