"My studio space is a small old factory with four floors divided into several different trial-and-error spaces. It’s easy to get lost there, which gives me a sense of freedom. It has a forthright character yet is still flexible enough to allow different dynamics and atmospheres. I always search for a hidden silent studio, so that we can concentrate on our work, isolated in our own bubble.The space gives me energy and potential. I like the fact that it doesn’t just belong to me, it only needs another member of our team to walk in with some cardboard and a table, and something new will begin."