The basic stone of his career as designer was absolved by Samuel Treindl with his apprenticeship as wood turner. His there gained experience while working with wood and natural materials is displayed in many of his products – among them in his “Brache”-collection. This one includes living objects that were made out of branches and sticks.
After his apprenticeship Treindl visited the Munster Academy for Design. In 2009 he graduated here. Soon after, the young designer presented his works on the “young talents” exposition on the Ambiente Fair in Frankfurt. Special honour followed on the Lucky Strike Young Design Award as well as his participation at the Ingolstadt-based design conversations in 2010.
Treindl’s designs are embossed by innovation and young, exciting ideas. Clear lines and modernity simultaneously characterize many of his works. In the year 2012, Treindl’s designed SL28 James Wardrobe for Konstantin Slawinsky has been honoured with the interior innovation award.
Website by Samuel Treindl