D_P_S is a small, independent, Berlin based design studio, founded in 2015 by Diogo Passarinho. From private and institutional commissions the studio works with a variety of clients from different fields, maintaining a strong relationship with the cultural realm. 

Across the design spectrum, D_P_S encompasses, strategic planning, institutional spatial consultancy, exhibition and furniture design, focusing on site-specific installations, and describing its methodology as “turning art into spaces”, being responsible for the design of more than 40 art exhibitions

The studio’s work has been showcased at the Venice Biennale, Gwangju Biennale, Baltic Triennial, Hayward Gallery, Palais De Tokyo, Pirelli Hangarbicocca, Oslo National Museum, Van Abbemuseum while working closely with award winning artists such as Laure Prouvost, Jimmy Robert, The Otolith Group, Pedro Neves Marques, to name a few examples.

Most recently, the studio has been commissioned to develop the exhibition architecture and spatial design for “Techno" at Museion, Van Abbemuseum's permanent collection display titled "Delinking and Relinking”, “Bodies at Stake” at MO.CO Montpellier and “I call it Art " which will be the inaugural exhibition at the Oslo National Museum’s Light hall.

Diogo Passarinho has also founded Pretty Something, a product design company with an astute focus on minimalistic and playful aesthetics.