Demiren Steingrüber

Demiren Steingrüber is a design practice based in London, founded by Mina Demiren and David Steingrüber.

Demiren Steingrüber is a design practice based in London, founded by Mina Demiren and David Steingrüber.

We specialise in making 2-dimensional work by thinking about the 3-dimensional space where people will experience it—meaning, what we design for you is informed by who will see it, when, where, why, and what should happen next.

This defines our approach across all areas of design and art direction, including identities, campaigns, wayfinding, print, environments, and screens.

Mina Demiren and David Steingrüber previously worked for renowned studios like Pentagram, Kellenberger-White and Intégral.

Some of the projects the partners have worked on include:

Identity and campaign for Glasgow International Festival, nominated for the 2014 Design Museum Designs of the Year award
Brand communication for Rolls-Royce
Wayfinding for Clerkenwell Design Week 2017
Branding for Star Alliance
Exhibition design for United Micro Kingdoms by Dunne & Raby at the Design Museum
Campaigns for Filmmuseum Berlin
Environmental design in Brussels European Quarter

Other end-clients have included Nike, The Science Museum, The Royal College of Art, The British Library, Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), Deutsches Musikarchiv Leipzig, University of the Arts London, Turner Contemporary, and Dreamland Margate.