We develop innovative interior and architectural concepts and create immersive experiences.
We are Wolfram and Tilman Glatz: two brothers with more than 20 years of experience in the worlds of art, architecture, and design. Based in Heidelberg and Berlin, we develop sophisticated, functional design solutions and create meaningful spaces and moments. With backgrounds in architecture, scenography and creative direction, we are a multidisciplinary duo that develops holistic concepts. From the initial vision to the planning stage to implementation, we guide our projects every step of the way and bring immersive experiences to life.
We develop innovative interior and architectural concepts and create immersive experiences.
We are Wolfram and Tilman Glatz: two brothers with more than 20 years of experience in the worlds of art, architecture, and design. Based in Heidelberg and Berlin, we develop sophisticated, functional design solutions and create meaningful spaces and moments. With backgrounds in architecture, scenography and creative direction, we are a multidisciplinary duo that develops holistic concepts. From the initial vision to the planning stage to implementation, we guide our projects every step of the way and bring immersive experiences to life.
Wolfram Glatz
Born in Heidelberg in 1978, Wolfram studied scenography at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design. In 1999, he cofounded the agency Atelier Kontrast and in 2002, he opened the venue halle_02 in Heidelberg. Wolfram has been involved with numerous international projects in the worlds of art, fashion, and design. His areas of activity have included corporate design, editorial design, show direction, stage design, and interior design. He was Creative Director of the Reykjavik Fashion Festival from 2012 to 2015. His portfolio of clients includes brands such as LVMH, Würth, Siemens, and L’Oréal. After working together on different projects, he partnered with his brother Tilman to form Glatz&Glatz in 2019.
Tilman Glatz
Born in Heidelberg in 1984, Tilman studied architecture at Fachhochschule Darmstadt and the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland in Basel. After graduating with an MA in Architecture, he began his career at Bachelard Wagner Architects in Basel, Switzerland. He worked on a number of different projects there, including the Humanitas nursing home in Riehen, Switzerland, and also participated in various competitions. In 2017, he moved to Berlin and has since realized a number of different projects in Germany and Switzerland.