Contact

Nguyen Gobber
Tyrnauer Gasse 8
A-1100 Vienna

+43 680 141 7665
mail[at]nguyengobber.com

About

Nguyen Gobber is a graphic design practice based in Vienna. We help people from the cultural and social sector who need a compelling appearance for their ideas and projects. We do so by crafting strong, tailor-made visual communication, may it be distinctive visual identities, thoughtful book designs, appealing poster campaigns, state-of-the-art websites or similar.

Background

Nguyen Gobber is the collaborative practice of Hoang Nguyen and David Gobber in Vienna. They have studied in renowned institutions such as the graphic design class of Prof. Fons Hickmann at the University of the Arts in Berlin and the FHNW Academy of Arts and Design in Basel, where they obtained their respective bachelor’s degree in Visual Communication. To deepen their knowledge in design even further, they enrolled in the postgraduate programme of the FHNW Academy of Art and Design in Basel. They received the academic title Master of Arts in Visual Communication and Iconic Research with a master’s thesis on metaphorical design concepts as well as a master’s thesis on the visualisation of utopian ideas. In addition, they developed an expertise in type design by attending seminars and workshops led by experts such as Prof. Philipp Stamm at the FHNW, Matthias Pauwels at the SfG Basel, Dinamo at UdK Berlin, and Hannes Famira from the Type@Cooper programme, which further strengthens the studio’s design capabilities. Before the establishment of Nguyen Gobber, they worked with and for various highly regarded design studios such as Hubertus Design, NODE Berlin, Ludovic Balland, Raffinerie, and others. In these contexts as well as independently, they conceived and/or implemented designs for clients such as HKW Haus der Kulturen der Welt, MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Basel School of Design, FHNW Academy of Arts and Design, University of the Arts Berlin, Kunstmuseum Luzern, and others.

involved in book projects

↗ Philipp Stamm (2020). Schrifttypen – Verstehen Kombinieren
Schönsten Schweizer Bücher 2016 Katalog (Hubertus Design)
American Readers (Ludovic Balland)