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Vienna Design Week 2011: Small Worlds by Christian Haas for Theresienthal

At Vienna Design Week 2011 the Bavarian glass manufacturer Theresienthal unveiled their new collection from Munich designer Christian Haas. Or perhaps “…. their latest collection from Munich designer Christian Haas” would be better as Christian has worked on numerous collections … Continue reading

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Vienna Design Week 2011: Misfits by Judith Seng and Alex Valder with J. & L. Lobmeyr

During Vienna Design Week the gallery space freiraum quartier21 INTERNATIONAL opened the exhibition “Totem and Taboo” exploring conventions in art and design. As part of the exhibition the Berlin designers Judith Seng and Alex Valder explored the “taboo” of seconds … Continue reading

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Vienna Design Week 2011: Tomás Alonso at Wiener Silber Manufactur

For all admirers of modern handicrafts, Vienna Design Week always offers a plethora of interesting exhibitions and projects. Last years collaboration between Berlin designer Mark Braun and J & L Lobmeyr as well as Vindobona by Swedish design studio Claesson … Continue reading

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Vienna Design Week 2010: Mark Braun and J & L Lobmeyr

A central feature of the Vienna Design Week is the so-called “Passionswege” – in which numerous traditional Viennese manufacturers cooperate with young designers on projects with an essentially experimental nature. This years Passionswege includes, for example, a series of white … Continue reading

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Vienna Design Week 2010: Vindobona by Claesson Koivisto Rune

As part of the Vienna Design Week exhibition “Barock Splendour and Stainless Steel” at the Liechtenstein Museum, the Stockholm design agency Claesson Koivisto Rune have created an exclusive range of tableware in cooperation with the Wiener Silber Manufactur and the … Continue reading

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