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Born in 1977, Tillmann Lauterbach is an artist and a circular designer. Between 2006 and 2015, Lauterbach’s fashion collections were showcased at boutiques like l’Eclaireur in Paris, H Lorenzo in Los Angeles, and Dover Street Market in London, Tokyo, and New York. He was a LVMH Prize finalist and has collaborated with brands, including Asics Japan (signature shoe), Dover Street Market (COMME des GARÇONS) Japan, and personalities, such as Olafur Eliasson, Wataru Komachi, and Sven Väth. 

In 2017, he founded the circular lifestyle brand REVERB for the JNBY Group, China’s most advanced eco-brand on the market. In his capacity as circular designer, Lauterbach contributed, among others, to Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Circular Design for Fashion publication and the Redress Design Award in Hong Kong. In 2020, he designed the first brand collaboration in the history of the Shaolin monastery for the Chinese brand Xtep. 

In 2021–22, together with Victoria Pignatelli and Tommaso Foggini, he co-founded the design collective Ultra Solid dedicated to EU habitat conservation. 

Apart from design, Lauterbach is also active in visual arts. His creations include found-objects sculpture, collage, and painting, blending circularity, art and design, which were featured in several group exhibitions: Gallery P:C: Neumann during Art Basel (2007), the Galerie Lafayette in Paris (2008), Gallery Gordon Pym, Paris (2009), King Kong Magazine x Marsel in Milan (2022) and Gallery Kühlraum in Vienna, Austria. 

Tillmann Lauterbach’s path is that of an artist, a seeker, a believer, a punk, a lover and a dreamer.

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