about studio daniel mulder
I founded studio daniel mulder – a designstudio for brandarchitecture and experience design – in Berlin in 2015, working for a range of international clients since it’s inception. With an academic background in both interior architecture and photography and work experience in design management, visual merchandising & digital graphics, I set out to create an all-round visual design studio that tells the whole story. At the heart of the studio lies a holistic design approach: by crafting seamless 360° experiences in retail design, digital design and environmental design, it is my objective to operate where brands and people meet. Telling timeless, effective and complete stories for every surface, every human touchpoint, digital or physical.
High end storage company Warehouse Terrada launches into traditional Japanese art supplies. Kengo Kuma designed the stage, highlighting 4200 pigments at the center of the space.
Tastefully non-commercial designer George Nelson designed giant car engine for New York 1964 World Fair.
Every two years Sketch London commissions an artist to make an installation within their restaurant. The artist gets carte blanche in creating a site specific work of art. Most recently, Turner Prize winner David Shirley was commissioned the latest coup.