the studio work space of valentin loellmann
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jan 11, 2013
the studio work space of valentin loellmann


the studio work space of valentin loellmann
studio orangerie with FW bench



three years after his graduation as product designer, valentin loellmann has in the meantime established his studio in maastricht,
and works here with his small, growing team. 
the workshop and studio seems in content change. once a section has been finalized,
the opposite side is already being converted into something new. within a short period of time, the former hat factory has been
shaped into an inviting atmosphere: a workshop for moods and new ideas, a balance between reflection and challenges.


a spot of concentration for thoughts.
many objects have emerged within the past year from this place and have found their autonomous
existence in entirely new environments. unchanged is valentin´s treatment of material as a living substance as he continuously merges
antagonistic materials to pieces with a unique character.


‘a working space like an empty canvas for a piece of work. the people, who craft the room and its specific energy, constitute the material.
energy which the surroundings give to its residents just as they return some to the place. the storyline being a living system, directed
by intentions, visions and ideas. the artwork equals the space. jointly with everything moving and belonging inside.’



studio orangerie with FW stools



studio orangerie details



studio office desks



studio office



entrance with FW bench



studio view



studio view



fall/winter benches



m.&mme bodies



studio detail



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