Mirko Borsche founded his graphic design studio in 2007. Renowned for its versatility, the studio’s signature design is a content-driven approach based on the idea of design as a source for learning, understanding and joy.
Its creative output comprises design and communication consultancy and commissioned work of all genres for clients from the fields of culture and business as well as original works within the scope of art, subculture and design that have been shown in single and group exhibitions in several countries.
The studio's portfolio contains classic print media (newspapers, magazines, books, catalogues, posters, typefaces and identities) as well as websites, music videos, art films, and exhibition, product and fashion design. It has produced work for Die Zeit magazine, kitchen manufacturer bulthaup, BMW and Nike.
All our talks are for free (whether you are a member or not), held in english, at the auditorium of the MUDAM (the "Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean") in Luxembourg.
Monobloc tells the story of the best-selling piece of furniture of all time. Estimates claim there are a billion of these cheap plastic chairs in use all over the world. This unassuming chair threatens our environment and good taste but is indispensable for millions of people to whom a chair is a chair and nothing more. This is the tale of an object viewed through a critical eye on globalisation - a story that spans functionality and beauty, capitalism and sharing, consumption and recycling.