Design Studio H2E

Design Studio H2E

The Design Studio H2E is a multi-disciplinary, award-winning design company offering a wide range of services for both - public and private sectors. They develop complex design solutions for graphic, interior, product and exhibition design spheres. 

Design Studio H2E believes that the environment in which we live, the things and services we use must be qualitative, functional and easy to understand.

Dagnija Balode

Since 2016, Dagnija Balode has served as Partner and Chief Business Officer at Design Studio H2E. 

Previous to becoming Partner and Chief Business Officer, Dagnija Balode was a Project Manager for several projects in Latvia and abroad in the field of graphic, interior and exhibition design as well the wayfinding. The most recent exhibition design projects are “Aluksne Banitis Station”, “Jānis Čakste’s House”, the Latvian War Museum exhibition “The Latvian Population during the First World War”, and the Riga Motor Museum’s permanent exhibition.

Dagnija Balode
Design studio H2E
Riga, Latvia

Holgers Elers

Holgers Elers is the Creative Director and Partner at Design Studio H2E in Riga, Latvia.

Holgers Elers teaches as a professor and is the Head of Department of Functional Design at the Latvia Makslas Akademija (LMA) School

Holgers Elers is the Creative Director of Design Studio H2E in Riga, Latvia
Design studio H2E
Riga, Latvia

Inguna Elere

Inguna Elere is the Co-founder and Lead Designer of Design Studio H2E. Design strategies, concepts, interior, exposition and graphic design are her daily life. Inguna Elere holds a Masters of Arts Degree in Environmental Art from the Art Academy of Latvia. She is now a Professor at the Design Department of the Art Academy of Latvia.

Inguna Elere Design Studio H2E, Co-founder and Chief Design Officer
Design studio H2E
Riga, Latvia

Aluksne Banitis Station

Honor Award 2019
Best of Show Award 2019
Aluksne Banitis Station

This multimedia exhibition is dedicated to a unique narrow-gauge railway line in Europe that is not only a place for the preservation of collective memory but is still operational today. The goal of the exhibition design was to create a virtual journey within a stationary space by means of a story about the history of the railway and its technical aspects, which would highlight the importance of local industrial heritage in the context of broader transport history.

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