Kramar / Kollektiv Fischka
Kramar / Kollektiv Fischka
Kramar / Kollektiv Fischka



Kneip (NO) with PEGA-cut Schneidetechnik

PEGA-cut Schneidetechnik, Kneip


As an early form of museum presentation, the art and curiosity cabinets – Wunderkammer – of the Late Renaissance and Baroque gathered together a conglomeration of different objects of diverse provenance: a concept the Norwegian design studio Kneip now adopted for their Passionswege project and developed in synergy with the company of PEGA-cut Schneidetechnik in Favoriten. The family concern was founded in 2004 and specializes in the processing of stone, metal, wood, and ceramics using water-jet technique. By means of this especially mild materialfriendly technique the designers Jørgen Platou Willumsen and Stian Korntved Ruud made poetic and filigree objects, and displayed them in their own curiosity cabinet, the PEGA-cut Schneidetechnik workshop. All these objects were related to products, product waste, and materials of PEGA-cut.