works as a multidisciplinary designer. In his work, he explores the interaction of colour and architectural space.
His practice Studio Enzo Zak Lux creates spatial and communicative designs for exhibition spaces as well as commercial and private environments. His clients include Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz, carlier | gebauer berlin madrid and more.

Enzo Zak Lux studied product design at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design and the Berlin Weißensee School of Art. During his studies he worked for Studio Werner Aisslinger and e15.

In summer semester 2022, together with Marcel Strauß he is conducting the workshop "I can (not) tell you a colour is good or bad" at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design.

Since 2022, Enzo Zak Lux is a scholarship holder of the
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in the field of design.

Selected Exhibitions and Talks

Selected Press



Series of Vase Objects


I have never been to New York. 
Yet there is probably no other city in the world that fascinates me so much and attracts me so magically. There is no other place I have dreamed of so often. So many things that have shaped me originate in this city, or at least were shaped by it.
 The sunlight that is reflected in the glass facades of the skyscrapers during the day, on which neon signs flicker colourfully at night.
 And in the streets between the buildings you can find jazz, art and voguing.

My desire for this city is so strong that I want to bundle it into objects.
 The Manhattan Series is a group of rhythmically dancing, shrilly colored figures with corners and edges that change their character depending on perspective. They embody the city, because what would the city be without people and buildings.

Manhattan is a new group of works that continues my ongoing exploration of the dialogue between space and colour.
 The series of vase objects finds inspiration in archetypal appearances of metropolitan architecture. Bays and recesses in façades that constantly create new spaces of light and shadow, colour surfaces that are in dialogue with each other and, depending on the angle of view, form ever new compositions of harmony and contrast.

All objects are single pieces made of clay, formed by hand and painted in my studio in Kreuzberg.
Manhattan comes in three sizes: Downtown, Midtown and Uptown.