High speed trains like the ICE-3, the Transrapid or the Japanese Nozomi 500, subways for Tokyo, Beijing, São Paulo or Munich, data terminals and medical lasers - Alexander Neumeister, is both an internationally renowned high-tech designer and wanderer between cultures...!
„The more complex, the better“ - It‘s hard to think of a more appropriate motto for Alexander Neumeister, an industrial designer, who has always been at the cutting edge of emerging technologies.
Although he specializes in high-tech projects, the cultural, private and working environments of the people his designs are intended for have always played a central role in his work.
Graduate of the legendary Ulm School of Design and influenced by a subsequent scholarship in Japan, he seeks to innovate through optimization, searching for solutions with long-term validity.
His goal: to find an optimal balance between aesthetics and function, innovation and tradition - indepen- dent of current aesthetic trends.
When it comes to high-tech design, dialogue is an essential ingredient. That is why, for him, collaboration within interdisciplinary teams is the starting point for any successful development.
With this credo as his guiding principle, he has been working for a selected circle of companies for decades, commuting between Japan, Brazil and Germany.
Today, Alexander Neumeister is equally at home in Germany and Brazil.
Since the middle of 2012, N+P Industrial Design - his former Munich office - is being continued by his former partners