Martina Brassel is a Swiss graphic designer working independently with her own studio in Zurich since 2016. Her work focuses on editorial and book design as well as visual identities and websites for national and international clients most often in the fields of the arts, architecture and design.

She’s currently working, inter alia, on the design for a book about Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, published by Steidl, the English edition of Jacqueline Burckhardt’s “commedia dell’arte” and a publication about the Swiss Post’s art collection.

STUDIO

Martina Brassel, Graphic Design
Birmensdorferstrasse 400
8055 Zürich
Switzerland

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previous positions

Teaching Assistant, Zurich University of the Arts ZHdK, Dep. Visual Communication, 2015–2020
Designer at Studio Marie Lusa, Zürich 2012–2015
BA in Visual Communication, Zurich University of the Arts, 2012

AWARDS

DAM Architectural Book Award: Baku. Oil And Urbanism
DAM Architectural Book Award: Toward a Concrete Utopia
DAM Architectural Book Award: African Modernism (with Studio Marie Lusa)
Gold medal Best Art Book FILAF d’Or: African Modernism (with Studio Marie Lusa)
Most Beautiful Swiss Books: African Modernism (with Studio Marie Lusa)
Most Beautiful Swiss Books: Gustave Courbet (with Studio Marie Lusa)
Richard Schlagmann Art Book Award: Toward a Concrete Utopia


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