Dortmund's U, formerly Union-Brewery, today Centre for Contemporary Art and Culture Warmth, down-to-earthness, openness and honesty are ascribed to the people of this region. Exactly these values we cultivate in our business relationships - friendly cooperation, the courage to dare new things and the goal of exceeding the customer expectations!
In 1992, West Germany and the Saarland are in a deep structural crisis. The three main pillars of Dortmund's economy were coal, steel and beer. The collapse of coal mines, the closure of steelworks, coking plants and brewerie, dominated the Ruhr district. During this period Norbert Nowak founded his design studio Nowak Design. He is a pioneer and role model for the structural change. Today, Dortmund is a modern service city and the heritage of the mining industry is a part of the culture of remembrance and industrial culture that attracts thousands of tourists to the region every year.

„Pioneers break new ground“

 Thinking ahead and going ahead.

© Nowak Design
About
Dortmund's U, formerly Union-Brewery, today Centre for Contemporary Art and Culture Warmth, down-to-earthness, openness and honesty are ascribed to the people of this region. Exactly these values we cultivate in our business relationships - friendly cooperation, the courage to dare new things and the goal of exceeding the customer expectations!
In 1992, West Germany and the Saarland are in a deep structural crisis. The three main pillars of Dortmund's economy were coal, steel and beer. The collapse of coal mines, the closure of steelworks, coking plants and brewerie, dominated the Ruhr district. During this period Norbert Nowak founded his design studio Nowak Design. He is a pioneer and role model for the structural change. Today, Dortmund is a modern service city and the heritage of the mining industry is a part of the culture of remembrance and industrial culture that attracts thousands of tourists to the region every year.

„Pioneers break new ground“

 Thinking ahead and going ahead.

© Nowak Design
About
In 1992, West Germany and the Saarland are in a deep structural crisis. The three main pillars of Dortmund's economy were coal, steel and beer. The collapse of coal mines, the closure of steelworks, coking plants and brewerie, dominated the Ruhr district. During this period Norbert Nowak founded his design studio Nowak Design. He is a pioneer and role model for the structural change. Today, Dortmund is a modern service city and the heritage of the mining industry is a part of the culture of remembrance and industrial culture that attracts thousands of tourists to the region every year.
© Nowak Design