(*1992) is a product and exhibition designer based in Berlin, Germany. Whilst studying product design at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design, Lux had an internship as a Designer for Studio Werner Aisslinger and E15. After graduating with a Bachelor’s in Product Design from Kunsthochschule Weißensee in Berlin, Lux spent two years working as a freelance exhibition designer for Kunsthalle Bielefeld. In 2017 Lux was Nominee and Finalist of the Pure Talents Contest at IMM Cologne Furniture Fair for his work Pico Balla, which was also on display at Modus Möbel GmbH Berlin and The Amazing Crocodile Design Store Berlin. Lux’s aim is to investigate the perception and physical effect of colour in relation to matter and space to develop methods for the systematic use of colour in various design processes.

Selected Exhibitions and Talks

  • 2020
    3 Jun

    SprechenÜber. Talk together with Marcel Strauß, Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin

  • 2020
    20 Jan

    Crossroads. Creative Talks. Soho House Berlin

  • 2019
    6 – 7 Jul

    Rundgang Kunsthochschule Berlin Weißensee

  • 2018
    15 Jun – 9 Aug

    Chatboullette at City Gallery des Kunstverein Wolfsburg

  • 2018
    14 – 15 Jul

    Rundgang Kunsthochschule Berlin Weißensee

  • 2018
    29 Mar – 1 Apr

    Pico Balla at Modus Möbel GmbH, Berlin

  • 2017
    22 – 24 Jul

    Rundgang Kunsthochschule Berlin Weißensee

  • 2017
    7 Jul – 3 Sep

    Pico Balla at The Amazing Crocodile Design Store, Berlin

  • 2017
    19 May – 29 Oct

    Food Revolution 5.0, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg

  • 2017
    16 – 22 Jan

    imm cologne, Nominee of Pure Talents 2017 Contest

  • 2016
    14 – 16 Jul

    Sommerloch, Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design

  • 2016
    13 Jul

    Pico Balla at Leuis Leu, Karlsruhe

  • 2015
    29 Aug – 1 Sep

    Cortina at Tendence, Frankfurt am Main

Selected Press


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Kunsthalle Bielefeld
«Bilder einer Sammlung»
Exhibition Design


The exhibition design for the exhibition «Bilder einer Sammlung» was created in summer 2018 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Kunsthalle Bielefeld. As a direct commission of the director of the Kunsthalle, the explicit wish was to develop a temporary colour design for the exhibition to bring out the architecture of the building.

The Kunsthalle was built from 1966 to 1968 by American architect Philip Johnsonand took the title as the earliest museum with contemporary architecture for modern art in post-war Germany. Between September 2018 and February 2019, the exhibition «Bilder einer Sammlung» showed a selection of the intern art collection, which has been growing steadily since 1928. Paintings and sculptures by Baselitz and Beckmann, Palermo and Penck, Richter and Richier, being only few of them, were on display.
The freestanding, monumental stone walls made of red Main sandstone and the identical, flowing ground plan on the first and second exhibition levels make this building undoubtedly one of the most important German museum buildings of post-war modernism.

While many museum buildings allow for a continuous, ever-changing exhibition architecture, the exhibition architecture of the Kunsthalle Bielefeld is firmly defined and so are the image-carrying wall panels. The challenge was to create a design for the fixed surfaces of the walls, so that on one hand a harmony between the surfaces and their new colours would be created and on the other hand the special relationship of the architectures features can be supported.

The chosen colour family refers to the external environment and is intended to reinforce the dissolution of the boundary between the exhibition area and the sculpture park. At the same time, the design is a reaction to a space whose dimension and rhythm are determined by Johnson's monumental stone architecture. The colour intervention creates new spaces in a way that the both exhibition areas on two separate floors are connected to each other.

→ kunsthalle-bielefeld.de
→ Exhibition Catalogue by strobo BM

Figures 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 are under the copyright of and photographed by Philipp Ottendörfer.