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VITA


2019-2020 Lausanne
master in advanced studies: design for
luxury & craftmanship at écal

2019 Frankfurt am Main
freelance work 

2014-2019 Darmstadt
diploma in industrial design at University
of Applied Sciences Darmstadt

2018 London
six month internship at Bodo Sperlein Ltd.

2014/15 Mainz
six month internship at Metallik GmbH
(metall working shop)

2014 Wiesbaden
Abitur at Humboldt-School

2013 Bad Nauheim
two month internship at Milch & Zucker AG

VITA


2019-2020 Lausanne
master in advanced studies: design for luxury &
craftmanship at écal

2019 Frankfurt am Main
freelance work 

2014-2019 Darmstadt
diploma in industrial design at University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt

2018 London
six month internship at
Bodo Sperlein Ltd.

2014/15 Mainz
six month internship at Metallik GmbH (metall working shop)

2014 Wiesbaden
Abitur at Humboldt-School

2013 Bad Nauheim
two month internship at Milch & Zucker AG

VITA


2019-2020 Lausanne
master in advanced studies: design for
luxury & craftmanship at écal

2019 Frankfurt am Main
freelance work 

2014-2019 Darmstadt
diploma in industrial design at University
of Applied Sciences Darmstadt

2018 London
six month internship at Bodo Sperlein Ltd.

2014/15 Mainz
six month internship at Metallik GmbH
(metall working shop)

2014 Wiesbaden
Abitur at Humboldt-School

2013 Bad Nauheim
two month internship at Milch & Zucker AG

Every innovation has arisen from the desire to go beyond the limits of what is necessary.
Design should always push the limits
of what is possible to create situations
that are eternally treasured.

Every innovation has arisen from
the desire to go beyond the limits of what is necessary.
Design should always push the limits of what is possible
to create situations that are
eternally treasured.

Every innovation has arisen from the desire to go beyond the limits of what is necessary. Design should always push the limits of what is possible to create situations that are eternally treasured.

Every innovation has arisen from the desire to go beyond the limits of what is necessary. Design should always push the limits of what is possible to create situations that are eternally treasured.

The object always stands in relation to the subject and the space surrounding it.
Within my work I therefore try to deal more with the effect of space and see
the experience of the individual as the central focus of the design. Although I come from industrial design, I don't think that design in today's society should be limited to the production of products that are easy to produce. It serves to communicate, to dream,
to sound out boundaries and to cross them. Art, architecture, fashion, typography, graphic design, UX, industrial design: all of this comes from human creation. Due to my studies in Darmstadt, I feel committed to the idea of the "Gesamtkunstwerk" of art nouveau and I would like to experience all fields of creative work.

Technology plays an important role in my design, as it also pushes me to cross borders.
It enables designers to create new design possibilities and changes our society in the long term. The digital age has had an extreme influence on my design and how I work.
But the greatest enrichment of this time is that it has given people completely new and unimaginable possibilities for interaction. It influences the experience of the product
as well as the integration of the individual and advertising.

Since my time in London and working for Bodo Sperlein, the luxury industry has a special meaning for me. This time has had a lasting influence on my world of thought
and my demands on design, which is why I decided to study my Advanced Master in
Design for Luxury & Craftmanship. In today's world, far too many products are manufactured whose life span is limited. Objects and situations should always be designed in such a way that the user learns to appreciate them on a transcendent level. They should have such a high value in a person's life that it is cultivated out of an intrinsic motivation and preserved for generations. Luxury is the pinnacle of
human creativity and we should all work to make this experience more democratic
for our society. 

The object always stands in relation to the subject and the space surrounding it. Within my work I therefore try to deal more with the effect of space and see the experience of the individual as the central focus of the design. Although I come from industrial design, I don't think that design in today's society should be limited to the production of products that are easy to produce. It serves to communicate, to dream, to sound out boundaries and to cross them. Art, architecture, fashion, typography, graphic design, UX, industrial design: all of this comes from human creation. Due to my studies in Darmstadt, I feel committed to the idea of the "Gesamtkunstwerk" of art nouveau and I would like to experience all fields of creative work.

Technology plays an important role in my design, as it also pushes me to cross borders. It enables designers to create new design possibilities and changes our society in the long term. The digital age has had an extreme influence on my design and how I work. But the greatest enrichment of this time is that it has given people completely new and unimaginable possibilities for interaction. It influences the experience of the product as well as the integration of the individual and advertising.

Since my time in London and working for Bodo Sperlein, the luxury industry has a special meaning for me. This time has had a lasting influence on my world of thought and my demands on design, which is why I decided to study my Advanced Master in Design for Luxury & Craftmanship. In today's world, far too many products are manufactured whose life span is limited. Objects and situations should always be designed in such a way that the user learns to appreciate them on a transcendent level. They should have such a high value in a person's life that it is cultivated out of an intrinsic motivation and preserved for generations. Luxury is the pinnacle of human creativity and we should all work to make this experience more democratic for our society. 

The object always stands in relation to the subject and the space surrounding it. Within my work I therefore try to deal more with the effect of space and see the experience of the individual as the central focus of the design. Although I come from industrial design, I don't think that design in today's society should be limited to the production of products that are easy to produce. It serves to communicate, to dream, to sound out boundaries and to cross them. Art, architecture, fashion, typography, graphic design, UX, industrial design: all of this comes from human creation. Due to my studies in Darmstadt, I feel committed to the idea of the "Gesamtkunstwerk" of art nouveau and I would like to experience all fields of creative work.

Technology plays an important role in my design, as it also pushes me to cross borders. It enables designers to create new design possibilities and changes our society in the long term. The digital age has had an extreme influence on my design and how I work. But the greatest enrichment of this time is that it has given people completely new and unimaginable possibilities for interaction. It influences the experience of the product as well as the integration of the individual and advertising.

Since my time in London and working for Bodo Sperlein, the luxury industry has a special meaning for me. This time has had a lasting influence on my world of thought and my demands on design, which is why I decided to study my Advanced Master in Design for Luxury & Craftmanship. In today's world, far too many products are manufactured whose life span is limited. Objects and situations should always be designed in such a way that the user learns to appreciate them on a transcendent level. They should have such a high value in a person's life that it is cultivated out of an intrinsic motivation and preserved for generations. Luxury is the pinnacle of human creativity and we should all work to make this experience more democratic for our society. 

The object always stands in relation to the subject and the space surrounding it. Within my work I therefore try to deal more with the effect of space and see the experience of the individual as the central focus of the design. Although I come from industrial design, I don't think that design in today's society should be limited to the production of products that are easy to produce. It serves to communicate, to dream, to sound out boundaries and to cross them. Art, architecture, fashion, typography, graphic design, UX, industrial design: all of this comes from human creation. Due to my studies
in Darmstadt, I feel committed to the idea of the "Gesamtkunstwerk" of art nouveau and I would like to experience all fields of creative work.

Technology plays an important role in my design, as it also pushes me to cross borders. It enables designers to create new design possibilities and changes our society in the long term. The digital age has had an extreme influence on my design and how I work.
But the greatest enrichment of this time is that it has given people completely new and unimaginable possibilities for interaction. It influences the experience of the product as well as the integration of the individual and advertising.

Since my time in London and working for Bodo Sperlein, the luxury industry has a special meaning for me. This time has had a lasting influence on my world of thought and my demands on design, which is why I decided to study my Advanced Master in Design for Luxury & Craftmanship. In today's world, far too many products are manufactured whose life span is limited. Objects and situations should always be designed in such a way that the user learns to appreciate them on a transcendent level. They should have such a high value in a person's life that it is cultivated out of an intrinsic motivation and preserved for generations. Luxury is the pinnacle of human creativity and we should all work to make this experience more democratic for our society. 

The object always stands in relation to the subject and the space surrounding it. Within my work I therefore try to deal more with the effect of space and see the experience of the individual as the central focus of the design. Although I come from industrial design, I don't think that design in today's society should be limited to the production of products that are easy to produce. It serves to communicate, to dream, to sound out boundaries and to cross them. Art, architecture, fashion, typography, graphic design, UX, industrial design: all of this comes from human creation. Due to my studies in Darmstadt, I feel committed to the idea of the "Gesamtkunstwerk" of art nouveau and I would like to experience all fields of creative work.

Technology plays an important role in my design, as it also pushes me to cross borders. It enables designers to create new design possibilities and changes our society in the long term. The digital age has had an extreme influence on my design and how I work.
But the greatest enrichment of this time is that it has given people completely new and unimaginable possibilities for interaction. It influences the experience of the product as well as the integration of the individual and advertising.

Since my time in London and working for Bodo Sperlein, the luxury industry has a special meaning for me. This time has had a lasting influence on my world of thought and my demands on design, which is why I decided to study my Advanced Master in Design for Luxury & Craftmanship. In today's world, far too many products are manufactured whose life span is limited. Objects and situations should always be designed in such a way that the user learns to appreciate them on a transcendent level. They should have such a high value in a person's life that it is cultivated out of an intrinsic motivation and preserved for generations. Luxury is the pinnacle of human creativity and we should all work to make this experience more democratic for our society. 

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Ostpreußenstraße 52b 
65207 Wiesbaden

info@luca-gruber.de

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Ostpreußenstraße 52b 
65207 Wiesbaden

info@luca-gruber.de

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Ostpreußenstraße 52b 
65207 Wiesbaden

info@luca-gruber.de

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Objects, Spaces, Situations

Creating magical moments in the tension between art, architecture and design through a deep understanding of social-cultural correlations. 

Objects, Spaces, Situations

Creating magical moments in the tension between art, architecture and design through a deep understanding of social-cultural correlations. 

Objects, Spaces, Situations

Creating magical moments in the tension between art, architecture and design through a deep understanding of social-cultural correlations. 

Objects, Spaces, Situations

Creating magical moments in the tension between art, architecture and design through a deep understanding of social-cultural correlations. 

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