Ilke Penzlien is a furniture and interior designer with a studio in Berlin Mitte. Working in the range of furniture design, research and consulting, her approach is to develop a wholistic vision for a customized interior, considering a sensitive insight for the client’s personal style and needs. Being an expert in 20th century design, she also curates design exhibitions and consults private collections.
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In Order of Appearance, an exhibition of 20th century chairs curated by Ilke Penzlien, Jacksons Design Gallery Berlin, 2012
Product Design, in collaboration with Sandra Thomsen. The fluo bag is a homage to the simplicity, aesthetics and function of the common pastic shopping bag. The disposable bag is transformed into a long-lasting product made of fine calf leather. The bag gained international recognition, carried in shops like Andreas Murkudis (Berlin), MoMa Museumshop (New York), Ooga Booga (Los Angeles) and Tanit (Tokio).
The sideboard provides space for a large CD, DVD & record collection and also functions as a bench. The furniture is composed of three parts with a total length of 6 meters. The pieces can be arranged separately or stacked. It is made of Multiplex covered with light grey linoleum. The compartments inside can be changed in size and order according to the library’s content.
The shelf was designed for the Wolfen Studio and is made of solid oak strips and a hidden rail for clothes.
Kitchen furniture, private apartment