My great passion for the minimalist and straightforward design concepts of the famous Bauhaus School is often present in my textile works. The core of the revolutionary Bauhaus philosophy was to unite art and craft from different disciplines in a lively school of ideas and make it accessible to everyone – including women, which was by no means a matter of course around 1919.

When I’m out and about in a city, I come across geometric shapes and abstract motifs everywhere. I am particularly interested in urban architecture, the details of modern structures and façades of glass, concrete and steel, the three-dimensional perspectives of windows, doors, staircases and walls and the play of light reflections and shadows in the urban canyons of smaller and major cities around the globe.