A Working Space

Valentin Loellman is a product designer who graduated in 2009 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Maastricht. His studio space is particularly beautiful – a private sanctuary filled to the brim with plant life. I can imagine it’s great for the stimulation of creativity.

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. “

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One Response to A Working Space

  1. katsasleep says:

    Ooooooh this, this space, Covet covet, aaahhh!

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