ZWEIDREI is a multidisciplinary group of collaborators devoted to media-architecture and design.
The studio creates dynamic multi-sensorial solutions based on artistic, spacial, visual and tactile research and a coherent strategy believing that strong ideas form the basis for a relevant and unique design vocabulary.
Just like a prism refracts white light into a rainbow, ZWEIDREI breaks down every brief to it’s essential parts in order to make it’s full potential spectrum usable. The studio filters and focuses the relevant potentials and qualities of each project to create innovative and unconventional solutions in a new contemporary form, spanning all media from paper to space and beyond.
This leads to unexpected concepts that often go beyond the scope of the actual brief and positively affect and enhance the final goal of each project, whether it is visual communication, art installations, architecture, interior, exterior or graphic design.
ApproachZWEIDREI is an ever-growing collective of creatives sharing the same vision. In interdisciplinary solutions that are no longer static or bound to any medium but interactive and responsive, tangible and dynamic.
The studio provides an environment wherein creative individuals from various artistic areas share their thoughts and knowledge to develop new ways of communication aiming to blend their complementary influences from fine arts, architecture, design and new media into what is called »mediaarchitecture«.
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