© Familienarchiv Ulrike Stadler, Großer Saal des Gschwandner in voller Bestuhlung
Pop-up Café at Gschwander
Daily meeting point for all festival visitors and designers
In the large ballroom of the former Grand Etablissement Gschwandner, this year's festival headquarter, Morisson Catering operates the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Pop-up Café. In order to offer all visitors to the [more] festival headquarter an authentic Viennese coffee house atmosphere, the cafè is set up by Thonet, precisely with the chairs "107" designed by Robert Stadler and tables by James Irvine from the Muji manufactuerd by Thonet collection. At an impressive 490 square metres, the temporary café offers 60 seats, a lounge area and a stage for live acts.
Food and drinks will be provided by Morisson Catering: In addition to standard classics of the Viennese Coffee House Culture, such as cakes and pies, sausages, a small selection of hot and cold dishes, alternating organic lunch menus during the week (Monday through Friday, 11am to 4pm) and brunch on weekends (Saturdays and Sundays, starting at 10 am).
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Pop-up Café
at the festival headquarter, served by Morisson Catering
September 28 - October 7, 2012
Mon-Fri 11am-7pm, Sat 10am-10pm, Sun 10am-3pm
Das Gschwandner, Geblergasse 36-40, 1070 Vienna
© Teresa Steiner / VDW, Klára Šumová bei Bakalowits Licht Design
Let there be light!
The collaboration with the young Czech designer Klara Šumová has been a stroke of luck so far, both designer and manufacturer are taken back to their "roots”: Klara comes from a town very close to the former glass production site of Bakalowits (almost all Austrian chandelier manufacturers and glass producers have Bohemian roots). The Viennese company takes the designer - who now works primarily with wood - back to the early years of her studies, focusing on glass and chandelier production! Klára Šumová will be working in a very precise knowledge of the tradition, but also in the spirit of contemporary design, exactly as she does at "minimal wood".
Location: Bakalowits Licht Design, Gumpendorferstraße 32, 1060 Vienna
Presentation: September 28 – October 6, 2012
Mon–Fri 9.30 am – 12.30 pm, 2 pm –6 pm
Sat only by appointment (+43 1 920 2626)
Cocktail: October 1, 2012
5 pm – 8.30 pm
Bakalowits Licht Design
© Teresa Steiner / VDW
The sheared comb
The young Thomas Petz is again the last producers of goods made of horn. The only 26-year old entrepreneur has taken over the factory from his grandfather and learned from him. Combs, brushes (brush-making in cooperation with Norbert Meier!), Jewelry, spoons and many other horn items are part of his program.
The pleasure to deal with both companies, has Matylda Krzykowski, a Polish-born designer who grew up in Germany and now works in Maastricht. She is also known as a curator, stage designer and design blogger. She is an expert not only for products but also for telling their stories. All in all a very promising cooperation.
© Philipp Maul, SoundGuardian
James Dyson Award 2012:
"Design [more] something that solves a problem"
The James Dyson Award is open to product design, industrial design and engineering from university level students (or graduates within 4 years of graduation). The James Dyson Award 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, 2012.
A panel of leading designers, engineers and design critics in each of the 18 participating countries shortlist the top ten entries and name the national winners. The Austrian jury consists of Lilli Hollein, curator, journalist and co-founder of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, Michael Hausenblas, design editor at Der Standard, and Eberhard Schrempf, CEO of Creative Industries Styria.
James Dyson Award
© Katharina Gossow
Brand new VIENNA DESIGN WEEK headquarter at stilwerk Vienna
This location becomes an ever more perfect working environment thanks to our wonderful team and the elegant office furniture from the company [more] Bene - with designs by EOOS, PearsonLloyd, Johannes Scherr, and Andreas Krob.
New Office address:
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Headquarter
c/o stilwerk Vienna, 3rd floor, shop 3-1
Praterstraße 1, 1020 Vienna
NWW Design Award
NWW Design Award
The NWW DESIGN AWARD wishes to present furnishing design at a high level, irrespective of commercial purposes, and it searches [more] for trends and creative potential.
The award is conferred by a prestigious panel of judges composed of international and national experts from the areas of design, culture, media, colleges and business.
The NWW DESIGN AWARD is directed at designers, architects, interior designers and students in these particular subject areas who are looking for a platform from which to establish their ideas in furnishing design, and through it gain recognition in the market and exchange their views within the network generated by the award.
NWW Design Award
VDW Embassy 2012 at stilwerk
VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Embassy at stilwerk Vienna
For this presentation, titled "The sound of music - a message from Austria" the White Elephant DesignLab staged this year's VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Embassy as an oversized, interactive musical instrument that makes contemporary design products sound.
The objects range from experimental projects to industrial design and were selected by Tulga Beyerle and Lilli Hollein, the directors of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK and Tobias Kestel and Florian Puschmann of White Elephant DesignLab.
After DMY Berlin and stilwerk Vienna, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Embassy will open in October at its partner festival Designblok in Prague.
White Elephant DesignLab
Patrycja Domanska Design Practice
Li Edelkoort seminar in Vienna
FACTS & FIGURES
Trend seminar "romanticism or the way we feel" – with Lidewij Edelkoort
Place: City center
Date: June 4, 2012
Tickets: 290 EUR
Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org /
+ 41 (0) 56 222 66 22
Milan Design Week 2012
Patrycja Domanska Design Practice
© 2011, Fotografin: AnnABlaU, stilwerk Wien
Werden sie Teil der VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2012
langjährige und prospektive Partnerinnen und Partner der VIENNA DESIGN WEEK!
Was sind die diesjährigen Schwerpunkte des Festivals? Was braucht es um mitzumachen? Wer kommt zum Festival? Wer sind die Zielgruppen? Passt die VIENNA DESIGN WEEK zu mir und meinem [more] Unternehmen? Passe ich zur VIENNA DESIGN WEEK? Was kostet die Teilnahme? Was wird dafür geboten? Wie wird die Grafik heuer aussehen? Welche Farbe haben die Stühle? Was ist neu? Wer ist neu im Team? Wann muss welches Material für die Redaktion geliefert werden?
Ist es tatsächlich schon die sechste VIENNA DESIGN WEEK?
In diesem Jahr nutzen wir den Mai um diese Fragen und andere grundlegende und immer wieder auftauchende Themen zu klären, um gemeinsam von 28. September bis 7. Oktober wieder ein entsprechend vielfältiges und hoffentlich herausragendes Programm auf die Beine zu stellen.
Wir laden Sie dazu herzlich ein und ermuntern Sie, diese Einladung gegebenenfalls auch an interessierte Personen aus Ihrem Umfeld weiterzuleiten.
Neben dem Informationsaustausch dient dieser Termin auch der Zusammenkunft und dem gewohnt regen Austausch zwischen unseren Programmpartnern, MitarbeiterInnen und FreundInnen.
Das Informationstreffen findet statt am
3. Mai 2012, um 11.00 Uhr im Stilwerk
Praterstraße 1, 1020 Wien
Wir bitten um Ihre Anmeldung unter
und freuen uns, Sie zu sehen.
Mit herzlichen Grüßen,
die Neigungsgruppe Design
© Kollektiv Fischka/fischka.com, Team of VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2011
Wir suchen: Assistenz der Direktion VIENNA DESIGN WEEK
Für das Büro der VIENNA DESIGN WEEK sowie für ausgewählte Sonderprojekte außerhalb des Festivalprogramms wird die Stelle der Assistenz der Direktion und Office Management ausgeschrieben und soll Anfang Mai besetzt werden. Gesucht [more] wird ein Mitarbeiter, eine Mitarbeiterin im Ausmaß von circa 20 Stunden auf Basis eines freien Dienstvertrages. Sonderprojekte können über das durchschnittliche Stundenmaß von 20 Stunden/Woche hinaus gehen. Die Zeiteinteilung hat eine gewisse Flexibilität, eine Kernzeit pro Tag wäre zu vereinbaren. Die Aufgabe lässt sich sehr gut mit einer berufsbegleitenden Ausbildung kombinieren, präzises, selbstständiges und eigenverantwortliches Arbeiten ist Voraussetzung. Ein generelles Interesse für Design ist Voraussetzung, Fachwissen von Vorteil.
Allgemeine Aufgaben: Buchhaltungsvorbereitung, Rechnungslegung, Finanzwesen, Förderanträge und Abrechnungen, Terminkoordination und Reisebuchungen, bzw. allgemein Erledigen von Administrativen/Verwaltungs- und Organisationsaufgaben. Außerdem sind Sicherheit in Texten (Briefe etc.) und gute Englisch Kenntnisse gewünscht. Weiters Erfahrungen mit Apple Computer, und fundierte Kenntnisse in den Programmen Word, Excel, Filemaker, sowie grundlegende Kenntnisse in Bildbearbeitung und Grafikprogrammen.
Sonderprojekte: bis auf Reisebuchungen, Rechnungskontrolle und allgemeine Backoffice Tätigkeiten ist die Assistenz der Direktion nicht tagesaktuell in das Festival eingebunden. Allerdings gibt es eine Reihe von Sonderprojekten der VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, die unter dem Jahr stattfinden, wie zum Beispiel die Embassy (Präsenz mit Ausstellung auf anderen Festivals). Für diese Sonderprojekte ist Neugierde, Organisationstalent, gutes Zeitmanagement, Kommunikationsfähigkeit mit allen Partnern, Stressresistenz und Lösungsorientiert Voraussetzung. Neben allgemeinen organisatorischen Aufgaben sind Einholung von KV‘s und Budgetkontrolle gefordert.
Bewerbungen an: email@example.com
23. Biennale of Design - Call for Entries prolonged until April 8, 2012
Designers, commissioners, producers, students and design organisations, from anywhere in the world, have [more] still time to submit products, concepts and projects, from any area of design, which have been created in the past two years, to 23rd Biennial of Design.
The curators of BIO 23 - Margo Konings and Margriet Vollenberg of Organisation in Design - have chosen the theme for BIO 23 “Design Relations” and will select the works to be exhibited from the submissions received in response to the Call for Entries.
The BIO 23 exhibition will be held from 27 September to 11 November 2012 at the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The exhibition will highlight fresh ideas and explore how design relates to the social, the sustainable, and the cultural, while displaying crossovers between culture and commerce, crafts and industry.
A jury comprising design experts Giulio Cappellini, Sven Jonke, Sophie Lovell, Jimmy MacDonald and Vasa J. Perović, will present awards to the best of the exhibited design works. The winner of the BIO Gold Medal will receive a monetary prize in the amount of €5,000.
Call for entries extended: 8 April 2012
BIO 23 selection announced: end of May 2012
Delivery of the works: 3–7 September 2012
International Jury final judging: 24–25 September 2012
BIO 23 Design Award ceremony and opening: 27 September 2012
Exhibition will be opened until 11 November 2012
Info: Museum of Architecture and Design
© DDBD, DDBD Logo Detail
DMY organises "Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany"
As of 2012 the registration process, the jury and the award show will take place within the same year. This will streamline the whole process and make it more compact and understandable.
Introducing the category „Ecological Design“ attributes to the aspect of sustainability.
As of this year companies and designers can submit their applications themselves, Nominations and awards will be handed out by the jury.
Nominated designers and companies will be able to present their products and works for the first time in person to the jury.
All participants will showcase their products and works in the hangars of the former Airport Berlin Tempelhof from the 5th of june until the 10th of june. The jury meeting will take place here on the 5th and 6th. From the evening of the 6th onwards the exhibition of the official German Design Award „Designpreis der Bundesrepubik Deutschland“ will be open to the public. We expect a heightened interest of media and public.
The award show will take place in the German capital Berlin in the future. In turning it into a social event the organizers expect to raise the political and media awareness for design.
Designpreis der BRD
Artikel bei Stylepark.com
© Mikser Design Fesitval
Mikser Design Competition 2012
IS HOLDING AN INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION:
GHOST PROJECT & Young Balkan Designers 2011 – “GET REAL!”
Competition is open from 15th February until 31st March 2012.
The cultural organization MIKSER, is pleased to announce that in 2012, the Ghost [more] Project and Young Balkan Designers initiatives are going into production!
Following six years of continuous efforts in discovering and nurturing design talents, Mikser organization is making a big leap forward in bringing young designers’ projects to a real market by launching its own product label Mikser Design with two product lines: Ghost Project and Young Balkan Designers.
The Competition's slogan for 2012: "GET REAL!”, is a call to designers to see social and economic challenges as an inspiration to create solutions which open up new possibilities in our tumultuous times. Projects which offer innovative, yet rational, solutions to everyday problems will be evaluated according to:
- innovative features that enhance the quality of contemporary life,
- rational production costs,
- an environmentally friendly production process.
The winning projects in Step 1 of the Competition will become part of the central talent exhibition, Ghost Project, at the Mikser Festival, Southeast Europe's largest regional festival of creativity and innovation, taking place in Belgrade’s creative quartier Savamala, from 25 May to 2 June, 2012.
During the Mikser festival, a jury which will be presided by the renowned industrial designer Konstantin Grcic, will select projects to be developed into products by the new independent label Mikser Design.
Designers from Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Slovenia and Serbia are eligible for the regional collection, Young Balkan Designers,while winners from all other countries qualify for the international collection, Ghost Project. After the Mikser festival exhibition, Young Balkan Designers, made of prototypes selected for the Mikser’s regional collection, will tour the major regional design events and fairs, such as Vienna Design Week, Budapest Design Week, D Day in Zagreb, Sofia Design Week, Skopje Design Week, etc.
The competition is open from the 15th of February to the 31st of March 2012, to all persons aged 35 years or younger, from all over the world. In 2011, the competitions Ghost Project and Young Balkan Designers, received 584 entries from 35 countries.
Mikser Young Balkan Designers
Submit at Mikser Competition 2012
For Use/Numen: Tape Installation
© Libby Sellers, Exhibitionview Libby Sellers Gallery, London
Nicolas Le Moigne at Libby Sellers Gallery
Nicolas is once again a nice exemple of how well the sensor for "high potential" in the field of design is developed when curating the Passionswege. Let's see who Lilli and Tulga will surprise us with this year!
Gallery Libby Sellers
Nicolas Le Moigne
© Georg Milde, Patrycja Domanska und Tanja Lightfoot vor Edgy Tiles
Patrycja Domanska and Tanja Lightfoot at Surface Design Show
© Vorarlberger Landesregierung
Please contact the following for all further information:
Mag. Isabella Natter-Spets
CAMPUS Dornbirn, Hintere Achmühlerstraße 1, A-6850 Dornbirn
T. +43/5572/22 1 22 26, F. +43/5572/22 1 22 39
Pdf mit allen Informationen zum Wettbewerb
New Cooperation of the MAK and the University of Applied Arts
The first exhibition is [more] dedicated to the designer Patrick Rampelotto. Rampelotto was born in Sterzing, Italy, studied jurisprudence at Leopold-Franzens-Universität, Innsbruck and in 1999 he moved on to the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, to study Industrial Design with Borek Sipek. During the course of his studies he developed the jewel box Plic which has been inventoried in the university’s study collection. After his graduation with Ross Lovegrove Patrick Rampelotto started work for EOOS Design in Vienna. Since 2009 he works as a free-lance designer for shop and furniture design, as well as fashion accessories.
Curator Marlies Wirth
© Kollektiv Fischka/fischka.com, Julia Landsiedl, Vienna Design Week 2010
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
© Kollektiv Fischka/fischka.com, Mark Braun und Leonid Rath von J. & L. Lobmeyr, 2010
Mark Braun and J. & L. Lobmeyr at Gallery Libby Sellers
Braun's proposal for the series saw a water carafe, handcrafted by Lobmeyr, engraved with one of seven glaciers, seven [more] lakes or seven rivers from across the globe. The collaboration between Braun, Lobmeyr and Gallery Libby Sellers will include the addition of an eighth river - London's Thames - launched exclusively at the gallery in December 2011.
For Braun and Lobmeyr 'Fortune' takes on a different connotation: water is the luxury here, as while these international waterways cover 70 per cent of the planet's surface, they are a threatened resource. By engraving, etching and sandblasting images of these waters (as taken from Google Earth) onto the carafes, the Fotrtune series is frozen a moment in a torrent of change. The waterways were chosen for their fragility or importance. For example, Fortune: Lake Baikal has a connection to one of the largest freshwater sources; Fortune: Lambert Glacier shows the largest glacier in the Antarctic, which is slowly melting; Fortune: River Euphrates depicts an important lifeline for several surrounding countries; while Fortune: River Thames celebrates the pivotal role the river has played as a thoroughfare to London's prosperity. As Braun has said, 'We all know that this water will be the new gold.'
The numbered series, and exclusive River Thames carafe, make the perfect gift as each are signed and detail the name of the body of water, its size and the time the carafe took to engrave. A range of postcard images by graphic designer Anna Sartorius accompanies the series. The Fortune series was initiated as part of Vienna Design Week.
Gallery Libby Sellers
J. & L. Lobmeyr
Interview with Tulga Beyerle at Monocle 24
Since October Monocle is also broadcasting as a web radio station. Correspondent Kimberly Bradely met Tulga Beyerle. Listen in!
If the link doesn't lead you directly to the broadcast, take the following path: Section D, 30/11, towards the end of the broadcast starting at minute 42:23
Interview on Section D at Monocle Radio 30/11/2011
© Rüdiger Andorfer, Patrycja Domanska & Gexi Tostmann
Publication on Design and Economy
© Valentin Vodev
Valentin Vodev's Vienna Bike
© LIECHTENSTEIN. The Princely Collections, Vaduz-Vienna, Frans Snyders (1579–1657) Stillleben mit Früchten, Wild und Gemüse sowie ein lebender Affe, ein Eichhörnchen und eine Katze
Liechtenstein Museum: Masterpieces from the collections
Lichtenstein Museum Link
Vienna Design Week Opening at Palais Liechtenstein
© David Payr/davidpayr.com, Grafik für das 21er Haus von Christof Nardin
21er Haus Opening
The 21er Haus was built in 1958 by the Austrian architect Karl Schwanzer (1918-1975) as a pavilion or temporary showroom for the Universal Exhibition in Brussels. The architectural structure of the pavilion seemed to be floating. The building was conceived in the lightweight construction mode, [more] with its upper storey, measuring 40 by 40 metres, resting exclusively on four buttresses. In 1958, Schwanzer received the Grand Prix d’Architecture for his visionary and technologically innovative design. Fritz Wotruba was commissioned with the monumental figural relief to be installed in front of the pavilion. The building served as an exhibition hall for the Museum of Modern Art until its collection was moved to the Museum of Modern Art - Ludwig Foundation in Vienna’s new MuseumsQuartier in late 2001. The 21er Haus was finally incorporated into the Belvedere in the early summer of 2002.
The 21er Haus is to be understood as a place of artistic production, reception, and reflection. The focus is on Austrian art of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries and its embedding in an international context. The Belvedere’s holdings, which will be given a permanent presence in a specially designated part of the building, will serve as a basis for research and exhibition activities. Relying on the Belvedere’s collection as a starting point, the programme, with its various formats, is meant to build a bridge between the museum’s modern architecture and contemporary art, thereby pursuing multidisciplinary and socially analytical approaches. Thematically focused temporary displays and corresponding monographic positions will concentrate on the numerous and ever more significant interrelationships among artists.
The 21er Haus Logo, the communication design and the first publications are created by Christof Nardin/bueronardin, who is also responsible for the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK festival CI. The tradition, the beginning of the 20er Haus and the archtitecture inspired Nardin for the new design identity of the museum.
We are looking forward to this new start and the opening exhibition!
21er Haus Website