Philipp Mohr

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Philipp Mohr (born January 7, 1972) is a German-American architect and industrial designer. In collaboration with other designers he created several acclaimed industrial design and art objects. He studied architecture and fine arts at the Bauhaus University Weimar, Polytecnic University Milano and Cooper Union. In 2000 Mohr designed the Metaring, a computer-generated and machine-milled piece of jewelry. In 2004, he collaborated with Tobi Wong on a series of diamond clad industrial designs. Mohr participated in the 2004 group show at Terminal 5 (exhibition) together with Tobias Wong and their Diamond Project, the Killer Ring,[1][2] Dimemond, Hidden Diamond Ring and Diamond Skull were featured in that exhibition. In collaboration with design partner Ju$t Another Rich Kid he created a series of conceptual jewelry [1] In 2013 Mohr collaborated with John Erik Karkula and designed the acclaimed furniture showroom in Williamsburg Brooklyn.

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