Das Studio is a burgeoning Architecture and Interior Design practice founded by husband and wife team Sara Horstmann and Dino Vrynios in 2018.

With a combined industry experience of over 20 years, our small but mighty studio is dedicated to delivering considered, authentic design solutions that successfully respond to the brief, environment and cultural context of each project.



Having completed his Master of Architecture in 2008, Dino is a registered Architect who has spent the last decade working in both small and large practice delivering a wide range of projects of varying scale, cost and complexity throughout Australia.

In 2015 Dino received the Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellowship in Architecture, awarded by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) for his submission, Modulation. This Fellowship enabled Dino to spend time traveling throughout Europe, Asia and Australia researching and studying the world’s best practice in Advanced Construction Methodologies.

In addition to his work in practice, Dino is a fierce advocate for the promotion of sustainable and quality design. This endeavour has been realised through his role as a two-term chapter councillor of the AIA and co-founder and Creative Director of the Festival of Architecture and Design (FAD).


Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellowship ·2015 Fellow

Tutti Arts · Board

Festival of Architecture & Design ·Co-founder & Creative Director

Property Council of Australia ·Future Trends & Innovations Committee

Modulation ·Nationally presented lecture on Advanced Construction

AIA National Conference 2016 ·Creative Director of Local Content

SA Chapter of Australian Institute of Architects ·Chapter Councillor

Keith Neighbour Study Group ·Program Co-ordinator

Design Institute of Australia ·Architectural Mentor Scheme

SA Premier's Delegation to Shandong Province ·Delegate

Das Studio embraces a collaborative design approach and believes that the best outcomes come from designing with our clients and not for them.

We are committed to the growth and ongoing development of the Architecture and Design profession in South Australia and are proud supporters of the Festival of Architecture and Design and Tutti Arts.



Combining degrees in both Architecture and Industrial Design, Sara’s is a very particular skill set that spans between the macro and the micro with the proven ability to deliver large, complex projects as well as a passion for resolving the finest most intricate detail.


Sara brings a wealth of knowledge around contemporary design, art, products and materials and has a keen interest in how historical and cultural research can guide the design narrative.


With an intuitive eye for beautiful and unexpected form and material combinations, as well as expertise in spatial planning and analysis, Sara is the driving force behind the design direction of all Das Studio projects.