Komplot Design is a partnership of Poul Christiansen and Boris Berlin,
the firm was established in the beginning of 1987. The company works within
the fields of industrial, furniture and graphic design.
Komplot Design has recieved numerous Design Awards:
1989 1st Prize IBD Competition, Table category, for Collage Tables.
1989 Merke for God Design, Norwegian Design Council, for Collage Tables.
1991 Scandinavian Furniture Award for Vision.
1991 G-Mark (Japanese Design Award) for Collage Tables.
1991 TOP Danmark Award for Terra Vita (together with Stuart Clyens).
1992 Transit Carrier purchased by the Danish National Art Foundation.
1992 Merke for God Design, Norwegian Design Council for Vision.
1993 Danish National Art Foundation Prize for Antilope chair.
1996 2nd Prize in Forsnäs Nordic Design Competition.
2000 diploma USF for Longo seating system for Klaessons AB.
2000 Klassiker Prisen Norwegian Design Council for Collage Tables.
2001 Bo Bedre, Årets Designpris 2001 for "NON" chair.
2001 Utmärkt Svensk Form, honorable mention for "NON" chair.
2001 Nomination to Den Danske Designpris for "NON" chair.
2001 Merke for God Design, Norwegian Design Council for "VIVA"
2002 Sköna Hem, Årets Möbel 2002, for "NON"
2002 The Furniture Prize "Møbelprisen 2002"
2003 Bo Bedre, Årets Designpris 2003 for "GUBI" chair.
Architect MAA MDD, born in Copenhagen, Denmark 1947,
graduate of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of
Architecture, Copenhagen 1973.
Freelance designer since 1969,
Lamp design for
Le Klint A/S from 1969. Employed by Ib and Jørgen Rasmussen 1977-86,
architecture and design, design for Kevi and Herman Miller.
1982-87 Furniture design for Sorø Stolefabrik DK, Lübke and
Industrial and Graphic Designer MDD, born
in Leningrad 1953, graduate of the Institute of Applied Arts and Design,
Employed by VNIITE, Leningrad in 1976 and worked freelance, designing a
wide range of industrial products and graphics.
Since 1983, BORIS
BERLIN DESIGN in Denmark.1985-87 Working for Penta Design, computerized
work station for Danish Post and Telegraph.