Wolfgang Tolk

He attended University of Fine Arts in Braunschweig (Hochschule für Bildende Künste) and in 1981 went on to the Düsseldorf Fine Arts Academy.

He designed the halogen lamp Minimum which was later refined in collaboration with Ingo Maurer, presented in various European museums and included in the collection of the Museum of Applied Arts in Cologne in 1989. In the same year he founded the label studio tolk Cologne.

Since 1990 over and above his activities as an artist, he has been designing and developing prototypes of minimalist and linear objects, mostly in steel and wood. He has exhibited in many cities all over Europe, often several times among others at Walther König in Cologne.
He works together with numerous Italian companies such as Allglass, Boffi, Cappellini, Porro and Living Divani.
For Boffi he designed the Flat kap hood in 2002.

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