Maker Hub


A space where you can be creative and productive, meet inspiring people and sip some coffee, all at the same time? Sounds like paradise to us. When Seda Jelveh opened the café in 2013, she wanted to create a place where like-minded people from the startup community could meet, share ideas, work together – or just chill. The Maker Hub was meant to become a place of exchange for curious minds with a vision, movers and shakers on the hunt for the latest technological developments – a place where a new generation of brave thinkers could be born. The café was also used for workshops and events, as a gallery, a stage or even a lab.


Given that we are very much into innovative food and gastronomy concepts, working with Seda and her husband Ali – whom we had already known from our cooperation with Protonet – was a pleasure for us. We designed the logo for the front facade, the website, print material like menus and flyers as well as social media visuals.

DISCIPLINES: Identity | Experience | Logo | Website | POS | Print

WORK: Identity, Print, Digital
YEAR: 2015
CONCEPT: Gilg Frick, Lecter Johnson
DESIGN: Sarah Lee, Kevin Herbst, Markus Frank