Tobias Schwarzer

Designer Düsseldorf / Germany

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Tobias Schwarzer
Tobias Schwarzer (* 1967 in Stuttgart) studied architecture at the University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart and subsequently at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. He then worked with diverse design and architecture agencies. In 2001, he founded the design agency zinnobergruen with the designer Bärbel Muhlack. Schwarzer put all aspects of his constructive and creative abilities to the test in the development of the successful miniki kitchen system in 2011. The miniki brought him a number of prestigious design prizes, including the Red Dot Design Award and the Interior Innovation Award. In 2015 Schwarzer expanded the successful “miniki” range by adding the more affordable “miniki slimline” model. The miniki philosophy: With the miniki concept, the two idealists Bärbel Muhlack and Tobias Schwarzer pursue the vision of making cooking and living an aesthetic delight. The functionality of a kitchen should only be visible on second glance. The miniki system responds to ongoing changes in society by presenting innovative products marked by formal clarity and timeless design.
Tobias Schwarzer
Tobias Schwarzer
  • Address Fürstenwall 79, 40217 Düsseldorf | Germany
  • Tel 49 (0)211 600 75 65

Tobias Schwarzer (* 1967 in Stuttgart) studied architecture at the University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart and subsequently at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. He then worked with diverse design and architecture agencies. In 2001, he founded the design agency zinnobergruen with the designer Bärbel Muhlack. Schwarzer put all aspects of his constructive and creative abilities to the test in the development of the successful miniki kitchen system in 2011. The miniki brought him a number of prestigious design prizes, including the Red Dot Design Award and the Interior Innovation Award. In 2015 Schwarzer expanded the successful “miniki” range by adding the more affordable “miniki slimline” model. The miniki philosophy: With the miniki concept, the two idealists Bärbel Muhlack and Tobias Schwarzer pursue the vision of making cooking and living an aesthetic delight. The functionality of a kitchen should only be visible on second glance. The miniki system responds to ongoing changes in society by presenting innovative products marked by formal clarity and timeless design.