Stephan Göschl and Jasmin Roth. Portrait by Tim Cavadini, Hair & Make-up by Sarah Bzoch
By creating content with cultural relevance, we generate substantial value for our customers and their audiences. We see ourselves as integral experts in accompanying all strategic processes from the first consultation to the finished product.
CIN CIN works transdisciplinary and multimedia-based for different industrial sectors.
Completed and ongoing projects include campaigns for IMPULSTANZ Festival and the MENTAL LOAD AWARD, a comprehensive branding for the French bakery L’AMOUR DU PAIN, diverse collaborations with architectural offices and property developers, as well as manifold work for numerous cultural and educational institutions, including the MAK (Museum of Applied Arts), and CeMESS (the Centre for Microbiology and Environmental Systems Science) at the University of Vienna.
Our special focus lies on projects in the fields of architecture, gastronomy, art and culture, as well as medicine, where we acquired in-depth expertise.
JASMIN ROTH was a trained communication designer and STEPHAN GÖSCHL a student of architecture when they met studying graphic design (Prof. Oliver Kartak) at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. For more than ten years, since their early academic projects, they have developed an ongoing creative collaboration that has lasted beyond their diplomas and eventually led to the founding of their multidisciplinary studio CIN CIN in 2015.