While the increasing unmanageability of the world of goods that surrounds us makes it more and more difficult to determine the qualities that lend validity to good design, the sixth edition of Design Everyday offers insights into the day-to-day activities of Austrian design studios. The format displays the innovative potential of the Austrian design scene and illustrates the fact that design criteria such as function, aesthetic, haptic, and sustainability are consistently being rethought and optimized in line with the latest demands.
Overall, Design Everyday represents an open collection that grows over time: with no claim to completeness, but with the perspective of offering Austrian product designers a platform with an international reach. The objective of the initiative is to encourage discussion and cooperation between designers and manufacturers as a means of strengthening mutual exchange and supporting cooperation.
Conceived and curated by Vandasye (Georg Schnitzer and Peter Umgeher), in cooperation with the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. Supported by the Vienna Business Agency, Department of Creativity & Business
With: Anna Prinzhorn, Ante Up, arge2, bonpart, Daniel Zeisner, dottings Industrial Design, EOOS, Formquadrat, forpeople, Georg Wanker Industrial Design, GP design partners, Johannes Scherr Design, Julia Schwarz, Kathrin Zelger - Ursula Futura, Klemens Schillinger, Lucy. D Design, Lum, March Gut, Martin Mostböck, Matthias Leite-Gürtner, mischer'traxler studio, Michael Perfahl Mostlikely, Natalie Pichler, Patrick Rampelotto, Petra Wieser, Rene Chavanne, Rolf Spectacles, Salz, Sandra Haischberger - Feine Dinge, Studio Barbara Gollackner, Lena Beigel, Teresa Egger