What we do

Naroska offers strategies, designs and communication materials to guide existing brands and create new ones. A solid strategic foundation and careful branding ensure that brands continue to gain prominence, driving businesses forward. In combination with innovative design, Naroska creates authentic visual and haptic experiences that touch the heart and stimulate the spirit. Whoever our clients are—big or small, national or international, in culture or business, a corporation or a private individual—a good idea and the best intentions are the bedrock for the optimal positioning of their brands in an ever-changing environment.


Naroska is an independent design studio in Berlin. Design is our vocation. We advise clients, develop strategies, and create images, symbols, logos, books, magazines, other publications, posters, promotional campaigns, exhibitions, interiors, packaging, signage systems and websites. We help companies, institutes, non-profit organisations and individuals to find their visual identity.

Team since 2001 Teresa Gößl, Guido Kreutzmüller, Tobias Trost, Judith Metze, Julia Dölker, Katharina Schönbach, Laura Köpke, Robert Müller, Bryndís Th. Sigurjónsdóttir, Alice Booz


Marc Naroska

Marc Naroska spent a large part of his childhood sitting under his father’s draughting table playing with scraps of paper and Letraset sheets. His affinity for typography inspired him to train initially as a typesetter. He then went on to study design in Potsdam. His career began when, during his studies, he joined forces with his professor, Thomas Manss, to set up a Berlin branch of the design studio that Manss had already successfully established in London. Since 2001 Marc has run his own design studio in Berlin.

In 2001, Marc Naroska teamed up with Stephan Erfurt and Ingo Pott to set up C/O Berlin, an exhibition space for photography and visual media with a cultural programme of international standing. C/O Berlin became a non-profit foundation in 2012. It has since transferred to a permanent location at Amerika Haus in Berlin, right by the Zoo station, and has become one of Europe’s largest, most innovative photography institutions.