Architecture & design

The future of design: Reisinger Studio’s ethereal rendered environments

Andrés Reisinger (1990) is truly a jack of all trades, working as a multidisciplinary artist and director, as well as in product, interior and 3D graphic design.

The Argentinian-born artist works under the name Reisinger Studio, and from his base in Barcelona, works alongside numerous clients to create one-of-a-kind virtual environments.

Reisinger Studio has 12 years of experience in creating and forming worlds in collaboration with interior and furniture designers, including Italian designers Patricia Urquiola and Cassina, New-York-based designer and artist Studio Proba, research and design lab Space 10, and Swedish design-giant IKEA. Alongside his work in interiors and furniture, Reisigner Studio has worked alongside a number of formidable global brands such as Microsoft, Nike, Samsung, Massimo Dutti, Rimowa, Uniqlo, Bloomberg and Verizon, all the while working on personal projects and art installations.

With more and more interdisciplinary artists around the world using virtual environments to aid their design, we take a look at five of our favourite projects by Reisinger Studio.

1. Plastic Rain (2018)

2. A Journey into the Electric Nature (2020)

 

3. Summer House, Spain (2019)

 

4. Related House (2018)

 

5. An Exercise in Creating Space (in collaboration with Carlos Neda, 2019)

With a long list of shows and exhibitions, and an impressive number of awards – notably being selected as one of Forbes “30 under 30” Europe in 2020 – already under the young designer’s belt, it is safe to say that Reisinger Studio is not just one to watch, but has already begun to make his mark on the diverse landscape of digital design.

 

Discover more of the talented artist’s’ work at reisinger.studio, or on Instagram @reisingerandres and @reisinger.studio.

 

Source all images: Reisinger Studio

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