Postler Ferguson at the Vienna Design Week 2011
The Duo is describing itself as a multidisciplinary design consultancy which deals with the aspects of culture, techniques and economics through modern design strategies.
Their approach is very [more] systematic, nearly scientific, what leads to constantly new questions and challenges.
Lately at the Belgrad Design Week they presented their conceptual packaging system 'Brotzeit', which should improve the quality of airline meals. That's a very important topic for PostlerFerguson, because for them sustainability starts with quality.
Since some time PostlerFerguson are in cooperation with the Victoria & Albert Museum London, where they will take part in the 'Power of Making' exhibition until the end of 2011.
Reason for that was their temporary installation 'Wunderboxes' for the entrance hall of the museum. 'Wunderboxes' consisted of different, orange lightened cardboxes, displaying a variety of three dimensional models to create an abstract but strangely familiar collection of 'things'.
At the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2011 PostlerFerguson will create a temporary coffehouse, 'Café Sonja', in the second district which will be the local designer meetingpoint besides Cafe Drechsler.
© Rüdiger Andorfer, Uli Budde und Wolfgang Köchert
Passionswege 2011: 6 from 9
Uli Budde works with ROYAL VKB and Vertigo Bird. He received [more] awards like the Dutch Design Award, GIO Award, and won just recently for the second time the Face of Design Award.
The German designer cooperats with the nearly 200 year old family business A. E. Köchert jeweller. Köchert is known for its Sisi-Stars as well as for its contemporary designs.
A. E. Köchert takes part in Passionswege for the fourth time.
Uli Budde at A.E. Köchert Juweliere
© Rüdiger Andorfer, Tomas Kral & Mühlbauer Hutmanufaktur
Passionswege 2011: 5 of 9
After [more] his studies at the Ecole Cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL) 2008, Tomas Kral founded his product design studio at Lausanne. His work focuses on industrial production and science, visualized through crossing various processes and materials.
Inspired by traditions mixed with new solutions and a humorous and curious approach, Tomas Kral attracted attention of international labels such as PCM (Spain), Christofle (Paris), or Foundry (Singapore).
Within the scope of VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2011, the young designer will cooperate with Mühlbauer, a traditional Viennese hat manufacturer. Klaus Mühlbauer and his sister Marlies are already the fourth generation running the family business. The return to traditional elements of hat production advanced the company to an internationally known label exporting to high class boutiques all over the world. Stars such as Meryl Streep, Yoko Ono, Brad Pitt or Madonna are some of Mühlbauer's regular customers.
Tomas Kral at the Mühlbauer Hutmanufaktur
PW2011: Tomas Kral & Mühlbauer
© Rüdiger Andorfer, Beza Projekt bei Atelier Tellliez
Passionswege 2011: 4 from 9
Beza Projekt [more] founded by the Polish designers Anna Łoskiewicz and Zofia Strumiłło-Sukiennik mainly focuses on the exploration of design. Their projects range from everyday products to unique pieces exclusively developed for exhibitions. Another main goal besides the practical function of their products is sheer irony and the talent to put a smile on people's faces.
Beza Projekt will cooperate with one ofAustria's last tapessiers, Philippe Telliez who, located in his Viennese atelier, creates home décor which brings back memories of the good old days.
Beza Projekt (PL) at Atelier Telliez
Rado Young Design Prize Austria 2011 winners: Delphine Rumo & Greta Hauer
RadoRado Young Design Prize Austria 2011 Winning project
The Rado Young Design Prize carries a value of € 5.000-. Additionally the winners will get the possibility to present their installation at Rado Store during the Vienna Design Week 2011.
The kick-start for the Rado Young Design Prize Austria was initiated by Vienna Design Week in 2010. From 2012 this project will be continued as RADO STAR PRIZE. The aim of the competition will stay the same: To support creative ideas of artistic newcomers, enable significant career-jumps and to display the projects at the Rado Store and in the media.
Installation "WANN DENN" von Delphine Rumo und Greta Hauer
© Rüdiger Andorfer, Hermann Trebsche bei Ballons & Ballons
Passionswege Project 2011: 3 from 9
After studying [more] in Austria, Italy and the UK, Hermann Trebsche approaches design academically as well as practically. Being a passionate designer, he bridges the gaps of technology, art and society.
Hermann Trebsche will cooperate with Ballons & Ballons, a company which offers an enormous range of balloons and party accessories.
Hermann Trebsche at Ballons & Ballons
© Rüdiger Andorfer, Patrycja Domanska & Gexi Tostmann
Passionswege Project 2011: 2 from 9
Patrycja [more] Domanska is an all-round talent who gained experience in various fields of design, from product and graphic design to jewellery. After getting her university degree in Industrial Design in 2009, she founded her own design studio and was also one of the Rado Young Design Prize finalists in 2011.
More than 60 years ago, the married couple Marlen and Jochen Tostmann founded the Tostmann Trachten Company in Seewalchen, Austria. Down to the present day, all Tostmann Dirndls are made exclusively in the company's own workshops in Austria.
Patrycja Domanska Design Practice
Patrycja Domanska at Tostmann Trachten
Time is Fire by Doris Schamp
Time is Fire by Doris Schamp
Eight neon green drip candle columns containing of 250 single candles, visualize various processes of time. The candles symbolize [more] birth, life and death. Additional purple lines (live paths) are building a connection between the audience, the watches and the store area stretching from the presentation space to the inner area of the Rado Store.
"Time is the fire" finalizes the exhibition circle at Rado Store Vienna, which was presented this year. The most innovative and visionary project will be awarded with the Rado Young Design Prize 2011. The winner will have the opportunity to present its project at Rado Store Vienna within the scope of Vienna Design Week 2011.
© Rüdiger Andorfer, Designer Tomas Alonso und Manufactur Leiter Reinhard Söbbing
The Passionswege 2011: 1 of 9
The native of Spain and Londoner by choice Tomas Alonso [more] will be linked up with a firm steeped in tradition, the Wiener Silbermanufaktur.
Tomàs' designs are known for his original choice of materials and functionality on a hgih level. He is co-founder of OKAYstudio and works among other projects for Nigel Coates Studio London.
The Wiener Silbermanufactur was found around 1900 and is known for its high class silver products. The product portfolio includes design classics from Josef Hoffmann, Kolo Moser as well as innovative, contemporary designs.
Tomás Alonso at the Wiener Silber Manufactur
© David Payr, Naschmarkt
Programms – Partners – Players
There are eight programme formats and several focal points, and we will outline the festival contents accordingly in this text. You will receive your copy of the generally valid Festival Guide at the end of August. However, if you’d [more] like to already get into the festival spirit or delve into a particular format more deeply, just click through the website, with its texts and photos from past years, the growing section about the players, and David Payr’s successful photo festival campaign.
FOCUS DISTRICT AND INFO POINT
Leopoldstadt, Vienna’s second district round about the Volkert and Alliierten [Allied] Quarters and Taborstrasse, is this year’s focus district. From 30 September to 9 October, the new Vienna design destination ‘Stilwerk’, located at the beginning of Taborstrasse and Praterstrasse in the Jean Nouvel Tower, will be the site of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK LABORATORY, the LABORATORY Talks, an exhibition of winners of the Recycling Design Prize, and the festival headquarters – the Meeting Point.
LABORATORY AND LABORATORY TALKS
In the LABORATORY – a temporary studio – this year four designers/design offices chosen by the curators Erwin K. Bauer and the Neigungsgruppe Design (Tulga Beyerle and Lilli Hollein), will be busy. Under the title ‘copyright copyleft’, these design creators will be operating live, giving a glimpse into how they work. They will be delving into the fascinating subject of intellectual property between plagiarism and open sources in the areas of product and graphic design: Adam Wehsely-Swiczinsky – AWS (A), Hakobo Studio (PL), Tomek Rygalik (PL), and Thomas and Martin Poschauko (D).
Comments and participation from the public are welcome in the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Laboratory. Every evening at 17.30, there will be a LABORATORY Talk with the participating designers and various topics of discussion.
The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK LABORATORY is made possible through the generous support of ABSOLUT VODKA.
EDUCATION AND GUIDED TOURS
Here, at the gateway to the second district, is also the starting point for the Guided Tours. They offer the possibility of experiencing the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK on foot or by bus from various angles. These are guided tours with different routes, conducted in German and English by city guide and architect Gabriela Steiner-Schaffetter of Wienkultours.
Special Tours of festival stations and studios are also offered by the AzW [Vienna Architecture Centre] with their collaborative project ‘Designsafari’ and the magazine for young people Das Biber, with a focus on design from Poland for a young migrant audience. ‘design°mobil’ is offering workshops for our younger visitors (form 3 to 10 years) Sunday morning at 10 o’clock at Stilwerk.
The Education programms are made possible by the kind support of the impulse I AWS & evolve I bmwfj.
GUEST COUNTRY POLAND AND EXHIBITION
The guest country this year is up-and-coming Poland, which holds the presidency of the EU Council since July. The Polish design scene will be presented with the exhibition Just a thing, curated by Agnieszka Jacobson-Cielecka, at the Heilgenkreuzerhof – an exhibition space of the University of Applied Arts in Vienna’s first district – and will be flying the flag in all of the other programme formats.
This leads us to another focal point for the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK: the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK ‘PASSIONSWEGE’. The Passionswege invite designers and design teams under certain terms and conditions to work at and with selected Vienna firms and manufacturers and to exchange ideas with them. As a result of this dialogue, within a short fixed period of time emerge works, installations, and sometimes products that are shaped by the experimental nature of the format. This year’s tandems are as follows:
_ The native of Spain and Londoner by choice Tomas Alonso will be linked up with a firm steeped in tradition, the Wiener Silbermanufaktur.
_ The Canadian Philipp Malouin will be joining up with the glass and chandelier manufacturer J. & L. Lobmeyr.
_ The native Slovak and instructor at the University of Art and Design Lausanne (ECAL) in Lausanne Tomas Kral will be working together with the Vienna hat manufacturer Mühlbauer.
_ Ulli Bude, from Berlin, who likes to come up with solutions for everyday life, will be having an exchange with the jeweller A. E. Köchert.
_ LucidiPevere, the design studio located in Udine, is going to create something with WOKA Lamps.
_ The two Polish designers Anna Łoskiewicz and Zofia Strumiłło-Sukiennik from bezaproject will be let inspiration come from the fantastic wallpapers and fabrics of the French upholsterers Atelier Telliez, with their shop in the Grosse Pfarrgasse.
_ Patrycia Domanska, an Austrian designer of Polish origin, will be collaborating with the ‘dirndl’ [ladies’ folk costume] experts from Trachten Tostmann.
_ The Austrian designer Hermann Trebsche has the good fortune of being able to live it up in the world of party decorations with the large importers Ballons & Ballons.
_ The young Austrian designer Konstantin Schmölzer, with experience in New York City and studies at the famous Design Academy Einhoven, will be taking a journey of discovery with garden expert Verdarium at Stilwerk.
The Passionswege are made possible by the kind support of the Vienna Chamber of Commerce.
SOCIAL DESIGN AND CARTE BLANCHE
Social design will play an important role this year, especially in the programme series CARTE BLANCHE . The young designer Michael Fetz will team up with the sociologist and photographer Florian Rainer to realise a project on the subject of homeless young people with the Caritas Wien and its programme for the homeless, located in the second district.
The two designers, and Viennese by choice, Greta Hauer and Delphine Rumo will in turn be devoting themselves to the question of maintaining a balance between man and animal in the city.
The team from stadtpark, a design collective with Polish roots (Anna Rosinke, Balazs Fenyes und Maciej Chmara) located in Vienna, will be installing plants in public spaces to raise the level of consciousness for greens and food in the area around the Volkertmarkt.
The Viennese Vera Wiedemann will be starting with similar ideas to illustrate the art of baking bread in a former bakery. Bread, which is a basic foodstuff, has also become synonymous with the mass production of our throw-away culture. A flurry of flour will overtake the shop floor and envelope the idea with a poetic but also threatening atmosphere.
The London designer team Postler Ferguson, currently also artists-in-residence at the renowned Victoria and Albert Museum in London, will turn Café Sonja in the Grosse Pfarrgasse 5 into a very special place: food and drink will be served in the old coffee house tradition, inspired by the legendary Café Drechlser: a pop-up shop that shouldn’t be missed!
The Carte Blanche projects are generously supported by the Erste Bank.
DEBUT AND THE JAMES DYSON AWARD
The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Debut, established in 2009, is a cooperative project with the James Dyson Award and the James Dyson Foundation. The format has been developed as a platform for advanced university students and young professionals from the areas of product and industrial design. Ten of the applicants from Austria for the international James Dyson Award will be selected by an independent jury to exhibit their work within the framework of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. This will take place again this year at a very special venue: this time at a former bank, redesigned and adapted by the design team Vandasye, in Marinelligasse 3 in the second district.
SUSTAINABILITY AND COMPETITIONS
A competition for further sustainability in the sense of recycling and the preservation of resources is being sponsored again this year by our general partner NESPRESSO. In concrete terms, what they are looking for is a design innovation that will help raise consumers’ desire to recycle and bring the Nespresso capsules into the reuse cycle. At best, the results will not only produce a container, but offer plans for service designs. Five participating projects will be on display throughout the festival in the Nespresso Boutique in Mahlerstrasse in the first district.
A further prize is being offered by the Swiss watchmaker RADO in its shop in the city centre. This year’s winner of the RADO Young Design Prize will be honoured for the best show window design. The recipient will be given the chance to realise an installation inside the RADO Store.
DESIGN AND BUSINESS
A whole day organised by impulse I AWS & evolve I bmwfj , also sponsors of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, will revolve around the subject of competition and subsidies. The title of the event is ‘impulse insight’ .
From the very beginning it was a high priority for the festival to contribute to Vienna in its function as a business and tourist location and to act as an intermediary between the traditional and modern aspects of the city by means of the highest-quality projects. Companies and manufacturers have become important partners for us. The Chamber of Commerce and departure, the agency for the creative industries, as well as the already-mentioned aws, have been our allies from the outset; and WienTourismus has been a principal partner for four years already.
This year departure has again made possible the TALKS in the Künstlerhaus cinema, Speed-Dating with the Experts in the Stilwerk, and the Pecha Kucha Night, with their get-togethers afterwards.
Funding from the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber (WKO) has made possible a further study on the economic sustainability of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. The publication Leitfaden Design will be presented during the festival.
PROGRAMME PARTNERS – BUSINESSES
Business and design form a crucial alliance and become particularly impressive as programme partners through the participation of designers and companies: as, for example, the installation by the designers Martin Breuer Bono in conjunction with Gaulhofer Windows and Doors in the beautiful Odeon theatre in Taborstrasse. One can experience paper production first hand in the newly opened Fedrigoni showroom in Stiftsgasse in the sixth district. Honey and Bunny Productions will demonstrate with ‘Food Tools’ in a locksmiths in the third district that using a knife and fork isn’t the only way to manage food. The tradition of craftsmanship and the process by which prototypes are developed will be subjects the designers Zachl and Hanserl take up in a shop in the Grosse Mohrengasse in our focus district. Kikkoman is putting a special anniversary bottle of soy sauce on the market – only available in Austria during the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. And fortunately, the sauce will be used at Cooking Happening in the bulthaup kitchen studio in the Opernring.
Furniture design in a form with an affinity with art will be on display this year by the visual artist Gerold Tagwerker at Rauminhalt and in the film 2051 disrupting design, which will be shown at designfunktion. The Prater Sauna, a programme partner for the first time – and not as a club, but as the PS Art Space – will be exhibiting Sauna Chairs by Clemens Wolf. But the gallery of the walking chair guys will be turned into a club, according to the slogan "we make things and songs". They’re going to invite the YAYA Hermann Düne band – but only with works on paper! Maybe the festival visitors will be able to coax them into singing at least one song at the vernissage.
Self-referential work is also a fruitful exploration: the designer Thomas Feichtner will be commenting on his own chair at the Neue Wiener Werkstätte with a new adaptation; Martin Mostböck will jointly present with Intier Automotive Eybl a totally new chair out of reusable materials; and Miki Martinek, aided by knitting expert Veronika Persché, will display an upholstered stool at Pregenzer in the Schleifmühlgasse. The Czech designer Petr Novague will also be devoting himself to seating possibilities, presented in the Stilwerk. Programme partner Grüne Erde will be showing a furniture display in their shop in the Mariahilferstrasse with the charming title ‘sinnlich.sinnvoll’ [sensual.sensible], and the designers from copa will create perishable furniture out of ice in a cold storage room: in any case a visit to an exhibition at -25C (-13F) is bound to leave a lasting impression. Guesting in the furniture shop Grünbeck Einrichtungen will be the system furniture producers COR and interlübke, represented by their manager Leo Lübke and designers Jehs + Laub. Thanks to its perfect location – opposite the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK office in the Margaretenstrasse – the Grünbeck shop lends a friendly neighbourly hand, so we are putting on a Design Flea Market on the same day with all the stuff we’ve never really wanted to part with.
From the advertising manuals we know that besides food, animals, and flea markets, children especially capture the fancy of the public. And so this time we will again be promoting a harmonious life together, with things that are fun, useful, and otherwise suitable for children. Kidzroomzoom, a concept developed by the children’s furniture designer Perludi and the Italian gallery unduetrestella, will be presented authentically in a flat in the second district. Hans Taus Einrichtungen will be outfitting a room in the Porzellangasse with ‘Buzzi felt’ on the walls: then there will be no more disturbing screaming heard, for the recycled material out of PET bottles is sound insulating! The design team Esterni will create a participatory intervention in the public space, as they did last year – one in which the whole family can take part; and Hinterland will delight us with a pop-up, walk-in book, Wanderland (also free of charge). The fashion designer Eva Blut will join the product designers and create a special leather bicycle bag, which will of course be presented at a cycling shop in the seventh district.
Speaking of children, glass is what J. & L. Lobmeyr is all about. This old, established manufacturer is presenting the bilingual publication Änderungen sind der Zeit vorbehalten to mark the eightieth year of their ‘Loos’ service. The Stamm Concept Store, also in the first district, is dedicating its programme partner contribution to the glass manufacturer Theresiental. Designer Christian Haas designs glas object and presents them in the store.
PROGRAMME PARTNERS – MUSEUMS
This year the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK will again be supported by important museums and institutions as programme partners: as always, by the Liechtenstein Museum, where we once more will have the privilege of celebrating our opening, To be seen will be a presentation by Wien Products at the opening evening event. The Wagner:Werk Museum Postsparkasse will be represented with the exhibition Ursprung und Moderne. The MAK will be showing the climax of its large cooperative project with departure, the Great Vienna Coffee House Experiment, and will offer a discussion with architect Gregor Eichinger. Our premium media partner Die Presse is also concerned about our national cultural heritage. Jointly with the Post AG, they have looked for the ‘stamp of Austria’ and invited well-known designers to approach their feeling of homeland in a postage stamp format. The Wien Museum will show the exhibition Gestrickte Zeit – experimentelles Design in its elegant branch in the city centre, the Clock Museum. The Hofmobiliendepot [Imperial Furniture Collection] will be expanding its show on the subject of ‘hygiene’ as part of the festival with an analysis by the designers danklhampel. The Vienna Museum of Technology will be jointly organising with Lichterloh an evening dedicated to a publication about the ‘cube’ clocks, with their four faces.
PROGRAMME PARTNERS – CULTURAL INSTITUTES AND UNIVERSITIES
In terms of institutes, this year the Bulgarian Cultural Institute, with an exhibition from the Sofia Design Week in the Wittgensteinhaus, and the Italian Cultural Institute, with a special framework programme of the show Corrispondenze impretive, will be taking part. We would like to thank the Polish Cultural Institute for its help in connection with the many Polish contributions this year.
The Vienna University of Technology will be showing three projects that have been developed in conjunction with seminars – on the subjects of trade fair booths (shown at Stilwerk), lighting, and recycling (at Zumtobel Lichtforum) – as well as a further lighting project, conceived and realised as part of a long-term cooperative effort between Scheinwerfer and the SEG in the Zaha Hadid building on the Donaulände. Educational institutions are represented by the NDU, the New Design University, which has developed a symposium and a workshop to be presented in the Stilwerk. Our alma mater, the Vienna University of Applied Arts, will be presenting a new luminary of its teaching staff: the fine speaker Fiona Raby, from Dunne&Raby, will begin her first semester and initiate her time in Vienna with a project lecture.
PARTIES AND GET-TOGETHERS
Networking and having fun is again going to be big at the fifth edition of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. The (by invitation) opening in the Liechtenstein Museum will ring in the 10 festival days in grand style. The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Canteen in the Café Drechsler in the Wienzeile will be open for friends of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK every day for discussion and partying late into the night, with a DJ line up. Special thanks go to our on-air media partner Super Fly. The design collective stadtpark invites you to the Grätzel Fest in the second district on 8 October, and departure to the gathering following Pecha Kucha Night in the Künstlerhaus cinema.
For the very first time, there will also be a wild party to close out the festival – on Friday, 7 October in the MAK (who is co-organizer) – and for anyone and everyone who wants to come (this time there will be entry charged, as an exception). Be prepared!
TALKS AND LABORATORY TALKS
The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Talks and the daily LABORATORY TALKS will definitely lengthen the list of ‘must hears’. We’ll be supplying you with names and details the next time in the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Preview, when we’ll also have the final programme calendar ready.
Relax and rest up, because in October you’ll need to be fresh and fit!
Neigungsgruppe Design, Ana Berlin, and Team
© german design council
D3 Contest 2012
A catalogue will be published on the occasion of the exhibition and the nominated participants will be actively involved in the press activities associated with imm cologne. Closing date for applications will be the 26 September 2011.
Here you can find more information about the contest as well as the registration form: http://www.german-design-council.de/wettbewerbe/d3-contest.html
Installation "WANN DENN" by Delphine Rumo und Greta Hauer
Delphine Rumo and Greta Hauer will participants of the Carte Blanche project at Vienna Design Week 2011.
© Myra Waltl, Finde den VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Stuhl!
Carte Blanche meets Caritas Vienna
As one of five Carte Blanche projects, the designer Michael Fetz and the sociologist / photographer Florian Rainer will focus on youth poverty and homelessness.
Fruitful synergies are already visible: various chairs purchased [more] by VIENNA DESIGN WEEK at the Caritas second hand furniture market Carla in Vienna's fourth district were painted in this year's festival color coral and used for the established festival leitmotif.
And now, a little hidden image puzzle: Click on the image and get to image number two and you'll find the answer!
From September 30. until October 10., a chair will be placed in front of every festival location of VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2011!
All Carte Blanche project are supported by Erste Bank.
© Christof Nardin/ Bueronardin, 2011, Vienna Design Week 2011
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Debut + James Dyson Award
James Dyson: "We want creative, courageous and unconditioned fresh-thinkers. We don't stick people behind a desk. We like to give people a chance to make a difference."
Vienna Design Week is proud to share basic principles within this successful cooperation which reaches out to all design schools across Austria and gives an appropriate platform to a new generation.
The James Dyson Award (JDA) will be given to a single participant or a team whose work will perfectly prove the ability to think differently and to design a problem solving product.
The James Dyson Award winner will receive the amount of 10.000 Pound Sterling or the according amount in his/hers local currency. The same amount will be awarded to the winner's university faculty. The James Dyson Award winners will be announced on November 8, 2011. The competition will be held in 18 countries across the world, including Austria.
A separate jury of experts from all over Austria as well as members of "Neigungsgruppe Design" will independently select this year's Vienna Design Week Debut entries.
As the Vienna Design Week Debut is part of the cooperation with James Dyson Foundation and James Dyson Award, a formal and complete submission sent until August 2, 2011 (latest date) is a stringent condition. The terms and conditions of the James Dyson Award apply.
10 submissions will be selected for the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK and presented in a curated exhibition located in a former bank building from September 29. – October 10. at Vienna's 2. District, Rueppgasse 24.
© Christof Nardin/ Bueronardin, 2011, Vienna Design Week Farben
Coral and Respberry
And we want more! Show us your favorite sweater, bikini, shoes, plant, food in this juicy combination of colors!
The best, greatest, funniest, prettiest images will be shown on VIENNA DESIGN WEEK on facebook and will be awarded with great [more] prizes!
Be inspired and send your pictures to:
Radobot by Talia Radford
Radobot by Talia Radford for taliaYsebastian
Until July 17, the Radobot will [more] produce the inner life of a wrist watch and will be put together in a new perspective. A new way of chronometry combined with individual design will be introduced to the passer-bys.
© Corina Binder, Embassy Sofia Heuriger on Tour
Embassy Sofia Heuriger on Tour
To present the work, meet collegues and to network...it's a good occassion at the "Heurigen on tour" and a lovely way to introduce the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK and the Austrian design community internationally during the year.
Homecoming is approaching, too! Another 3 months to go, before we VIENNA DESIGN WEEK is hitting Vienna again!
Click on the picture to see more photos!
Julia Landsiedl + | Strategic Design & Storytelling
J. & L. Lobmeyr
Embassy Sofia Heuriger on Tour
© Corina Binder und Lena Goldsteiner, Embassy Belgrade Heuriger on tour
Embassy Belgrade Heuriger on tour Part 2
Julia Landsiedl + | Strategic Design & Storytelling
© Corina Binder und Lena Goldsteiner, Heuriger 1/4 Ernst 3/4 Vergnügen zu Gast at Mikser Festival
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Embassy 2011 Belgrade
Julia Landsiedl + | Strategic Design & Storytelling
aws design: red dot award 2011 für Skibindungen
aws designteam receives the dot design award 2011
Zitta Schnitt: Rado Polygon-Show
Folding, mirrors and air bubbles
Until June 16 one can still expirience Zitta [more] Schnitt's intervention: air bubble film and mirrors create light reflexions and the passerby becomes part of play of light in motion.
The project RADO Polygon-Show is the fifth contribution for the annual Young Design Prize 2011. Each month a young designer gets the chance to produce a project at the RADO Store Vienna. The most innovative and visionary project is selected after a year and is honored with the RADO Young Design Prize.
Further projects are welcome! http://radoyoungdesignprize.at
Budapest at WUK, Vienna
The Budapest Design Meetup goes to Vienna
Szilvia Kauker (ceramic designer) – Tradition revisited, colorful and patterned cement tiles. www.moza.hu
Áron Losonczi (architect, inventor) – Litracon Pxl, the transparent concrete. www.litracon.hu
Péter Pozsár (architect) – Special invitation to the Hello Wood summer festival. www.hellowood.eu
Dóri [more] Tomcsányi (fashion designer) – Color project Spring/Summer collection. www.doritomcsanyi.com
Péter Toronyi (product designer) – Nissyoku, the winning lamp design of the Koizumi Design Awards. www.toronyipeter.hu
Please RSVP: http://www.facebook.com/momelinedesignworks
mischer´traxler are "designers of the future 2011"
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK auf der Suche nach Osterüberraschungen in Mailand
Zum Beispiel Mark Braun, der mit der bei den letzjährigen Passionswegen in Zusammenarbeit mit Lobmeyr enstandenen Reichtum Serie gleich an vier verschiedenen Orten in Mailand präsent war. Aber auch viele neue Gesichter und Impulse, die teils schon im kommenden Herbst ihren [more] Platz in der VIENNA DESIGN WEEK finden werden
Tobias Siebers Video (Uni Kassel) hat uns gut unterhalten
J. & L. Lobmeyr