Gitta Gschwendtner's design consultancy includes furniture, interior, exhibition design and public art for arts, cultural and corporate clients.
The studio specializes in a 'tailor made' approach to design. Each project is carefully researched and every solution is an individual response to the project`s particular needs. The designs have narrative at their heart and are derived from careful problem solving rather than styling.

 

Projects include:

Exhibition design for 'The Fabric of India' at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; permanent exhibition design for 'Medicine Man' and 'Medicine Now' at Wellcome Collection, London and public realm design for Osiers Gate, London.

Clients include:

British Council, Crafts Council, De La Warr Pavillion, Design Museum, DuPont Corian, FreeState, Geffrye Museum, Habitat, Innermost, Mathmos, NHS, OXO Tower, Peugeot, Purves & Purves, Royal College of Art, Science Museum, Somerset House, Sony, Thorsten van Elten, Twentytwentyone, Victoria and Albert Museum, Wellcome Trust and Wieden+Kennedy