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Feb 2019

Announcements

Excellent! German Design Award for the BMC

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Frank Venter, Head of Design & Design Management at Hymer and Tom Klüber-Voss, Industrial designer and owner of STUDIOSYN at the award ceremony in Frankfurt.

Jury statement: "The design of the motorhome is intelligent in terms of both form and function for both the exterior and the interior, which leaves a more spacious impression thanks to the innovative arrangement of the furniture."

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Oct 2018

Announcements

New crew member at STUDIOSYN

Welcome - We are delighted that Sandrina has been supporting our product and interior design team since October.

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Aug 2018

Announcements

Award-winning motorhome design

Last month STUDIOSYN received the internationally recognised Red Dot Design Award 2018 for the Hymermobil B-Class SupremeLine.

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Statement by the Jury
"Due to its new construction, the Hymermobil B-class SupremeLine offers a surprising amount of storage space and room inside. From the outside, the motorhome appears both luxurious and dynamic at the same time."

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Apr 2015

Announcements

STUDIOSYN receives "Special Mention" Award at the Automotive Brand Contest 2014

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The new Arto receives a "Special Mention" Award at the automotive design contest "abc" 2014.

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"The new Arto sets new standards with its interior in the motorhome design" - abc Jury

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Sep 2014

Announcements

Photo-Gallery of some of our latest projects at the Caravan Salon Düsseldorf 2014

STUDIOSYNs product fleet at the CSD 2014

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Flair Exterior - Niesmann+Bischoff
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Product-Visualisation-Niesmann+Bischoff
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Flair Dashboard - Niesmann+Bischoff
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Product Graphics - T@B
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Front Exterior - Fendt
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Da Vinci Interior Design - Tabbert
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Puccini Interior Design - Tabbert
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Rossini Interior Design - Tabbert
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Vivaldi Interior Design - Tabbert
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Exterior Graphic - Tabbert
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Branding - Tabbert
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Interior - Weinsberg
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SunTi Interior - Knaus

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Jul 2014

Announcements

STUDIOSYN chair design at Yacht Club Monaco

The first piece of STUDIOSYN's furniture series for RIVA YACHT celebrated its release at the Yacht Club of Monaco on June the 20th.

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RIVA-Lounge-Chair: Mahogany-Lether

To design furniture for the legendary RIVA ship yard is for sure something extraordinary. Exclusive as well is the location, where it is placed – the new Yacht Club of Monaco.On June the 20th his Highness the Sovereign Prince Albert II officially opened the club designed by architect Sir Norman Foster. The club´s RIVA AQUARAMA lounge is equipped with chairs and tables designed by STUDIOSYN.

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Snap Shot: RIVA AQUARAMA Lounge
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Aug 2012

Announcements

Design from STUDIOSYN wins the Public’s Choice Design Award three times

1st and 2nd place of the "Caravaning Design Award: The Public Choice" were given to products designed by STUDIOSYN for Knaus Tabbert GmbH.

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Design prizes are typically awarded by a jury of specialists, designers or design professors. In addition to the distinction from experts, it is important to our customers that the design interests and captivates the end customer. From this point of view, the "Caravaning Design Award: The Public Choice" has a special meaning. 38,000 people selected the product via online voting which they believed satisfied the highest design standards. The Knaus Van-TI with interior design from STUDIOSYN got the most votes. The Grande Puccini, designed completely by STUDIOSYN, got second place. The Premium camper whose exterior design was designed for the brand Hobby two years ago was also awarded a prize by the public. It got fourth place.

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Jun 2012

Announcements

SYN on tour

We went on the road to get experience. For 5 days, 5 motorhomes and 1 camper was home to 13 designers.

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Our thanks go to Niesmann+Bischoff and Knaus Tabbert GmbH for their exceptional support.

We were extremely interested to see how practical our vehicles are. How is life in the vans we have designed? How is cooking, showering, relaxing? What can you store where in the vehicle?
How can the vehicles be loaded with cargo? How is maneuvering with such large motorhomes? How clear is the cockpit?

The overarching question was:

What can we improve in the next projects?

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How many people can comfortably eat breakfast in a motorhome?
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Getting experience together.
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Training for a perfect turn.

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Mar 2012

Announcements

Designing in wind tunnel

The investment in a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) system will from now on make it possible for us to optimize exterior design models in terms of aerodynamics in the virtual wind tunnel.

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In the age of constantly increasing energy prices, low consumption of a vehicle becomes more and more important. With large vehicles in particular, we see huge potential for improving aerodynamics. Trials on current vehicles show that we can reduce fuel consumption by 20% by improving aerodynamics. Wind noises are also noticeably reduced. Soiling effects in the vehicle stern can also be improved.

Thanks to our CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) system, a virtual wind tunnel is now available to us which can use to test and improve our exterior designs concerning optimal aerodynamics. Using different graphics, we can visualize results or use animations to get a very precise understanding of aerodynamic effects on the model.

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Aug 2009

Announcements

Move to Rüsselsheim

Finally it was time to move into the new space.

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The Offenbach space has gotten much too small and connection to the highway is very poor. We are happy to announce that the construction of the office building was completed this summer and we can move into the large, bright office space. State-of-the-art infrastructure and a spatial layout specially adapted to our needs will allow us to work more productively and also offer room for future growth.

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