In 1998 Blasius Osko and Oliver Deichmann founded the design office “Wunschforscher“ with the aim of creating objects which combine design, innovation and art. At the Wunschforschers products such as "SushiRoller", a help to roll-up sushi, which works like a cigarette rol-up, and “top.table“, a creative workstation, which was presented in the Carrousel du Louvre. The Wunschforscher (wish explorer) also designed artistic project and visual concepts for fashion shows, events and evening reception e.g. for MTV or Adidas.
The goal of designing simple tools, which still have an extra meaning or tell a story, made Osko & Deichmann in 2005 found the design office "Osko & Deichmann". Their customers are top-class design-manufacturers, sich as Moooi, Ligne Roset, Kundalini or elmarflötotto, just to name a few of them. The works of Osko & Deichmann were already shown in the Louvre (Paris), Vitra Design Museum Weil am Rhein (Berlin), Cube Gallery (Manchester), MoMA (Berlin), Deutsche Guggenheim (Berlin), Galerie VIA (Paris) and 107 Rivoli (Paris).