At this year's Red Dot competition, the visitor centre in the thyssenkrupp Elevator Test Tower in Rottweil convinced the 24-member international expert jury and was honored with a Red Dot Design Award! The number of this year´s applicants was great: the jurors had over 8,610 submissions from 45 countries to decide on. The project was awarded in the communication design discipline.

The visitor centre in the thyssenrupp Test Tower in Rottweil was awarded by the Art Directors Club at this year's ADC festival, Germany's largest creative festival. Congratulations to the whole team for a great job superbly executed!

Milla & Partner is proud to announce three new partners: with the acquisition of shares by longtime employees Peter Ludwig, Head of Strategy & Consulting, Creative Director Tobias Kollmann and Robin Palleis from the agency's Innovation Lab, the company will further pave the way to the future. "With the three new partners, we are more than ever strengthening the areas of consulting, creation and Innovation Lab", state the two agency founders and owners Johannes Milla and Peter Redlin. "Our management and creative board will be enriched with experience and rejuvenation." ...

Karin Häußermann was recently named the new Milla & Partner CFO. Following Andreas Friese, she has become a member of the Management board. "We are delighted that we have won Karin Häußermann to be our new CFO. She brings strong new impetus to the management of our company," says Johannes Milla, co-founder and -owner and managing director ...

From laser puzzle to wind tunnel, from floating ball to pneumatic rocket - seven theme worlds provide exciting experiments for children in the new Research Factory in Schorndorf. The Science Center for Children is a new satellite site of the Experimenta in Heilbronn. The concept was designed by Milla & Partner and then executed by local contractors ...

The Milla & Partner Innovation Lab developed an interactive light exhibit illustrating the possibilities of the new Bosch Micoscanners for the Bosch stand at CES in Las Vegas. They create flexible and intuitive virtual user interfaces – and project these in high resolution onto any ordinary surface. This tiny sensor can be used to realize a precise, on-demand user interface for the internet of things ...