Germans Ermics2
Germans Ermičs (b. 1985) is a Latvian designer, who lives and works in Amsterdam. For the past few years, Ermičs has crafted refined and ethereal pieces of glass furniture with exquisite chromatic expressions. Like the minimalists of California’s Light and Space Movement, Ermičs explores the field of color and materials to catalyze a shift in how we perceive objects and space. After studying design in Denmark, he carried out an internship at the Rasmus Koch Studio (Copenhagen) where he developed his skills in graphic design. In 2007, he co-founded the Latvian culture magazine Veto, serving as art director, while studying at the Design Academy Eindhoven in the department Man & Living, where his primary focus was on furniture and interiors. In 2014, he founded his own studio in Amsterdam. Ermičs was awarded the Wallpaper* Design Awards in 2017 and 2018, and has realized important site-specific installations and collaborations with Instagram and Bang & Olufsen, among others. Ermičs’ works have been exhibited worldwide in museums such as Toyama Museum of Art & Design, Japan, and Designmuseum Danmark.


Side by Side, Danish Museum of Art & Design, Copenhagen
Retina, kim?, Riga
Morphosis, Schloss Hollenegg, Hollenegg
Talisman, Palazzo Clerici, Milan
Rossana Orlandi, Salone del Mobile, Milan
International Summer School of Design, Riga

RGA Rocket, Miami
Gallery S. Bensimon, Paris
Design Parade 11, Villa Noailles, Hyères
Sight Unseen Offsite, New York
Rossana Orlandi, Salone del Mobile, Milan

Mint, Londond design festival, London
Gallery S. Bensimon, Paris
Favoris #01 curated by Moustache, Paris
Dutch Invertuals, D’Days, Paris
Dutch Design Exhibition, Beirut Design Week, Beirut
Rossana Orlandi, Salone del Mobile, Milan
Dutch Invertuals, Salone del Mobile, Milan

Eat Drink Design, Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven
Mint, Londond design festival, London
50, Salone del Mobile, Milan
Rossana Orlandi, Salone del Mobile, Milan
JUSTMAD, contemporary artfair, Madrid

Graduation Galleries, Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven

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