Christoph Guenther

Christoph Guenther

New York, NY, US



Born and raised in Austria, Christoph recently graduated in interior design at Parsons School of Design, NYC. With a background in industrial design, Christoph earned his MSc degree with honors in 2010, including a student exchange term with The Academy of Fine Arts in Guangzhou, China. In 2010 he moved to Berlin and co-founded a design agency with a focus on product design, motion graphic and graphic design.




Dutch East Design, New York, NY, US, Interior Designer

Oct 2018 - current

Wid Chapman Architects, New York, NY, US, Interior Design Assistant

Oct 2018 - Dec 2018

Gates Merkulova Architects, LLP, New York, NY, US, Interior Designer, Technical draftsman

Jun 2018 - Sep 2018


The New School, New York, NY, US , Interior design

Jan 2017 - May 2018

University of Art and Design Linz, Linz, AT, Masters, Industrial Design

Sep 2007 - May 2010

Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art, Guangzhou, CN, Product Design

Exchange Studies

Jan 2008 - Jul 2008

University of Art and Design Linz, Linz, AT, Bachelors, Industrial and Product Design

Sep 2002 - May 2007


Golden Portfolio Award, Award

Golden Portfolio Award from School of Constructed Environments, Parsons the New School for Design, awarded to a student whose portfolio best represents innovation and experimentation


Red Dot Award, communication design, Award

Red Dot Award, communication design for “SCIONIC - Purpose-driven Gestalt. The End of Design?”


ECHOM design and development competition, 1st Place

1st Prize at ECHOM design and development competition, flat-TV project with 3G technology, ECHOM, GAFA - Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts

In the course of a design and development competition, tendered by the company ECHOM, a completely new concept of a flat screen TV with 3G-technology was designed and realized. CRYSTAL came off as winner of this competition and represents a flat screen TV extended with an audio-visual feature, which is eye-minded conveyed through his crystalline shape.


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