Florian Lösche

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Born in 1981, after graduating from high school, Florian Lösche worked with Erwin Klocker as a stage designer and built models and sets for the Munich Theater. In 2003 he began to study stage design with Ezio Toffolutti at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and then switched, in 2005, to the courses of Prof. Raimund Bauer at the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg. During his studies, he already designed sets for the State Theater in Kassel, Kampnagel, the Deutsche Theater in Berlin and the Thalia Theater in Hamburg. He has designed the sets for various productions by Jette Steckel and Antú Romero Nunes at many theaters, including the Thalia Theater in Hamburg, the Deutsche Theater in Berlin, the Maxim Gorki Theater, the Zurich Schauspiel and the Vienna Burgtheater.