Artist and designer in continuous and constant evolution, Linde Burkhardt, over the years has shifted the key points of his work always a little more. At the beginning painting and drawing were integrated by installations that wanted to give the space a rhythm and a structure. Later she was fascinated by the possibility of designing carpets and carpets in series. Later, the desire to design ceramics by combining steel and ceramics in a single project.
The appropriation of urban space as a place of artistic expression, the door to found with the architect Francois Burkhardt in 1968 the group Urbanes Design, with which he creates squares and playgrounds, designs games for children, integrated into the architecture, mobile elements for public meetings and architectural signage. Linde Burkhardt’s works of art are exhibited in some of the world’s most important museums and in numerous private collections.