With our visual catalogue we would like to give our users the opportunity to get an image-driven project overview of our work. In the following section you will find a collection of images sorted by projects, where each project is introduced with a short summary.
Lufthansa Cargo | Display Container
For Lufthansa Cargo IRED developed modular display containers which can be used at trade fairs and exhibitions. Besides a modular rail system, these display containers have an integrated lighting system. Decommissioned AKE airfreight containers of Lufthansa Cargo served as basis for these display cases.
Scholz Instruments| SReS System
For Scholz Labor- und Klinikversorgungs GmbH, IRED developed together with Fraunhofer IWKS a recycling system for metallic medical disposable instruments. With the SReS system, these instruments are collected directly at the place of their application, thus enabling a value-preserving recycling of the material.
Lufthansa Group | Innovator Award
IRED redesigned the Innovator Award trophy for the Lufthansa Group. This redesign was first introduced with the Group Innovator Award 2019. The new trophy of the award follows the ecological demands of the group. The redesign consists of upcycled aircraft aluminum from Lufthansa Group and regrowing oak wood.
Lufthansa Cargo | Wall Clock
To make a sustainable statement IRED designed and developed an upcycling wall clock for Lufthansa Cargo. This CNC milled wall clock has an aluminium dial made of the aluminium of the AKE LD-3 airfreight containers. Thus an object was created that is as appealing as it is sustainable and makes the Upcycling concept tangible.
Ferrero Germany | Refrigerated Display
In order to offer cooled products of Ferrero Deutschland GmbH next to uncooled products on shelves, IRED developed an innovative thermoelectric based cooling solution. This patented solution allows products to be repositioned in the PoS, thus creating a better interface between customer and product.
Design Research | Ceramic Wood
With Ceramic Wood, IRED, together with the IMD (Institute for Material Design) and Saint Gobain, developed a procedure for the production of wood-based ceramics. In a second step, IRED developed a set of Japanese tableware in order to implement an exemplary application for the process, in which the wood aesthetics of the source material is preserved.