Wolfgang Tolk

Wolfgang Tolk

He studied at Braunschweig School of Art (Hochschule für Bildende Künste
Braunschweig) and in 1981 he moved to the Academy of Fine Arts of Düsseldorf
to Prof. Gerhard Hoehme. Tolk designed the halogen lamp MINIMUM, in primal collaboration with Ingo Maurer, presented in several European museums. Since

1990, beside his work as an artist, he realised prototypes of clear minimalist linear objects, mostly in stainless steel and wood. His works were exhibited in Cologne,

Chicago, Milan and Kortrjik (Belgium).

Tolk starts working with Porro in 1999 with Load-it. It is one of the most requested piece of Porro collection. With its essential and clear form it joins the production
philosophy of Porro factory. Now Tolk is living in Cologne.