Studio Bramesfeld is the design practice by the independent German graphic designer Wibke Bramesfeld (she/her), with a base in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

Wibke Bramesfeld ('92) studied at the Peter Behrens School of Arts in Düsseldorf (2012—2016) and received her MA from the department 'Information Design‘ at Design Academy Eindhoven in 2019.

The studio focuses mainly on book design, visual communication and identities, mainly in the broad field of the cultural sector. The work approach is not only to create a purely beautiful design but also convey the individual content in taking graphic, typography color and materials into consideration. Always with the eager to expand, learn and grow. Especially when designing printed matters, the outside and inside of the book have to correspond. Information have to be transformed into visual images and make them general accessible.

Feel free to send an email for business inquiries or collaborations at hi@bramesfeld.com.
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latest publications
Design Academy Eindhoven Graduation Catalogue 2021
Archiprix 2021, The Best Dutch Graduation Projects Architecture, Urbanism, Landscape Architecture, 2021, nai010
What Bungalows Can Tell, Paoletta Holst, Brigita Murti, Mira Asriningtyas (eds.), 2021, Onomatopee
CriticALL!, Joannette van der Veer (ed.), 2021, Onomatopee
Design in conservative times, Joannette van der Veer (ed.), 2020, Onomatopee
Social Matter, Social Design, Jan Boelen & Michael Kaethler (eds.), 2020, Valiz
Co-Machines, ON/OFF architecture (ed.), 2020, Onomatopee
Recipes for the Future, Lene ter Haar, Valérie-Anne Houppermans, Astrid Kaminski, Beate Gerlings (eds.), 2020, Onomatopee
Post - the Poster, Wibke Bramesfeld, Freek Lomme (eds.), 2020, Onomatopee

Exhibition Design
Archiprix 2021 in Gallery 6 at Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam. 05/06/2021—29/08/2021

various
MFA Thesis Review at Boston University, invited by Christopher Sleboda, 2021
Interview Chambre Fluide Magazine, 2021
Presentation to students of the Pulication Class at Boston University, invited by Christopher Sleboda, 2020
Kriegskinder, Design made in Germany, 2016

selected clients
Archiprix, Design Academy Eindhoven, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Marc O’Polo, nai010 publishers, Onomatopee Projects, PrintRoom, Valiz