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.
Gitta Gschwendtner has been included in Wallpaper Magazine’s Power 200: the ranking of the world’s top design names and influencers.
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.