Lupo Burtscher is made up of a group of people who reflect on, examine and plan projects of design and visual communication for public and private space, as well as virtual, editorial, urban and exhibition space. The studio places itself as mediator between the client’s ideas and contextual necessity, starting from the understanding that every line drawn is the origin of change.
The new theatre season is here! The paintings of the artist Esther Stocker characterise the visual identity of this season
You can see the first posters of the season 2018-2019 in the public space of Bolzano and the season brochures have been distributed. Starting in September, the Vereinigte Bühnen Bozen will inform in detail about their productions for the upcoming season. This year’s visual identity is characterised by the grid structures in Esther Stocker’s white, black and grey works that relate three-dimensional space and surface. The artist’s paintings will accompany the communication of the entire theatre season 2018-2019.
A project for urban change and for the transformation of neighborhoods
Angelika Burtscher is since several weeks part of the project team of Metamorphosis Merano. Merano is one of the six cities which take part in the three year long EU-project. Metamorphosis starts from the premise that when a neighbourhood has many children on its public spaces, this is a major indicator that it is well designed as a sustainable neighbourhood. The word sustainability itself is already inseparably combined with children as it implicates “designed for the next generation”.
On Saturday, March 24 the exhibition Serie Imperiale inaugurated in Bazzano. It is the first work by Flavio Favelli for his home valley Valsamoggia curated by Elisa del Prete and Silvia Litardi. The work consists of three stages (“pittura”, “strappo”, “otturazione”) that constitute the central motif around which the visual identity by Lupo Burtscher develops. Read more