How is our everyday life changing and how does this affect the requirements for new products? Our design takes us on a quest for the rational demands and the emotional longings that lie behind new requirements.
Our designs always relate to the expression, meaning the character, the soul and the attitude that a good product must transport. If we can achieve a particular expression with less - so much the better. But every product needs a special something - we want to achieve simplicity, not cool minimalism. This concentration on the essentials is achieved by formal design on the one hand and by the functionality and the organization of operating procedures on the other. As a result, operating processes are clarified and complicated things disappear behind designed surfaces. The feel and colour of the materials play an important role in this concentration.
Born in 1969 in Herdecke, he is a qualified toolmaker and studied industrial design at the University of Applied Science in Darmstadt from 1992 to 1998. After a semester studying abroad at the San Jose State University in California, he completed an internship at n|p|k in the Netherlands. In 1999, Ulrich Goss received the Neunkirchen Design Award for three of his designs. In 2000, he was credited with the Bavarian State Award for Young Designers. Ulrich Goss gained experience as a freelance graduate designer in different design offices and while working on own projects, until he founded his own company, gossindustrialdesign, in Darmstadt.