The design studio TwoPoints.Net was founded in 2007 with the aim to do exceptional design work. Work that is tailored to the client’s needs, work that excites the client’s customers, work that hasn’t been done before, work that does more than work.
TwoPoints.Net is a small company that thinks big. Not just in terms of international clientele, but with their network as well. This network includes interior designers, architects, musicians, photographers, software developers and writers, among many others.
What do we offer? TwoPoints.Net is a design studio specializing in Flexible Visual Identities for companies, institutions, organizations, events, products and publications. The Visual Identity manifests in stationeries, websites, brochures, books, posters, postcards or even interior design, wayfinding systems and campaigns.→ For anything else, please drop us an email: info(at)twopoints.net
We are based in Hamburg, Berlin and Barcelona, and work with clients everywhere. In the last 10 years we had the pleasure to work with museums such as the Picasso Museum Barcelona (ES), CCCB, Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (ES), institutions like the Helsinki Design Lab (FI), ADI-FAD (ES), Nesta (UK) and Barcelona Cultura (ES), universities like the MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US), Harvard (US), National University of Singapore (SG), Curtin University(AU), Designmatters at the Art Center College of Design (US) and Elisava (ES), publishers such as Gestalten (DE), Viction:ary (HK), Phaidon (UK) and Routledge (US), companies like IBM (US), Aamodt/Plumb (US), Dash Marshall (USA), Vodafone (DE), Volkswagen (DE), MAIO (ES), Banjo Music (ES) and magazines like ESPN (USA), ICON (UK) Page (DE), Novum (DE), Metropolis Magazine (USA) and Quaderns(ES).
→ If you want to be informed about (almost) everything we do, say or show, please follow us on behance, facebook, instagram, tumblr or twitter.→ Do you want to publish our work or make an interview with us? Please be sure to mention which work you want to show and until when you need it. We will try to get back to you as soon as possible.
→ Do you want us to teach a masterclass, workshop or course at your faculty, please drop us an email: info(at)twopoints.net
→ Do you want to know where we teach next, please visit TPN’s design school’s website Design Werkstatt.
→ Do you want to work with us? We are sorry, we do not hire, nor take interns at the moment. Please don’t be disappointed if we do not answer your email. We receive up to five applications a day and just do not manage anymore to answer all of them.
→ For anything else, please drop us an email: info(at)twopoints.net
Contact at Hamburg OfficeLupi AsensioMartin Lorenz
Contact at Barcelona OfficeElio Salichs
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Lupi Asensio graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, specializing in Design, but she studied as well at the KABK in The Hague, specialized in Swiss/German typography at the University of Applied Arts in Darmstadt and did a postgraduate degree in Visual Communication and Cinema Studies at the HFG Offenbach. Lupi Asensio has taught typography, color and visual communication at different design schools, universities and master degrees. During 2007—2009 she became the director of the Graphic Design Master Degree at ELISAVA. In 2007 she founded TwoPoints.Net together with Martin Lorenz with whom she ran as well the Postgraduate Degree in Applied Typography at the Elisava Design School.
Martin Lorenz, Ph.D., might well have become a cook, a comic artist or an architect, were it not for an internship he did at Müller+Volkmann in 1989. Lorenz began to study Communication Design in 1996 at the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt, Germany. After three years there, he moved to the Netherlands to study at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KABK) in The Hague where he graduated in 2001. That same year, Lorenz moved to Frankfurt, where he worked for the next four years as a creative director for the design agency Hort. In 2005, he quit his position to move to Barcelona where he co-founded TwoPoints.Net with Lupi Asensio. After a decade in Barcelona, he moved back to Germany. Lorenz successfully defended his dissertation on flexible visual systems in graphic design at the University of Barcelona in January 2016. In addition to the design studio TwoPoints.Net, Lorenz also co-founded the design school Design Werkstatt, the event series “The Inner Game of Design,” and the art projects “The One Weekend Book Series” and “Julien Martin.” He still likes to cook.
Elio is the son of a graphic designer. Driven by the wish to do something else than his father he started to study Humanities at the University Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. Two years later he was studying Graphic Design. Elio graduated from the Escola Superior d’Art i Disseny La Llotja in 1999. From 2010-11 he did a Master in Advanced Typography at Eina, Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art in Barcelona. After working for 10 years as a graphic designer, art director and creative director at several studios and agencies, he decided in 2010 to go his own way. In 2013 he got in contact with Martin Lorenz and Lupi Asensio through the Design Werkstatt courses. Since then he coordinates and realizes projects for TwoPoints.Net Barcelona and teaches and coordinates courses at Design Werkstatt.
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