Today content is often treated as a commodity and design as solely applying style to anything. But it is the stories you tell and how you express them what makes you unique.
Studio Lorenz Tschopp (SLT) is a design practice working at the intersection of visual identity, information design and editorial design. At its foundation lies the believe that content and how it is expressed by the means of design are deeply interconnected. The work is delivered across all points of communication: digital, environmental and printed.
Approach
SLT developes concept driven design tuned to the particular content and informed by the specific context. We further believe that effective design is best achieved in a committed relationship with our clients.
Contact
Since 2016 the studio is based in Zurich, Switzerland.

Sihlquai 131
8005 Zurich
Switzerland
+41 79 885 52 56
lt@lorenztschopp.com
About Lorenz Tschopp
Lorenz Tschopp is a designer and art director. He studied visual communication at the University of the Arts in Bern, Switzerland.
Upon completing his studies Lorenz worked for the Frankfurt based company Surface before moving to London to join Nick Bell Design – a design studio mainly focusing on graphic design for architectural situations (signage and exhibition design). After he went on to join the Anglo-Swiss cross-media company Jannuzzi Smith before working at TGG, a company with an international reputation for typographic excellence.
Lorenz worked for clients such as the Vienna Künstlerhaus, the Victoria and Albert Museum, The National Portrait Gallery, Wellcome Collection (Wellcome Trust), The Institution of Structural Engineers, Film festival Locarno, The Royal Collage of Art or The Forsythe Company . More recently he worked for clients such as The Swiss Federal Office of Culture, Gottfried Keller-Stiftung, the publisher Niggli and the Federal Art Collection – the largest collection of Art and Design from Switzerland. He further collaborated with various artist or architects such as Casson Mann or Holzer Kobler Architekturen.
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