• Jürgen Gehm




Jürgen Gehm
Diplom Designer (FH)

Industrial and Product Design


Education 09.2004 - 08.2009 Study Industrial Design
University of Applied Sciences Dresden
Zurich University of the Arts

Degree: Diplom - Designer (FH)
(equivalent to Master of Arts in Design)
Final Grade: With Distinction

09.2003 - 08.2004 Study Business Administration at University Dresden



Experience 05.2010 - ... Industrial Designer
Designaffairs GmbH, Munich
08.2009 - ... Start-Up with impuls2050
Ranked Top 3 „Best Businessplan of Saxony“
02.2009 - 07.2009 MIELE Design Centre
Miele & Cie. KG, Gütersloh
04.2008 - 09.2008 Internship
General Motors European Design Centre
OPEL Exterior Design
02.2008 - 03.2008 Freelance at Wolfram Design, Dresden
Feasibility Study for „Porsche Engineering Services“
09.2006 - 03.2007 Internship at Designship, Ulm
Design of consumer products und furniture
07.2003 - 08.2003 Internship
Von Ardenne Anlagentechnik GmbH
Technology Research



University 11.2007 Student Assistent at HTW Dresden (FH)
09.2004 - 03.2005 Student Representative at Faculty of Design



Juror 04.2007 Juror in Youth Jury
19th International Short Film Festival Dresden
10.2005 Juror Saxon National Design Award 2005



Awards 2008
iF concept award
2007
VDA-Design-Award
2005 Honourable Recognition
„Becks - design competition“
4th place winner
„Graphic Design Award“, Studentenwerk
Exceptional Price
„Graphic Design Award“, Studentenwerk
1999 2nd place winner - Competition of the Goethe-Institute, Fine Arts
1997 Honourable Recognition
„44th European Competition“, Fine Arts
1996 Winner
„43rd European Competition“, Fine Arts



Languages German (mother tongue)
English
French
Latinum



Skills Process Trend Analysis, Ideation, Concept Development, Evaluation, 3D-Modeling, Model Making, Presentation
CAD Alias Studio Tools, Solid Works, Rhinoceros
2D-Software InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, MS Office
Sketching Hand and Digital Sketching (Wacom Cintiq), Tape Drawing
Model Making Models out of Foam, Cibatool and Wood, Clay Modeling, Functional Models