Lennart Ebert

Lennart Ebert is a graduated designer and trained joiner from Düsseldorf, Germany. He mainly works on drafts for furniture and lighting in his studio. His design takes focus on sustainable aesthetics and bases on material-immanent properties.

He precisely reviews a product's aesthetic, practical and semantic function to question and rethink it. Interdisciplinary observations serve him as inspiration for function, form and colouring. In addition to his designs, he works as a designer at studio Kaschkasch in Cologne.

Interview with Lennart Ebert

I have always been very interested in how we interact with the things around us daily and how their design influences our lives. After completing my training as a carpenter, I studied design to create items for everyday life myself.

My designs are always about the balance of formal aesthetics, practical function, and rational manufacturing. Most importantly, I aim to create a product with this balance that does not follow fleeting trends but is durable and, therefore, sustainable through its aesthetics and functionality.

These can be very diverse things. Often, they are everyday observations in nature or the urban environment. Moreover, I find it very interesting to talk with others about how they use things daily.

One must learn to deal with setbacks and constantly strive to reflect on one's work approach openly and honestly.

Sustainability is a significant factor for me, and it is a complex topic. For me, it is not only about the production of a product but also about its lifespan, which results from its aesthetic, functional, and qualitative durability.

You shouldn't take yourself too seriously.

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