A little little sneak peek into our interior project in Washington. We started with this project two years ago. We were responsible for the interior concept, furnishing, art, textiles and decoration of the entire house; we optimized the floor plan and planned new walls made of glass and wood to let more light inside the house. It was a very exciting and unique project and it required a lot of organization and knowledge, especially for some works which are not possible to realize in US or where you need special certificates. There are some special rules for lighting, plumbing and so on. We are very happy to see finally everything coming together and we feel blessed that we had the honor to work on such a big project oversea while we are located in Germany. We hope that we can show you some more pictures of the results soon. Pictures made by our client.
Since the end of November we are working on a very special and unique interior project. We are responsible for the interior design of Hotel Schloss Teutschenthal.
Beside a new colour and lighting concept, we will be responsible for textiles, furniture and decoration as well. Looking very forward to this project and the final results!
We were asked by the well known Danish brand ferm LIVING to style and shoot their new autumn / winter collection 2016. It was such an honour to work with so many beautiful products. You can find the result of our work on our website and of course on the website of ferm LIVING and their instagram as well.
We are very proud to be among the winners of the interieur awards 2016 at the Biennale Interieur 2016 in Kortrijk, Belgium. You definitely have to go there and visit the 25th Silver Edition from October, 14th until October, 23rd. The must-see design event since 68 with a hybrid mix of commerce and culture.
And many thanks to DeMorgen magazine for featuring our object for the biennale in Kortrijk.
Picture taken by Sandra Lintermans
Studio Oink takes part at NdK in Leipzig. This art festival is a very special exhibition along the "Georg- Schumann Straße", which is about 7 Km long. You will find art events, like film presentations or interactive art, paintings and graphics, ceramics and a lot of other art and design. All of these exhibitions are curated in shops, galleries, resturants, apartments and even in empty houses, which are lost and no longer in use. This makes this event very special and unique.
Come and stop by at STUDIO OINK creative lab
September, 3rd , 4pm until midnight
We would like to present our most beautiful and biggest project!
Two weeks ago our little Joseph Teo arrived and step into our world. We are very thankful for this beautiful gift of nature and so happy that he is with us.
This is also the reason for our silence.
Of course our business will go on as usual and we are open for every new project and request. Please just note, that it will take a little more time to reply on your emails and we will take a few steps back from social media. Thank you!
We are very proud to announce that we have been selected as a winner at the Interieur Awards 2016!
Beside an exhibition at Biennale Interieur in Kortrijk, Belgium in October, we will participate with the other winners at a designers workshop at Le Grand-Hornu, Belgium in August.
Many thanks to the great Jury consisting of Rossana Orlandi, Inga Sempé, Mirko van den Winkel, NIls Holger Moormann and Dieter van den Storm!
We are very proud to be featured with our current residential interior project in Leipzig, which is still under construction, in the current issue of &Living magazine, which belongs to the great Label magazine. Thank you!
If you are looking for special, natural, sophisticated and honest interior design, no matter if it's for your private residence or for retail space, don't hesitate to contact us! We will take care of your home, your shop, your café, your exhibition stand....
we work worldwide!
Many thanks to all the ( online ) magazines who wrote about our project "Design with the Unknown" which was exhibited for the first time at the Salone del Mobile 2016 in Lambrate, Milan.
Read more information about our project here.
We are so very proud to have the possibility to exhibit and sell the unique work of Erin Turkoglu , a Turkish designer living in Helsinki, through our gallery and showroom here in Leipzig. We will have her beautiful "planetary bowl" and her porcelain tableware collection "grey clouds and a bit of sun" here very soon! Thank you so much dear Erin of being part of our studio! Super beautiful video made by Mari Mäkiö .
WE ARE OPEN FROM TODAY!
Best news so far isn't it! Even if we are not completely ready with some details, we prepared our first collection for you, including ceramics of Studio Lotte de Raadt , Bomi Lee , Kirstie van Noort, Sandra Lintermans , MIJU LEE and Marlies Christ-Neugebauer . You will also find the very beautiful and detailed embroidery work of Argentinian artist Miga de pan . We really hope you will enjoy our selection. It would be a pleasure to welcome you!
As we would like to surprise you all you the time, we will change our exhibitions from time to time or/ and add beautiful new pieces.
Of course from STUDIO OINK as well.
Mo - Thu 10 - 18
Georg- Schumann Straße 132 04155 Leipzig
We would love to thank everybody who joined our exhibition in Milan last week and stayed with us during the Design Week at Salone Mobile 2016. Thank you so much for all the positive feedback and encouragement! It was such a great experience for us and we would like to share some memories of our exhibition, our project and our stay in Milan with you.
Find more information about our project here.
Slowly things are taking shape and we finished our workspace in the front space and the typography on the shop window is fixed. Everything is painted now and we are nearly finished with the gallery and studio space. We hope to be able to open our gallery for you in the beginning of May. It will be very exciting, so let's stay tuned!
STUDIO OINK creative lab will be part of Salone del Mobile 2016 in Lambrate. Their project "Design with the Unknown" is a collaboration with British artist Aimee Bollu.
STUDIO OINK has created a small collection of unrecognisable objects, in cooperation with Aimee Bollu. The design process was based around the structure of the unknown; the two design studios have never met, interacting with each other only through social media. Found materials from each other’s cities were collected, traded and consumed by the other, with the outcomes nestling alongside each other in the completed collection. A series of challenges underpin the calm collection of objects. Working with another individual’s material of choice leads one to design for the other, whilst instilling his or her own aesthetic and approach to the object. There are familiar connections between each designer and their found objects, and new influences made for their counterpart. The parts made are used to ponder and question, to refer to the uncertainty in life. Materials assemble, stack and connect. Concoctions of wood, glass and porcelain perform alongside curious pieces of plastic, sponge or other found matter. The resulting collection identifies the aesthetic of both sides in their meticulous and neat approach to design and effortlessly explores connections between strangers, through their ability to connect with objects. Unaware of each other’s progress and designs, the final gathering of pieces alludes to a similar approach to thinking. The resulting transformations of materials alter and exist as new hybrids for collaboration; they are an assemblage of functionless products tied by their selection for unassuming or unknown beauty.
Design with the unknown was an exploration of unfamiliar territory for materials, processes, and people. Creating in different countries, time zones, ideals and expectations, our only common language is the unknown.
Design with the unknown; a collection of objects formed from materials found, collected, traded and consumed by the other designer to inform the creative process and intercept STUDIO OINK and Aimee Bollu’s customary approach to design. Our common language is the unknown, our objects are unidentified.
FIND OUR EXHIBTION AT VENTURA LAMBRATE, VIA PRIVATA OSLAVIA 1, CAMPER BUILDING 2/3, LEFT TO THE ENTRANCE