Together with the architecture magazine 100 Häuser, the designer and carpet manufacturer Harald Geba issued a call for a design competition.
The goal was to encourage the link between handcrafts and design, and make tangible the many different qualities of and advantages provided by the textile. The contributions ranged from colorful abstract motifs to 3-D modular concepts.
Handwoven in Tibet, they can be seen in Vienna’s cult bar krypt.
In addition to the winning project, “Around The Corner” by Alexander Kada, the draft “Micro Macro” by the designer Patrick Rampelotto will also be exhibited.
Also with: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes, Gangoly & Kristiner Architekten, kadawittfeldarchitektur, KLK, Labvert, LOVE architecture and urbanism, propeller z, Arkan Zeytinoglu Architects
Jury: Harald Geba (Teppichgalerie Geba), Ralf Herms (Rosebud, creative director), Manuela Hötzl (100 Häuser, editor in chief), Michael Kienzer (Artist), Gustav Peichl (Architect)