KAUSA works together with a flexible network of international professionals and experts. In the fields of consulting, communication, design, writing, photography, urban mobility, architecture, organization- & personal development.
Together we deliver full service design and communication solutions for our clients. Depending on the objective a team of experts can be compiled for the optimal result.
If you’d like to know more about what we can do for you and your company, we would love to get in touch.
Wouter Kok is a communication & design professional and consultant, also working as a lecturer. He is active between Amsterdam and Lille for clients in the government, culture and private fields. After studying at the Royal Academy of Arts in the Hague and Hochschule für Gestaltung in Schwäbisch Gmünd, he gained experience working with several renowned communication & design agencies in the Netherlands. He has extensive knowledge of corporate branding & design, intercultural communication, editorial design and art direction. He uses his international expertise and analytical viewpoint to help clients transform their ideas into working solutions.
António Ferreira is a consultant, personal coach, researcher and lecturer. Working for a variety of clients and organizations throughout Portugal, the Netherlands, Germany and the UK. He has a PhD in Social Sciences (Urban & Transport Planning) and worked for universities, like the University of Amsterdam, Leeds, Liverpool and Coimbra. Next to his academic activities he is active as a Coach, Personal Trainer and Yoga and Meditation Teacher. With his strong sense of curiosity and willingness to expand the spectrum of his theoretical and personal understanding, he helps people and organizations to evolve and become more integrated.
Mariko Ponczeck is an independent brand strategy consultant and lecturer. Based in London, she works with commercial, cultural and academic organisations. Her clients include Lufthansa, Danone, Städel Museum, DZ Privatbank, Flatiron Steak and Glashütte Original. Additionally, she has been involved in creating startup brands as part of the London City Incubator.
She holds an Arts Management degree as well as an MA in Cultural Policy and Management from City University London. She has been a guest lecturer at various universities since 2011, including Viadrina University (Frankfurt Oder), Central Saint Martins (London) and HMKW (Berlin).
Phil Brauchle studied industrial design and interaction design at the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt and the Institute of Design in Umeå, Sweden. Before working from well known design consultancies in Germany, he moved to London, UK in 2004 where he worked on projects for Nokia, Tagheuer, Levis and SolarLab in the field of industrial and interaction design, 3D branding and sustainable design.
In 2008, he started his own design business with clients in England and across Europe.