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29.9. A City 8.10. Full of 2017 Design

Festival Guide


 estival Headquarters with Info Point F This symbol marks features and events in both our Festival Headquarters, the Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus and the Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz. The Info Point in the Festival Headquarters North is the number one contact point for visitors. Several guided tours start here. Talks, panels, and lectures take place in the Festival Headquarters South. Cocktail The cocktail symbol marks selective events during the festival. Don’t worry if you don’t make it to these dates: Most exhibitions and presentations can be viewed throughout the entire festival at the stated opening times.

All features are on show throughout the entire duration of the festival unless otherwise announced. Selective events are listed in the daily planner in this Festival Guide. Admission is generally free. Please note the prices announced in the education and tour programs, and also the regular admission fees of the participating museums.

This Festival Guide’s cover (Symbol Card 210 g/m2) was produced with the kind support of Fedrigoni.

 uest Country Romania G This symbol marks all features and events associated with our Guest Country.  ocus District Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus F This sign stands for all events in this year’s Focus District of Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus. 1

Location Number This number specification refers to the location of each event. All addresses are listed on pages 130–134 and marked on the attached city map.

www.vienna designweek.at p. 2


Welcome, VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2017! You are holding in your hands the Festival Guide for Austria’s largest design festival. It is sorted according to locations, theme focuses, and festival formats, and provides an overview of more than 190 events associated with architecture, the graphic arts, and design of all kinds – product, furniture, industrial, experimental, and social design. Additionally, all events and locations may be found on our pocket-sized Festival Map this year!

Intro

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#vdw2017 #viennadesignweek

Come with us on our trip of discovery and watch out for the well-known chairs. They show you the way to the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK events. Use our responsive website to navigate through the ten-day program and get in touch with us online on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


Content

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Preface Greeting

p. 6–7 p. 8–9

Daily Planner

p. 10–23

Festival Headquarters North & South p. 24–31 Focus District Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus p. 32–37 Guest Country Romania p. 38–40

Talks p. 42–45 Education p. 46–49 Formats Debut p. 52–53 Passionswege p. 54–55 Stadtarbeit p. 58–59 Studio Illustration p. 60–61 Special p. 62–63

Program Partners

A—Z

p. 64–69

p. 70–116

Team p. 138 Thank You/Imprint p. 139 Partners p. 142–143

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Content

City Map p. 130–132 Addresses p. 133–134 Index p. 135–137


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One and one equals eleven – at least in our case! Our sporty festival team has transformed for the most part (and, like the more successful teams in these parts, mainly consists of women). Full of energy and with a new office location on Mahlerstraße, we have once again developed a comprehensive festival program – not an easy task, after all the fireworks of our tenth anniversary. So every year has its special challenges: This year we’ve discovered that some Viennese districts develop faster than we can pitch our tents there. We have taken on Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus, the 15th district. It is divided up by the tracks of the Western Railway and extends from the Westbahnhof station to the Technical Museum Vienna, from the Wienzeile to the Schmelz and the Nibelungenviertel. Accordingly, this year we have set up two central headquarters. Firstly – and at this point we would like to voice our heartfelt thanks to IKEA Austria – we can move into the Blaues Haus near Westbahnhof for the ten days of the festival, where in the coming years an IKEA branch will take shape right in the center of town. So the run-up to becoming a design location is happening even now. Our Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz is in any case an architectural icon. In the early 1970s, Johann Georg Gsteu created a branch of the Z-Sparkasse here that is striking for its incredible richness of detail: The new proprietor has kindly given us the keys for a temporary period. Sparkassaplatz will be the hub for our talks. We shall also be showing two special contributions here (one of which in the strongroom!) and some from partners. But the site is an experience in itself!

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Meanwhile the Blaues Haus awaits with a number of exhibitions, in particular those of this year’s Guest Country Romania. The Romanian Cultural Institute in Vienna has been preparing for this participation with enormous enthusiasm, and we are delighted yet again to introduce an Eastern European country and its design scene that has not yet hit the public eye so much in the design world. Across the whole city, many institutions, museum, universities, business people, and design studios are enthusiastically joining in the activities. As usual, we are offering tours each with a different thematic orientation, and, with the help of the Festival Guide and our website, we urge you to work out your own personal routes through the City Full of Design. Our central objective is to show Vienna from its contemporary side, even if the route takes you to old-established workshops or spotlights history. Innovation and design are inseparable. Going far beyond what is happening now, design addresses our future, our society, and our environment. It anticipates and reacts to change, or motivates it. And design is at the crossroads at the moment, because the many parameters it works with are changing. So there’s no better point in time to tackle it. In this spirit, we look forward with the greatest of pleasure to seeing you here with us! Lilli Hollein, Julia Hürner, and the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK team

Preface

Dear festival public!


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Gerhard Hirczi MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE VIENNA BUSINESS AGENCY Design has many aspects and through its creative ambitions constantly provides scope for cooperation, innovation, and discourse. This year for the eleventh time, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK will put this diversity of opportunity into the spotlight of international attention. As the city’s onthe-spot agency, we see the connection of design with traditional industry as a chance and means on the way towards a smart city. Particularly in an age of increasing digitalization and innovative and intelligent design, projects are emerging at the interface of technology and the creative industries that are increasingly manifesting economic impact and range, and simultaneously making our city a great and ever better place to live. This year at the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, we are initiating our ideas competition KINDER, KINDER! NEW DESIGN IDEAS FOR A PLAYFUL CITY and inviting creative people, producers, and manufacturers to venture a change of perspective. From this new vantage point, we hope for fresh impulses for life in a smart city – because a major city that sees itself as a place for children is also a great place for promoting innovation, responsibility, commitment, and success.

Greeting

Now for the eleventh time, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK is making Vienna in autumn into a city of design. In an intensive week, design in all its diversity will be explored and showcased, meanwhile providing a network for designers. More than 100 events offer countless opportunities for design enthusiasts to find their own individual approach to the festival. Openness, diversity, and freedom of scope are the prerequisites for fostering innovations and experiments. The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, this annual fixed date for both designers and design enthusiasts, makes space for creating something new, for entering into the current discourse on design, and for developing new examples of cooperation. I would like to congratulate the largest design festival in the country for its continued support of design and its significance both in Austria and on the international scene, and am already looking forward with the greatest of pleasure to the encounter with contemporary design.

© Peter Rigaud

© Peter Rigaud

Thomas Drozda FEDERAL MINISTER FOR ARTS AND CULTURE, CONSTITUTION AND MEDIA


For more than ten years now, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK has been showing impressively that Vienna stands not only for a rich imperial heritage, but also for contemporary art and modern design. In countless locations throughout the city, the festival illustrates how design influences our everyday life and lifestyle. With the annual Focus District – this year Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus – it promotes the city’s development and its neighborhoods, taking guests and Viennese alike to fascinating places off the beaten track. In the coming year, Vienna is devoting its annual motto “Beauty and the Abyss” to the achievements of Viennese Modernism and its effects on the present. With matchless diversity, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK graphically demonstrates that creativity, a pioneering spirit, and the innovational thinking of Modernism can be found just as much in the Vienna of today. I therefore thank the organizers of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK most warmly and wish them for this year and in the years to come much vitality and even more ideas, with which they will continue to play an active part in shaping the future of the city.

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© Sabine Hauswirth

© WienTourismus / Peter Rigaud

Norbert Kettner DIRECTOR OF WIENTOURISMUS

Andreas Mailath-Pokorny EXECUTIVE CITY COUNCILLOR FOR CULTURAL AFFAIRS, SCIENCE AND SPORTS IN VIENNA Crafts and design are making a comeback. The city’s production, workplaces, and businesses are enjoying a new boom of appreciation, emphasizing their contribution to creating an unmistakable local identity. The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK has made it its task to bring forgotten places that are off the beaten track of globalized production back into the public eye. In 2017, the focus is on Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus – a district going through a phase of upheaval. The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK with its experience in scouting and networking will leave permanent traces here, too – as it has already in the other districts where it stopped off. These discoveries will enhance Vienna’s significance in the minds of the visitors by reconnoitering and reconquering another piece of the city each year. With this in mind, I wish Lilli Hollein and her team a scintillating festival and look forward with great pleasure to the suspenseful explorations of the 15th district!


Daily Planner The daily planner supplies a calendar overview of selective events, including cocktails, openings, talks, workshops, and education programs. All features (A—Z -> p. 70–116) are on show throughout the entire duration of the festival unless otherwise announced.

Friday 29.9. Program Partners 10.30am Guided tour

COMMUNCIATION SPACES OF THE FUTURE Veech X Veech

p. 104

Studio Illustration 11am–8pm Work in progress

STUDIO ILLUSTRATION Emanuel Jesse

p. 60

Stadtarbeit 11am–1pm City tour

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Program Partners 11am–8pm Workshop

WITH HAND AND HEART: IKAT DYEING WITH VEGETABLE DYES TISCA

p. 101

Stadtarbeit 2pm–6pm Object assembly

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

p. 71

12

Stadtarbeit 3pm–7pm Work in progress

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

p. 76

51

Stadtarbeit 3pm–5pm Workshop

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Education 3pm–5pm Guided tour

TOUR 3: DESIGN IN VIENNA, INNER CITY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Gabriela Steiner-Scharfetter

p. 108

Education 3pm–5pm Guided tour

TOUR 4: URBAN WEST-END VIENNA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR)

p. 109

Program Partners 4pm Cocktail

DESIGN IN FILM: SET – COSTUME DESIGN – PROPS – TAILORING VÖF – Verband Österreichischer FilmaustatterInnen (Austrian Filmdesigners Association)

p. 110

40

Passionswege 5pm–8.30pm Cocktail

JÓLAN VAN DER WIEL (NL) with J. & L. Lobmeyr

p. 82

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Passionswege 5pm–8.30pm Cocktail

PAVILLON_35 (AT) with Saint Charles Apotheke

p. 90

50

Passionswege 5pm–8.30pm Cocktail

ZERUNIANANDWEISZ (AT) with Wiener Silber Manufactur

p. 116

69

Program Partners 6pm–9pm Opening

IN RELATION MAM Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art

p. 87

38

Program Partners 6.30pm Opening

#OFFLINE
– DESIGN FOR THE (GOOD OLD) REAL WORLD Spazio Pulpo

p. 99

54

Program Partners 7pm Talk “Design and Living Together”

INEKE HANS. WAS IST LOOS? Kunsthalle Wien

p. 84

36

Education 10am–12pm Guided tour

TOUR 3: DESIGN IN VIENNA, INNER CITY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Gabriela Steiner-Scharfetter

p. 108

63

Talks 10am–11.30am Lectures

DEPARTURE TALK 1: DESIGNING BUSINESS Vienna Business Agency / aws – austria wirtschaftsservice

p. 115

Studio Illustration 11am–8pm Work in progress

STUDIO ILLUSTRATION Franziska Romana

p. 60

Stadtarbeit 11am–1pm City tour

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Program Partners 11am–8pm Workshop

WITH HAND AND HEART: IKAT DYEING WITH VEGETABLE DYES TISCA

p. 101

Education 12.45pm–6pm Workshop

CREATORS LAB: DESIGNING BUSINESS Vienna Business Agency / aws – austria wirtschaftsservice

p. 113

67

Program Partners 1pm Cocktail

FOOD DESIGN & KITCHEN HACKING New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten

p. 89

15

Stadtarbeit 2pm–6pm Romanian cooking

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

p. 71

9

Program Partners 2pm–4pm Children’s workshop “Hello, Rocking Robots!”

MAK DESIGN KIDS MAK

p. 85

37

Saturday 30.9.

p. 11


Program Partners 2pm–6pm Talk

MAK DESIGN SUMMIT: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – GENUINE EMOTIONS. HOW ROBOTS SHAPE OUR LIVES MAK

p. 86

37

Program Partners 2.30pm–4pm Overview guided tour (English)

VIENNA BIENNALE 2017: ROBOTS. WORK. OUR FUTURE MAK

p. 87

37

Stadtarbeit 3pm–5pm Opening

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Stadtarbeit 3pm–7pm Work in progress

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

p. 76

51

Stadtarbeit 3pm–5pm Workshop

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Passionswege 3pm–6pm Cocktail

KATHARINA EISENKÖCK (AT/UK) with Petz Hornmanufaktur

p. 83

44

Passionswege 3pm–6pm Cocktail

MATTHIAS LEHNER (DE) with Hegenbart Kupferschmiede

p. 88

24

Program Partners 3pm–7pm Talk

DESIGN CONFERENCE: THE RESPONSIBILITY OF FOOD DESIGN New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten

p. 89

Program Partners 4pm–6pm Workshop “Costume Design/Concept Realization”

DESIGN IN FILM: SET – COSTUME DESIGN – PROPS – TAILORING VÖF – Verband Österreichischer FilmaustatterInnen (Austrian Filmdesigners Association)

p. 110

40

Stadtarbeit 6pm Cocktail

ADMIRABEL – WAS KOSTET Cosima Terrasse, Veronika Hackl, Andrea Visotschnig (AT)

p. 74

2

Stadtarbeit 6pm–10pm Cocktail

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

p. 76

30

Program Partners 6.30pm Performance

1+1=1 / HOW DO YOU FIT FIVE PEOPLE ONTO TWO CHAIRS? SITZFLÄCHE

p. 98

53

Stadtarbeit 7pm–10pm Cocktail

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

p. 71

12

Program Partners 7pm Cocktail

LAUNCH AND POP-UP STORE wildwood

p. 111

71

5pm–8pm Cocktail

COCKTAIL IN THE FESTIVAL HEADQUARTERS NORTH & SOUTH in the presence of the designers!

p. 29

p. 12


Sunday 1.10. Stadtarbeit 10am–12pm Workshop “INI PART – What Moves Me?”

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Stadtarbeit 10am–12pm Public drawing “Familiar and yet Strange”

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Program Partners 10.30am–12pm Overview guided tour (German)

VIENNA BIENNALE 2017: ROBOTS. WORK. OUR FUTURE MAK

p. 87

37

Program Partners 10.30am–1pm Workshop “Research at First Hand”

THE URBAN FUTURE_CHANGING CITY TOGETHER Technical Museum Vienna

p. 101

61

Studio Illustration 11am–8pm Work in progress

STUDIO ILLUSTRATION Dasha Zaichanka

p. 60

Stadtarbeit 11am–1pm City tour

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Program Partners 11am–4pm Workshop

WITH HAND AND HEART: IKAT DYEING WITH VEGETABLE DYES TISCA

p. 101

Stadtarbeit 12.30pm–4pm Workshop “Free Food Sharing”

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

p. 71

61

Program Partners 12.30pm–4pm Workshop “Free Food Sharing”

THE URBAN FUTURE_CHANGING CITY TOGETHER Technical Museum Vienna

p. 101

61

Program Partners 1pm Talk “New Forms of Housing and Urban Densification”

THE URBAN FUTURE_CHANGING CITY TOGETHER Technical Museum Vienna

p. 101

61

Program Partners 2pm Guided tour “How Do You Create an Exhibition?”

THE URBAN FUTURE_CHANGING CITY TOGETHER Technical Museum Vienna

p. 101

61

Stadtarbeit 3pm–7pm Work in progress

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

p. 76

51

Stadtarbeit 3pm–5pm Workshop

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Program Partners 3pm–4pm Guided tour

HELLO, ROBOT. DESIGN BETWEEN HUMAN AND MACHINE MAK

p. 86

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Talks 3.30pm Panel

DESIGNING DEMOCRACY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK

p. 105

Program Partners 4pm–6pm Workshop “Costume in Film/Job Descriptions“

DESIGN IN FILM: SET – COSTUME DESIGN – PROPS – TAILORING VÖF – Verband Österreichischer FilmaustatterInnen (Austrian Filmdesigners Association)

p. 110

40

Program Partners 5pm Presentation

4 ROOMS. 4 DESIGNERS. 1 HOTEL. Hotel Altstadt Vienna

p. 81

28

Stadtarbeit 11am–1pm City tour

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Studio Illustration 11am–8pm Work in progress

STUDIO ILLUSTRATION Sorina Vazelina

p. 60

Stadtarbeit 3pm–7pm Work in progress

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

p. 76

Stadtarbeit 3pm–5pm Workshop

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Education 3pm–5pm Guided tour

TOUR 4: URBAN WEST-END VIENNA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR)

p. 109

Stadtarbeit 4pm–8pm Multicultural cooking in the park

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

p. 71

Talks 4pm Panel

GLOBAL TOOLS – DESIGN EDUCATION TODAY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK

p. 106

Program Partners 5.30pm Cocktail

LOBMEYR CONTEMPORARY: ENTWÜRFE SEIT 2000 / DESIGN SINCE 2000 J. & L. Lobmeyr

p. 81

32

Program Partners 6pm Cocktail

WORK IN PROGRESS: EVOLUTION MONDAY Bene

p. 72

6

Program Partners 6pm Action reading

GIVE LIFE A CHANGE: A NEW PLATFORM by design:mikimartinek

p. 75

18

Program Partners 6pm Short guided tour

THE FARAWAY LAND – BORDERS ARE ONLY IN THE MIND Hofmobiliendepot · Imperial Furniture Collection

p. 80

27

Monday 2.10.

p. 14

51

9


Special 6pm Talk

VERONIKA BURGER: EVEN WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT RRRIOT Festival

p. 94

3

Program Partners 6pm Guided tours

STAGE FOR ART AND DESIGN Wiener Stadthalle

p. 111

70

Program Partners 6.15pm Short guided tour

THE FARAWAY LAND – BORDERS ARE ONLY IN THE MIND Hofmobiliendepot · Imperial Furniture Collection

p. 80

27

Program Partners 6.30pm–7pm Talk “Exoticism – Intimacy – Hedonism”

THE FARAWAY LAND – BORDERS ARE ONLY IN THE MIND Hofmobiliendepot · Imperial Furniture Collection

p. 80

27

Program Partners 6.30pm–9pm Opening

IT FEELS! DESIGN FOR THE SENSES Polish Institute Vienna / School of Form

p. 91

45

Program Partners 6.45pm Talk “Evolution Design”

WORK IN PROGRESS: EVOLUTION MONDAY Bene

p. 72

6

Program Partners 7pm Cocktail

ALTERNATE REALITIES Francesco Ciccolella

p. 77

60

Program Partners 7pm Cocktail

WE DON’T DO PRETTY Gigodesign

p. 77

72

Program Partners 7pm Cocktail

THE FARAWAY LAND – BORDERS ARE ONLY IN THE MIND Hofmobiliendepot · Imperial Furniture Collection

p. 80

27

Program Partners 7.30pm Cocktail

IS MA WUARSCHT: THE VIENNESE WÜRSTELSTAND, RELOADED Heimat Wien – Agentur für Veränderung

p. 79

25

Program Partners 8pm Award “PIXEL ART”

WORK IN PROGRESS: EVOLUTION MONDAY Bene

p. 72

6

Stadtarbeit 10am–12pm Workshop “INI PART – What Moves Me?“

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Studio Illustration 11am–8pm Work in progress

STUDIO ILLUSTRATION Kape Illustration

p. 60

Tuesday 3.10.

p. 15


Stadtarbeit 12pm–4pm Work in progress “Sensual Fake”

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Stadtarbeit 3pm–7pm Work in progress

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

p. 76

51

Education 4pm–6pm Guided tour

TOUR 1: RUDOLFSHEIM-FÜNFHAUS – PROFITING FROM ONE/ANOTHER VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Alexa Brauner

p. 107

24

Stadtarbeit 4pm–8pm Multicultural cooking in the park

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

p. 71

9

Program Partners 4pm Cocktail

ORNAMENT SMITHIES Karak

p. 82

16

Education 4pm–6pm Guided tour

DEPARTURE TOUR 1: ARCHITECTURE IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR)

p. 113

Stadtarbeit 5pm–10pm Exhibition at OPENmarx

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Program Partners 5pm–9pm Cocktail

AT HOME AT JOHAN’S MARCH GUT

p. 87

33

Program Partners 5pm Talk

INCLUSIVE, ANALOGUE, AND DIGITAL NOUS

p. 90

42

Program Partners 5pm Speed interior designing

LAUNCH AND POP-UP STORE wildwood

p. 111

71

Program Partners 5.30pm Cocktail

1+1=1 / HOW DO YOU FIT FIVE PEOPLE ONTO TWO CHAIRS? SITZFLÄCHE

p. 98

53

Program Partners 6pm–7.30pm Talk “Design Thinking Live”

ROAD TO DESIGN AND GUIDED TOUR Blaha Büromöbel

p. 73

8

Program Partners 6pm Cocktail

INNER STRUCTURE – NATURAL REALITIES Lavinia Hausner and Christian Lutz

p. 85

71

Talks 6pm Lecture

DEPARTURE TALK 2: RAUMLABORBERLIN IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus / Markus Bader (raumlaborberlin)

p. 115

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Program Partners 6.30pm–10pm Cocktail

ON THE TOP LEFT mischer’traxler studio

p. 89

41

Program Partners 6.30pm Cocktail

SPANNWERK TU Wien, Department of Three-Dimensional Design and Model Building

p. 102

64

Program Partners 7pm Cocktail

OF LANDSCAPES AND PATTERNS, PLANTS AND FABRICS. Kieran Fraser Landscape Design

p. 83

34

Program Partners 7pm Presentation

MAK DESIGN NITE: AUDIO INSTALLATION AND HAPPENING – ROLF SACHS MAK

p. 86

37

Program Partners 7.30pm Buffet and networking

ROAD TO DESIGN AND GUIDED TOUR Blaha Büromöbel

p. 73

8

Stadtarbeit 10am–12pm Workshop “INI PART – What Moves Me?“

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Stadtarbeit 11am–8pm Construction workshop

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Studio Illustration 11am–8pm Work in progress

STUDIO ILLUSTRATION Theresa Hattinger

p. 60

Program Partners 11am–6pm Work in progress “Hackathon”

SONIC RUG – A FREQUENCY MODULATING TEXTILE INTERFACE Selina Reiterer

p. 97

48

Education 11am–1.30pm Guided tour

DEPARTURE TOUR 2: LOCAL PRODUCTION IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus

p. 114

66

Stadtarbeit 12pm–4pm Work in progress “Sensual Fake”

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Education 3pm–5pm Guided tour

TOUR 1: RUDOLFSHEIM-FÜNFHAUS – PROFITING FROM ONE/ANOTHER VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Alexa Brauner

p. 107

24

Stadtarbeit 3pm–7pm Work in progress

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

p. 76

51

Wednesday 4.10.

p. 17


Stadtarbeit 4pm–8pm Multicultural cooking in the park

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

p. 71

Education 4pm–6pm Guided tour

TOUR 3: DESIGN IN VIENNA, INNER CITY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Gabriela Steiner-Scharfetter

p. 108

63

Program Partners 5pm Cocktail

GIVE LIFE A CHANGE: A NEW PLATFORM by design:mikimartinek

p. 75

18

Special 5pm Studio visit

G Siegrun Appelt

p. 98

58

Program Partners 5.30pm Cocktail

THE ORNAMENT IN THE DIGITAL AGE Fedrigoni / TU Graz, Institute of Architecture and Media

p. 76

19

Program Partners 5.30pm Cocktail

WISHFUL FURNITURE Glein Manufakturmöbel aus Wien

p. 78

22

Program Partners 5.30pm Talk

SOPHISTICATED DESIGN FROM THE PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB Peugeot

p. 91

Stadtarbeit 6pm–8pm Workshop “INI PART – What Moves Me?“

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Program Partners 6pm–9pm Cocktail

A QUESTION OF CONTEXT QWSTION Store / ECAL

p. 92

46

Talks 6pm Panel

DEPARTURE TALK 3: DESIGN IN RUDOLFSHEIM The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus

p. 116

Program Partners 6.30pm–10pm Cocktail

SONIC RUG – A FREQUENCY MODULATING TEXTILE INTERFACE Selina Reiterer

p. 97

48

Program Partners 7pm Cocktail

GLASS ARTIST Glashütte Comploj

p. 78

21

Program Partners 7pm Opening

FRESH AIR FOR PROTOTYPES undpartner

p. 102

29

Program Partners 8pm Party

FESTIVAL SUNDOWNER Ruby Marie Hotel & Bar

p. 96

48

p. 18

9


Thursday 5.10. Stadtarbeit 11am–8pm Exhibition “Urban Exhibition”

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

p. 76

Studio Illustration 11am–8pm Work in progress

STUDIO ILLUSTRATION Francesco Ciccolella

p. 60

Stadtarbeit 11am–8pm Construction workshop

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

p. 79

Stadtarbeit 12pm–4pm Work in progress “Sensual Fake”

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Stadtarbeit 2pm–4pm Public drawing “Familiar and yet Strange“

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Program Partners 3pm–6pm Guided tour

A B C GRAND TOUR Ana Berlin Communications

p. 72

67

Education 4pm–6pm Guided tour

TOUR 1: RUDOLFSHEIM-FÜNFHAUS – PROFITING FROM ONE/ANOTHER VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Alexa Brauner

p. 107

24

Stadtarbeit 4pm–8pm Multicultural cooking in the park

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

p. 71

9

Stadtarbeit 4pm–6pm Public drawing “Familiar and yet Strange“

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

31

Program Partners 5pm Talk

SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION Spirit Design

p. 99

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Program Partners 5.30pm Cocktail

SCHIELE GOES 3-D – FROM PORTRAIT TO SCULPTURE Hg5

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Program Partners 5.30pm Talk

A DIGITALLY FABRICATED NEW WORLD. WHAT? LAUFEN

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Program Partners 5.30pm Cocktail

A CURATED ART SHOW. WHAT? LAUFEN

p. 84

Program Partners 6pm Action reading

GIVE LIFE A CHANGE: A NEW PLATFORM by design:mikimartinek

p. 75

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Program Partners 6pm Cocktail

PETALS & LEAVES: FLORAL BOWL SETS MADE OF COLORED PORCELAIN feinedinge*

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Stadtarbeit 6pm Talk

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

p. 75

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Program Partners 6pm Cocktail pop-up shop

FIDDLER, PFEIFFER & SCHLAU Meșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) / zerunianandweisz

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Program Partners 6pm–10pm Cocktail

RADO STAR PRIZE AUSTRIA 2017 Rado

p. 93

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Program Partners 6pm Cocktail

CHROMATIC ARCHITECTURE RWA_Architetti

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Program Partners 6pm Cocktail

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! TON

p. 102

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Program Partners 6.30pm Presentation

IDEAS COMPETITION: KINDER, KINDER! NEW DESIGN IDEAS FOR A PLAYFUL CITY Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure

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Stadtarbeit 7pm Talk

ADMIRABEL – WAS KOSTET Cosima Terrasse, Veronika Hackl, Andrea Visotschnig (AT)

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Program Partners 7pm Talk

OF LANDSCAPES AND PATTERNS, PLANTS AND FABRICS. Kieran Fraser Landscape Design

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Program Partners 7pm Cocktail

#OFFLINE
– DESIGN FOR THE (GOOD OLD) REAL WORLD Spazio Pulpo

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Program Partners 7pm Presentation

THE SIXTH SENSE OF A BRAND Studio Riebenbauer

p. 100

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Program Partners 7pm Designers Dinner

LAUNCH AND POP-UP STORE wildwood

p. 111

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Program Partners 10am–8pm Presentation

OPEN DAY IN THE MOST ANALOGUE HOTEL ROOM IN THE WORLD 25hours Hotel

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Program Partners 10am–2pm Open House in der Werkstätte (NUT & FEDER)

A POP-UP SHOP FOR FURNISHING AND DESIGN PRODUCTS BUY SOCIAL DESIGN

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Program Partners 10am–6pm Presentation

AUTUMN COLLECTIONS OF THE COLEFAX & FOWLER GROUP Vienna Fabrics & Design

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Stadtarbeit 11am–8pm Exhibition “Urban Exhibition”

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

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Stadtarbeit 11am–8pm Construction workshop

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

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Studio Illustration 11am–8pm Work in progress

STUDIO ILLUSTRATION Saddo

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Education 11am–2pm Guided tour

DEPARTURE TOUR 3: DESIGN IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus

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Stadtarbeit 12pm–4pm Work in progress “Sensual Fake”

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

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Program Partners 3pm–8pm Workshop “Large-format Photo Shoot”

OPEN DAY IN THE MOST ANALOGUE HOTEL ROOM IN THE WORLD 25hours Hotel

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Education 3pm–5pm Guided tour

TOUR 3: DESIGN IN VIENNA, INNER CITY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Gabriela Steiner-Scharfetter

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Education 3.30pm–5.30pm Guided tour

TOUR 4: URBAN WEST-END VIENNA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR)

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Stadtarbeit 4pm–8pm Multicultural cooking in the park

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

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Stadtarbeit 4pm–6pm Workshop “INI PART – What Moves Me?“

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

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Program Partners 4pm Guided tour

STAGE FOR ART AND DESIGN Wiener Stadthalle

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Gastland 4.30pm Cocktail

PLAY&REWIND – MEMORIES, GAMES AND TALES IN ROMANIAN DESIGN Romanian Design Week / Romanian Cultural Institute Vienna

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Program Partners 5pm Cocktail

ATELIER ARETI: DESIGNING LIGHT behan+thurm

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Program Partners 5pm Talk “Reproduction”

CAROLINE HEIDER: WIENER WERKSTÄTTE Bildrecht | Bildraum 01

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Program Partners 6pm Cocktail

CAROLINE HEIDER: WIENER WERKSTÄTTE Bildrecht | Bildraum 01

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Program Partners 6pm Action reading

GIVE LIFE A CHANGE: A NEW PLATFORM by design:mikimartinek

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Program Partners 6pm Cocktail

AESTHETICS = FUNCTION STEININGER

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Program Partners 6.30pm Presentation

CELEBRATING TRADITION, NOT BACKWARDS BUT FORWARDS Grand Ferdinand

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Program Partners 7pm Presentation

THE SIXTH SENSE OF A BRAND Studio Riebenbauer

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Program Partners 10am–2pm Children’s workshop with eematico

FIDDLER, PFEIFFER & SCHLAU Meșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) / zerunianandweisz

p. 88

Stadtarbeit 11am–4pm Construction workshop

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

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Studio Illustration 11am–8pm Work in progress

STUDIO ILLUSTRATION Kitra

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Education 11am–1pm Guided tour

TOUR 1: RUDOLFSHEIM-FÜNFHAUS – PROFITING FROM ONE/ANOTHER VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Alexa Brauner

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Stadtarbeit 2pm–4pm Cooking with local food

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

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Program Partners 2pm–4pm Children’s workshop “Film Away!”

MAK DESIGN KIDS MAK

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Program Partners 4pm Talk

TRIBUTE TO PAOLO PIVA University of Applied Arts Vienna

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Stadtarbeit 5pm Award

EXTRAVALUE DESIGN AWARD Erste Bank

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Saturday 7.10.

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Program Partners 6pm Presentation

ORNAMENT SMITHIES Karak

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Stadtarbeit 7pm–10pm Party

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

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Stadtarbeit 7pm–10pm Block party

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

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Stadtarbeit 10am Betting brunch

ADMIRABEL – WAS KOSTET Cosima Terrasse, Veronika Hackl, Andrea Visotschnig (AT)

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Stadtarbeit 11am–1pm Feedback workshop

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO)

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Studio Illustration 11am–8pm Work in progress

STUDIO ILLUSTRATION Paul Riedmüller

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Talks 2pm Panel

DESIGN IN ROMANIA – DESIGN FROM ROMANIA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK

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Stadtarbeit 3pm–5pm Public drawing “Familiar and yet Strange“

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

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Stadtarbeit 3pm–5pm Finissage

LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT)

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Stadtarbeit 3pm–8pm Finissage “Dismantling Performance”

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

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Education 4pm–6pm Guided tour

TOUR 2: ARCHITECTURE ON SPARKASSAPLATZ VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Corona Gsteu

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Talks 4pm Panel

LOCAL COLOR VIENNA DESIGN WEEK

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5pm–8pm Finissage

FINISSAGE IN THE FESTIVAL HEADQUARTERS NORTH & SOUTH in the presence of the designers – last day, last chance!

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Sunday 8.10.

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Festival Headquarters North & South

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 his symbol marks all events T in the Festival Headquarters.

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VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus 15., Europaplatz 1 Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4 Opening hours 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm Cocktail Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Finissage Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm

Festival Headquarters

Bipartite district, bipartite Festival Headquarters. The 15th district is unique for being divided into two halves. In the north: the more densely populated part, first urbanized in 1850. In the south: the historic part that goes back to the Middle Ages. In between: tracks. This year, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK is responding to this by setting up two Festival Headquarters at once. While the Blaues Haus near Westbahnhof was used quite recently as an emergency refugee quarter and will soon be transformed by IKEA into a sensational architectural entrance gate to the district, the building on Sparkassaplatz was remodeled by Johann Georg Gsteu in the 1970s to act as a branch of the Zentralsparkasse. It now invites visitors to come on board into a jewel of urban architecture with keel-shaped ground plan. True to the dictum: Design connects. Also the 15th district.


Info Points North & South

Raststation North & South

Information and Festival Guides – here, visitors can pick up everything they need for a relaxed visit to the festival. Guided tours in the Festival Headquarters start here.

Stop off and relax! Invitation to a cup of coffee. With the kind support of illy and TON. The Raststation North was designed with tapes by Nitto.

Cocktail in the Festival Headquarters North & South Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Finissage in the Festival Headquarters North & South Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm Cocktail and finissage in the presence of the designers!

VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Shuttle – Design driven by Peugeot On both festival Saturdays (30.9. and 7.10.), our partner is providing top comfort for visitors when exploring the Focus District. The branded Peugeot Shuttle will be providing a service free of charge to transport the festival public to three stops in the district of Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus: Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz Hegenbart Kupferschmiede / Petz Hornmanufaktur City map Focus District p. 132

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Festival Headquarters

The doors of the Festival Headquarters have been opened with the kind support of IKEA (North) and Mauerwerk Immobilien (South).


Pop-up-Café Zweitbester in the Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus

The restaurant in the heart of the Freihausviertel in the 4th district was opened in 2011 by Florian Egger and Vladimir Petrovic. Together with the architecture bureau driendl*architects, they transformed a former café into an elegant, welcoming, and simultaneously brand-new location in Vienna. Creative people from the neighborhood meet here for lunch. In the evening, guests come from all over the city for dinner or an

after-work drink. And on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays, the lavish brunch and special atmosphere attract families with children to spend quality leisure time dining and chatting. The drinks menu is diverse and ingenious, the food menu a masterpiece of versatility. At Zweitbester, special value is placed on the quality and source of the products, also hand- and homemade items. Many of these parameters can also be rediscovered during the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. In the program as well as the pop-up café. Opening hours 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus 15., Europaplatz 1

© Zweitbester

The hot-spot restaurant Zweitbester is not the best, it’s the very best choice for the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK pop-up café in the Blaues Haus. For ten days, the art-loving operators Florian Egger and Vladimir Petrovic are pitching their tents in the Festival Headquarters North to provide a second living room for guests, friends, and visitors. Second best things first, what else?


www.peugeot.at

DIE KONKURRENZ SAH UNS NICHT KOMMEN. DABEI LAGEN WIR EINFACH NUR VORNE.

DER NEUE PEUGEOT 3008 SUV WER DAS „AUTO DES JAHRES“ DESIGNED HAT, IST AUCH DER RICHTIGE PARTNER FÜR DIE VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. CO2-Emission: 100 –136 g / km, Gesamtverbrauch: 3,8 – 6,0 l /100 km. Symbolfoto.

DER NEUE PEUGEOT 3008 SUV


Overview Festival Headquarters North Debut Exhibition THE ANSWERING MACHINE Polytechnic University of Timișoara, Faculty of Architecture and City Planning p. 92

Exhibition A CONVERSATION IN DESIGN: THE UNTAMED VS. THE ORDERLY United Colours of Design p. 103 Presentation BE YOUR OWN DESIGNER AND MAKE IT YOURS! USM p. 103

Special Guest Country Romania Exhibition THREADS OF TRADITION Romanian Design Week / Romanian Cultural Institute Vienna p. 95

Exhibition DESIGN EVERYDAY – DESIGN FÜR DEN GEBRAUCH Vandasye p. 104

Stadtarbeit Program Partners Presentation A POP-UP SHOP FOR FURNISHING AND DESIGN PRODUCTS BUY SOCIAL DESIGN p. 74 Presentation RADO TRUE DESIGN EDITIONS 2017 Rado p. 93 Exhibition MORPHOSIS, A DESIGN EXHIBITION Schloss Hollenegg for Design p. 97 Workshops WITH HAND AND HEART: IKAT DYEING WITH VEGETABLE DYES TISCA p. 101

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Work in progress RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE) p. 79

Studio Illustration Work in progress STUDIO ILLUSTRATION VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 60

Education Guided tour TOUR 4: URBAN WEST-END VIENNA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR) p. 109


Overview Festival Headquarters South Debut Exhibition DESIGNING CRAFT, CRAFTING DESIGN Royal College of Art (RCA) London / Werkraum Bregenzerwald / Diaméter Collective p. 96

Program Partners Exhibition A CURATED ART SHOW. WHAT? LAUFEN p. 84 Talk A DIGITALLY FABRICATED NEW WORLD. WHAT? LAUFEN p. 84 Presentation FIDDLER, PFEIFFER & SCHLAU Meșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) / zerunianandweisz p. 88 Talk DESIGN CONFERENCE: THE RESPONSIBILITY OF FOOD DESIGN New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten p. 89

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Talk SOPHISTICATED DESIGN FROM THE PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB Peugeot p. 91 Presentation IDEAS COMPETITION: KINDER, KINDER! NEW DESIGN IDEAS FOR A PLAYFUL CITY Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure p. 112

Special Exhibition G Siegrun Appelt p. 98 Exhibition PANZERSCHRANK POTEMKIN Virgil Widrich p. 110


Talks

Education

Panel DESIGNING DEMOCRACY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 105

Guided tour TOUR 2: ARCHITECTURE ON SPARKASSAPLATZ VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Corona Gsteu p. 108

Panel GLOBAL TOOLS – DESIGN EDUCATION TODAY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 106 Panel DESIGN IN ROMANIA – DESIGN FROM ROMANIA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 106 Panel LOCAL COLOR VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 107

Guided tour TOUR 4: URBAN WEST-END VIENNA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR) p. 109 Guided tour DEPARTURE TOUR 1: ARCHITECTURE IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR) p. 113

Lectures DEPARTURE TALK 1: DESIGNING BUSINESS Vienna Business Agency / aws – austria wirtschaftsservice p. 115

Panel DEPARTURE TALK 3: DESIGN IN RUDOLFSHEIM The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus p. 116

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Festival Headquarters South

Lecture DEPARTURE TALK 2: RAUMLABORBERLIN IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus / Markus Bader (raumlaborberlin) p. 115


Focus District RudolfsheimFünfhaus

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 his symbol T marks all features in the Focus District of RudolfsheimFünfhaus.

Focus District

Vienna 15 has been out of the up-andcoming category for a long time now. Not so long ago, the district was associated with suburbs filled with down-at-heel, mid-to-late nineteenthcentury buildings, worker migration, and street sexworkers, but since the turn of the twenty-first century it has gained undisputedly in attractiveness. At the same time, Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus is today symbolic of a new sense of belonging within a neighborhood. Besides the Nibelungenviertel in the north, a new creative zone is evolving especially in the meandering streets and alleys of the district’s center in the south, which reaches back to the Middle Ages, for instance round around Reindorfgasse and Schwendermarkt. For ten whole days, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK will be opening up the urban curtain and setting the stage with new spaces here, supporting long-established businesses and showcasing all the facets of the dual district divided by the Western Railway. A location survey from the perspective of design. For locals just as much as for international guests!


Overview Focus District

Exhibition ON THE TOP LEFT mischer’traxler studio p. 89

Passionswege

Exhibition FOOD DESIGN & KITCHEN HACKING New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten p. 89

Presentation KATHARINA EISENKÖCK (AT/UK) with Petz Hornmanufaktur p. 83 Presentation MATTHIAS LEHNER (DE) with Hegenbart Kupferschmiede p. 88

Program Partners Presentation A POP-UP SHOP FOR FURNISHING AND DESIGN PRODUCTS BUY SOCIAL DESIGN p. 74 Work in progress ORNAMENT SMITHIES Karak p. 82 Presentation OF LANDSCAPES AND PATTERNS, PLANTS AND FABRICS. Kieran Fraser Landscape Design p. 83 Exhibition INNER STRUCTURE – NATURAL REALITIES Lavinia Hausner and Christian Lutz p. 85

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Talk INCLUSIVE, ANALOGUE, AND DIGITAL NOUS p. 90 Presentation 1+1=1 / HOW DO YOU FIT FIVE PEOPLE ONTO TWO CHAIRS? SITZFLÄCHE p. 98 Guided tours STAGE FOR ART AND DESIGN Wiener Stadthalle p. 111 Presentation LAUNCH AND POP-UP STORE wildwood p. 111


Stadtarbeit

Education

Work in progress TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO) p. 71

Guided tours TOUR 1: RUDOLFSHEIM-FÜNFHAUS – PROFITING FROM ONE/ANOTHER VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Alexa Brauner p. 107

Work in progress ADMIRABEL – WAS KOSTET Cosima Terrasse, Veronika Hackl, Andrea Visotschnig (AT) p. 74 Work in progress LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT) p. 75 Work in progress DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT) p. 76 Work in progress RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE) p. 79

Guided tours TOUR 4: URBAN WEST-END VIENNA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR) p. 109 Guided tour DEPARTURE TOUR 1: ARCHITECTURE IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR) p. 113 Guided tour DEPARTURE TOUR 2: LOCAL PRODUCTION IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus p. 114

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Focus District

Guided tour DEPARTURE TOUR 3: DESIGN IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus p. 114


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The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus This year places a special focus on the district of Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus. Therefore, the Vienna Business Agency with its creative center departure is joining forces with the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK to engage in a series of talks and guided tours to showcase the multifaceted creative scene in the 15th Viennese district.

Creators Lab

departure Tour

Sat 30.9., 12.45pm–6pm CREATORS LAB: DESIGNING BUSINESS p. 113

Tue 3.10., 4pm–6pm DEPARTURE TOUR 1: ARCHITECTURE IN FOCUS p. 113

departure Talk Sat 30.9., 10am–11.30am DEPARTURE TALK 1: DESIGNING BUSINESS p. 115 Tue 3.10., 6pm DEPARTURE TALK 2: RAUMLABORBERLIN IN FOCUS p. 115 Wed 4.10., 6pm DEPARTURE TALK 3: DESIGN IN RUDOLFSHEIM p. 116

Wed 4.10., 11am–1.30pm DEPARTURE TOUR 2: LOCAL PRODUCTION IN FOCUS p. 114 Fri 6.10., 11am–2pm DEPARTURE TOUR 3: DESIGN IN FOCUS p. 114

Further events of the Vienna Business Agency Design competition CONTENT VIENNA: 50.000 EUROS FOR CREATIVE DIGITAL PRODUCTIONS p. 111 Exhibition CURATED BY_VIENNA: THE GALLERY FESTIVAL WITH INTERNATIONAL CURATORS IN VIENNA p. 112 Presentation IDEAS COMPETITION: KINDER, KINDER! NEW DESIGN IDEAS FOR A PLAYFUL CITY p. 112


Guest Country Romania

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 his symbol T marks all features and events associated with our Guest Country.

Guest Country

Salut, România! With its changing focus, year after year the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK gives us richly detailed insights into the creativity of another European country. The spotlight onto Eastern Europe this year illuminates a multifaceted landscape – both in topography and in design! Whether crafts produced in the rural Danube delta or the dynamic design scene in the urban centers of București, Timișoara, and Sibiu – design in blue, yellow, and red is represented this autumn across the board of all festival formats. For example, with the Polytechnic University of Timișoara, the Romanian Design Week, and the Romanian Cultural Institute in Vienna. And on top of these, the projects of the Stadtarbeit will be thrillingly flanked by outstanding Romanian design. So, all we can say is: Hello Romania! Wow!


Overview Guest Country Romania Exhibition PLAY&REWIND – MEMORIES, GAMES AND TALES IN ROMANIAN DESIGN Romanian Design Week / Romanian Cultural Institute Vienna p. 95 Exhibition THREADS OF TRADITION Romanian Design Week / Romanian Cultural Institute Vienna p. 95

Stadtarbeit Work in progress TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO) p. 71

Studio Illustration Work in progress STUDIO ILLUSTRATION VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 60

Talks Debut Exhibition THE ANSWERING MACHINE Polytechnic University of Timișoara, Faculty of Architecture and City Planning p. 92

Panel DESIGN IN ROMANIA – DESIGN FROM ROMANIA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 106 Lectures DEPARTURE TALK 1: DESIGNING BUSINESS Vienna Business Agency / aws – austria wirtschaftsservice p. 115

Program Partners Presentation FIDDLER, PFEIFFER & SCHLAU Meșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) / zerunianandweisz p. 88

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Education Workshop CREATORS LAB: DESIGNING BUSINESS Vienna Business Agency / aws – austria wirtschaftsservice p. 113


Talks

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Talks

Let’s talk about it! The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK talks about various aspects of design in lectures and panel discussions: Under the spotlight are strategies of urban development and artistic ventures between Berlin and Vienna, likewise the eye-opening local color of the 15th district and the driving creative forces in the neighborhood. In contrast, a special university talk with international guests revolves around academic education. Special guest this year is Romania – its creative profile is the subject of a further talk. Moreover, national identity as visual message is shifted into focus on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the republic in 2018 and the prospective National Council election. On top of all this, many other options for knowledge sharing, discussion, and reflection are to be had throughout the entire festival program.


Overview Talks Panel DESIGNING DEMOCRACY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 105 Panel GLOBAL TOOLS – DESIGN EDUCATION TODAY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 106

Program Partners Talk “Evolution Design” WORK IN PROGRESS: EVOLUTION MONDAY Bene p. 72 Talk “Reproduction” CAROLINE HEIDER: WIENER WERKSTÄTTE Bildrecht | Bildraum 01 p. 73 Talk “Design Thinking Live” ROAD TO DESIGN AND GUIDED TOURS Blaha Büromöbel p. 73

Panel DESIGN IN ROMANIA – DESIGN FROM ROMANIA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 106

Action reading GIVE LIFE A CHANGE: A NEW PLATFORM by design:mikimartinek p. 75

Panel LOCAL COLOR VIENNA DESIGN WEEK p. 107

Talk “Exoticism – Intimacy – Hedonism” THE FARAWAY LAND – BORDERS ARE ONLY IN THE MIND Hofmobiliendepot · Imperial Furniture Collection p. 80

Lectures DEPARTURE TALK 1: DESIGNING BUSINESS Vienna Business Agency / aws – austria wirtschaftsservice p. 115 Lecture DEPARTURE TALK 2: RAUMLABORBERLIN IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus / Markus Bader (raumlaborberlin) p. 115 Panel DEPARTURE TALK 3: DESIGN IN RUDOLFSHEIM The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus p. 116

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Talk OF LANDSCAPES AND PATTERNS, PLANTS AND FABRICS. Kieran Fraser Landscape Design p. 83 Talk “The Pragmaticism of Ineke Hans” INEKE HANS. WAS IST LOOS? Kunsthalle Wien p. 84 Talk “Design and Living Together” INEKE HANS. WAS IST LOOS? Kunsthalle Wien p. 84


Talk A DIGITALLY FABRICATED NEW WORLD. WHAT? LAUFEN p. 84 Talk MAK DESIGN SUMMIT: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – GENUINE EMOTIONS. HOW ROBOTS SHAPE OUR LIVES MAK p. 86 Talk DESIGN CONFERENCE: THE RESPONSIBILITY OF FOOD DESIGN New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten p. 89 Talk INCLUSIVE, ANALOGUE, AND DIGITAL NOUS p. 90

Special Talk VERONIKA BURGER: EVEN WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT RRRIOT Festival p. 94

Stadtarbeit Talk ADMIRABEL – WAS KOSTET Cosima Terrasse, Veronika Hackl, Andrea Visotschnig (AT) p. 74 Talk LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT) p. 75

Talk SOPHISTICATED DESIGN FROM THE PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB Peugeot p. 91 Talk SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION Spirit Design p. 99 Talk “New Forms of Housing and Urban Densification” THE URBAN FUTURE_CHANGING CITY TOGETHER Technical Museum Vienna p. 101

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Talks

Talk TRIBUTE TO PAOLO PIVA University of Applied Arts Vienna p. 103


Education

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Design for all! The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK with its great diversity of workshops and tour programs is inviting visitors of all ages to join in and be informed, entertained, and inspired. In short: to experience design in the flesh. Besides the fascinatingly diverse explorations through Vienna in general and the Festival District of Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus in particular, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2017 is offering educational programs on key themes such as architecture, social design, and handicrafts. And the younger generation? The various children’s workshops are the best guarantee for the designers of tomorrow.

VIENNA DESIGN WEEK TOUR 1–4 Tickets and booking online at www.viennadesignweek.at Registration for school tours at tours@viennadesignweek.at

KulturKontakt Austria sponsors active art and culture education and communication in the school context.

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Education

Specials for school classes: Our school tours with design°mobil show how design influences our daily life and where design happens in Vienna. Moreover, there is a handout for teachers to help them do a guided tour of their own with their students through the world of design.


Overview Education Guided tours TOUR 1: RUDOLFSHEIM-FÜNFHAUS – PROFITING FROM ONE/ANOTHER VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Alexa Brauner p. 107 Guided tour TOUR 2: ARCHITECTURE ON SPARKASSAPLATZ VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Corona Gsteu p. 108 Guided tours TOUR 3: DESIGN IN VIENNA, INNER CITY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Gabriela Steiner-Scharfetter p. 108

Program Partners Workshop “Large-format Photo Shoot” OPEN DAY IN THE MOST ANALOGUE HOTEL ROOM IN THE WORLD 25hours Hotel p. 71 Guided tour A B C GRAND TOUR Ana Berlin Communications p. 72 Short guided tours THE FARAWAY LAND – BORDERS ARE ONLY IN THE MIND Hofmobiliendepot · Imperial Furniture Collection p. 80 Children’s workshop “Hello, Rocking Robots!” MAK DESIGN KIDS MAK p. 85

Guided tours TOUR 4: URBAN WEST-END VIENNA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR) p. 109

Children’s workshop “Film Away!” MAK DESIGN KIDS MAK p. 85

Workshop CREATORS LAB: DESIGNING BUSINESS Vienna Business Agency / aws – austria wirtschaftsservice p. 113

Guided tour HELLO, ROBOT. DESIGN BETWEEN HUMAN AND MACHINE MAK p. 86

Guided tour DEPARTURE TOUR 1: ARCHITECTURE IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR) p. 113

Overview guided tours VIENNA BIENNALE 2017: ROBOTS. WORK. OUR FUTURE MAK p. 87

Guided tour DEPARTURE TOUR 2: LOCAL PRODUCTION IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus p. 114 Guided tour DEPARTURE TOUR 3: DESIGN IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus p. 114

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Children’s workshop with eematico FIDDLER, PFEIFFER & SCHLAU Meșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) / zerunianandweisz p. 88


Workshop “Free Food Sharing” THE URBAN FUTURE_CHANGING CITY TOGETHER Technical Museum Vienna p. 101 Workshop “Research at First Hand” THE URBAN FUTURE_CHANGING CITY TOGETHER Technical Museum Vienna p. 101 Guided tour “How Do You Create an Exhibition?” THE URBAN FUTURE_CHANGING CITY TOGETHER Technical Museum Vienna p. 101 Workshops WITH HAND AND HEART: IKAT DYEING WITH VEGETABLE DYES TISCA p. 101 Guided tour COMMUNCIATION SPACES OF THE FUTURE Veech X Veech p. 104 Workshop “Costume Design/Concept Realization” DESIGN IN FILM: SET – COSTUME DESIGN – PROPS – TAILORING VÖF – Verband Österreichischer FilmaustatterInnen (Austrian Filmdesigners Association) p. 110 Workshop “Costume in Film/Job Descriptions“ DESIGN IN FILM: SET – COSTUME DESIGN – PROPS – TAILORING VÖF – Verband Österreichischer FilmaustatterInnen (Austrian Filmdesigners Association) p. 110

Stadtarbeit Workshop “Free Food Sharing” TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO) p. 71 Feedback workshop TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO) p. 71 Public drawing “Familiar and yet Strange” LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT) p. 75 Workshops “INI PART – What Moves Me?” LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT) p. 75 City tours RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE) p. 79 Workshops RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE) p. 79 Construction workshops RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE) p. 79

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Education

Guided tours STAGE FOR ART AND DESIGN Wiener Stadthalle p. 111


Debut Passionswege Stadtarbeit Studio Illustration Special Formats

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Formats

With its curated formats Debut, Passionswege, Stadtarbeit, Studio Illustration, and Special, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK has taken on the task of creating a new awareness for design. The intention is not merely to shift its aesthetic function into focus, but above all to accentuate those aspects that make design into a central part of our daily life. Thanks to their different approaches, each format created by the team of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK illuminates and presents yet another aspect of this kind.


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All eyes on new design! With the Debut format the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK is highlighting a selection of outstanding educational institutions from home and abroad. At the same time, the format is an international networking platform and independent arena for upand-coming design. For example, the Werkraum Bregenzerwald in a remarkable cooperative venture is bringing the renowned Royal College of Art (RCA) London to Vienna and meeting up here with the Polytechnic University of Timișoara from this year’s Guest Country Romania. The works on display exemplify the living design culture of a new generation and span an arc from product design and crafts to architecture and urban planning. Debut, the stage is all yours!


Overview Debut Exhibition THE ANSWERING MACHINE Polytechnic University of Timișoara, Faculty of Architecture and City Planning p. 92

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Debut

Exhibition DESIGNING CRAFT, CRAFTING DESIGN Royal College of Art (RCA) London / Werkraum Bregenzerwald / Diaméter Collective p. 96


Passionswege

Design connects. Especially in the case of the Passionswege. Ever since they were introduced, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK has been connecting international and Austrian designers with Viennese production companies in the context of this curated format. In open work processes and free from the commercial constraints of conventional work relationships, designers and businesses experiment, create, and share knowledge. The financial framework is established by the festival. Starting out from two stations in the inner city, the format makes its way via a stop-off in the 6th district into the Focus District of Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus. The results of each cooperative venture – objects or installations – are shown directly on site in what are frequently authentic Viennese workshops and business premises. Passionswege – in the eleventh year, too, this means: discovering the city’s manufacturing culture in tandem. Curators: Lilli Hollein and Julia Hürner

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Overview Passionswege Presentation JÓLAN VAN DER WIEL (NL) with J. & L. Lobmeyr p. 82 Presentation KATHARINA EISENKÖCK (AT/UK) with Petz Hornmanufaktur p. 83 Presentation MATTHIAS LEHNER (DE) with Hegenbart Kupferschmiede p. 88 Presentation PAVILLON_35 (AT) with Saint Charles Apotheke p. 90

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Presentation ZERUNIANANDWEISZ (AT) with Wiener Silber Manufactur p. 116


www.viennesemodernism2018.info

©Series „B“/Design: Josef Hoffmann/Collection Lobmeyr

DISCOVER DESIGN THAT LASTS FOREVER. BE AHEAD OF YOUR TIME


Viennese Modernism and its Design Stars Vienna was a design city even 100 years ago. The Wiener Werkstätte (1903–1932) and its masterminds conquered the world from here. First and foremost Koloman Moser (1868–1918), co-founder of the Wiener Werkstätte. He designed practically everything that could be designed at the time: wallpaper, books, stainedglass windows, stationery, furniture, silver hollowware, posters, etc. The Wiener Werkstätte logo, which he designed, was the first modern logo ever. Moser was a graphic and product designer. He developed corporate designs even before the term had been invented.

J. & L. Lobmeyr, the silversmiths of Jarosinski & Vaugoin, and the Wiener Silber Manufactur still work with historic designs and interpret them anew. Comprehensive collections of historic Wiener Werkstätte pieces can be seen in the MAK and the Leopold Museum.

The Wiener Werkstätte was already history by 1932. But the enterprise and the designs still exist in part today: The Vienna Porcelain Manufactory Augarten, the glassware specialist

www.wienermoderne2018.info

© WienTourismus / Peter Rigaud

2018 marks the centenary of Koloman Moser’s birth. The same year saw the deaths of Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, and Otto Wagner. All of them key personalities of Viennese Modernism, which we are celebrating in 2018 – with numerous exhibitions and special guided tours.


Stadtarbeit

Stadtarbeit means togetherness. Design in general makes our world more beautiful and worth living. Social design in particular addresses social challenges and issues, and analyzes these themes over and above aesthetic and functional interpretations. It promotes knowledge sharing and makes demands on its public. Via an open call, a specialist jury picked five projects that reveal outstanding creative quality in their potential for society. Intensive and unconventional in their form of presentation, they show how design reaps results in the lives we live together every day. The projects are realized in part in cooperation with Caritas. The Erste Bank ExtraVALUE Design Award is being presented this year for the third time. Jury members: Ruth Goubran, Theres Fischill (Erste Bank), Markus Bader (raumlaborberlin), Jutta Kleedorfer (Multiple and Interim Use, MA 18), Ebru Kurbak (Artist and prizewinner of the Erste Bank ExtraVALUE Design Award 2015), Georg Irsa, Clemens Foschi (Caritas, Archdiocese of Vienna), Advisor to the jury: Lilli Hollein (VIENNA DESIGN WEEK)

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Overview Stadtarbeit Work in progress TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO) p. 71 Work in progress ADMIRABEL – WAS KOSTET Cosima Terrasse, Veronika Hackl, Andrea Visotschnig (AT) p. 74 Work in progress LEBENSWELTEN Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. (AT) p. 75 Work in progress DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT) p. 76 Work in progress RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE) p. 79

The Erste Bank ExtraVALUE Design Award is being presented this year for the third time. Sat 7.10., 5pm in the Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz. Followed by a presentation of the winning project.

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Satdtarbeit

The Stadtarbeit projects are sponsored by the Erste Bank.


Studio Illustration

The experiment kicks off on the evening of the opening. All visitors are given tags at the entrance, which are then pinned on ten empty posters. On each of the following festival days, designers from Austria, the Guest Country Romania, and Germany create an illustration based on these tags. Their inspiration: the three most unusual tags under their name. Their workplace: the freely accessible studio in the Festival Headquarters. For ten days, visitors can peep over the shoulders of the working artists and follow the creative process. At the same time, more and more finished posters adorn the walls. A growing gallery! What tags were allotted to whom? What terms did the visitors combine? And how did the illustrators react to them? There will be a fitting finissage to celebrate it all on day number ten. Curator: Erwin K. Bauer

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Fri 29.9. Emanuel Jesse Sat 30.9. Franziska Romana Sun 1.10. Dasha Zaichanka Mon 2.10. Sorina Vazelina Tue 3.10. Kape Illustration Wed 4.10. Theresa Hattinger Thu 5.10. Francesco Ciccolella Fri 6.10. Saddo Sat 7.10. Kitra Sun 8.10. Paul Riedmüller

VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus 15., Europaplatz 1 Opening hours 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm Cocktail Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Finissage Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm

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Studio Illustration

Ten Days Ten Designers Ten Posters


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Special is whatever rethinks the concept of design. In this case: persons, works, and approaches. Special aims to be what the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK team – named VIENNA DESIGN OFFICE throughout the year – wants to achieve as communicator, ambassador, organizer, promoter, communicator, and advisor for the transnational awareness of Austrian design. The Special format showcases a cross section of these activities in self-initiated focal program features: While Vandasye casts light on the appreciation of commercial design by choosing a selection of contemporary Austrian product designs, the Oscarnominated filmmaker Virgil Widrich extends an invitation to a sumptuous light installation in the strongroom vault of the Festival Headquarters South, where Siegrun Appelt also makes an appearance. During a studio visit, the RRRIOT Festival talks about the working and living realities of female artists.


Overview Special Talk VERONIKA BURGER: EVEN WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT RRRIOT Festival p. 94 Exhibition G Siegrun Appelt p. 98 Exhibition DESIGN EVERYDAY – DESIGN FÜR DEN GEBRAUCH Vandasye p. 104

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Exhibition PANZERSCHRANK POTEMKIN Virgil Widrich p. 110


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Program Partners

Supplementing the curated formats of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, the projects of its Program Partners make a crucial contribution to the qualitative diversity of the festival. Embedded into the dense, international festival network, businesses, museums, institutions, galleries, and design bureaus from home and abroad once again this year take advantage of the opportunity to present contributions designed especially for the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK and thus reflect the range and potential of design in the creative industries. The program is richly multifaceted in its themes, encompassing exhibitions, lectures, and workshops as well as presentations, installations, experiments, and more. With their presence on a multitude of sites throughout the city the Program Partners make Vienna every year into the City Full of Design. All Vienna is a stage.


Overview Program Partners Presentation OPEN DAY IN THE MOST ANALOGUE HOTEL ROOM IN THE WORLD 25hours Hotel p. 71

Presentation GIVE LIFE A CHANGE: A NEW PLATFORM by design:mikimartinek p. 75 Exhibition THE ORNAMENT IN THE DIGITAL AGE Fedrigoni / TU Graz, Institute of Architecture and Media p. 76

Guided tour A B C GRAND TOUR Ana Berlin Communications p. 72

Presentation PETALS & LEAVES: FLORAL BOWL SETS MADE OF COLORED PORCELAIN feinedinge* p. 77

Presentation ATELIER ARETI: DESIGNING LIGHT behan+thurm p. 72

Exhibition ALTERNATE REALITIES Francesco Ciccolella p. 77

Presentation WORK IN PROGRESS: EVOLUTION MONDAY Bene p. 72

Exhibition WE DON’T DO PRETTY Gigodesign p. 77

Exhibition CAROLINE HEIDER: WIENER WERKSTÄTTE Bildrecht | Bildraum 01 p. 73

Presentation GLASS ARTIST Glashütte Comploj p. 78

Presentation ROAD TO DESIGN AND GUIDED TOURS Blaha Büromöbel p. 73

Work in progress WISHFUL FURNITURE Glein Manufakturmöbel aus Wien p. 78

Exhibition BEST OF AUSTRIAN DESIGN: WINNING PROJECTS OF THE AUSTRIAN STATE PRIZE 2017 BMWFW p. 73

Presentation CELEBRATING TRADITION, NOT BACKWARDS BUT FORWARDS Grand Ferdinand p. 78

Presentation A POP-UP SHOP FOR FURNISHING AND DESIGN PRODUCTS BUY SOCIAL DESIGN p. 74

Exhibition IS MA WUARSCHT: THE VIENNESE WÜRSTELSTAND, RELOADED Heimat Wien – Agentur für Veränderung p. 79 Presentation SCHIELE GOES 3-D – FROM PORTRAIT TO SCULPTURE Hg5 p. 80

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Exhibition THE FARAWAY LAND – BORDERS ARE ONLY IN THE MIND Hofmobiliendepot · Imperial Furniture Collection p. 80 Presentation 4 ROOMS. 4 DESIGNERS. 1 HOTEL. Hotel Altstadt Vienna p. 81 Exhibition LOBMEYR CONTEMPORARY: ENTWÜRFE SEIT 2000 / DESIGN SINCE 2000 J. & L. Lobmeyr p. 81 Work in progress ORNAMENT SMITHIES Karak p. 82 Presentation OF LANDSCAPES AND PATTERNS, PLANTS AND FABRICS. Kieran Fraser Landscape Design p. 83 Exhibition INEKE HANS. WAS IST LOOS? Kunsthalle Wien p. 84 Exhibition A CURATED ART SHOW. WHAT? LAUFEN p. 84

Exhibition INNER STRUCTURE – NATURAL REALITIES Lavinia Hausner and Christian Lutz p. 85 Presentation GLAMPING IN THE CITY – LUXURY OPEN-AIR Lotus Belle / SolCube p. 85

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Talk A DIGITALLY FABRICATED NEW WORLD. WHAT? LAUFEN p. 84


Exhibition FOOD DESIGN & KITCHEN HACKING New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten p. 89

Presentation CHROMATIC ARCHITECTURE RWA_Architetti p. 97

Talk DESIGN CONFERENCE: THE RESPONSIBILITY OF FOOD DESIGN New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten p. 89

Exhibition MORPHOSIS, A DESIGN EXHIBITION Schloss Hollenegg for Design p. 97

Talk INCLUSIVE, ANALOGUE, AND DIGITAL NOUS p. 90

Presentation SONIC RUG – A FREQUENCY MODULATING TEXTILE INTERFACE Selina Reiterer p. 97

Talk SOPHISTICATED DESIGN FROM THE PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB Peugeot p. 91

Presentation 1+1=1 / HOW DO YOU FIT FIVE PEOPLE ONTO TWO CHAIRS? SITZFLÄCHE p. 98

Exhibition IT FEELS! DESIGN FOR THE SENSES Polish Institute Vienna / School of Form p. 91

Exhibition #OFFLINE
– DESIGN FOR THE (GOOD OLD) REAL WORLD Spazio Pulpo p. 99

Presentation A QUESTION OF CONTEXT QWSTION Store / ECAL p. 92 Exhibition RADO STAR PRIZE AUSTRIA 2017 Rado p. 93 Presentation RADO TRUE DESIGN EDITIONS 2017 Rado p. 93 Party FESTIVAL SUNDOWNER Ruby Marie Hotel & Bar p. 96

Talk SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION Spirit Design p. 99 Presentation AESTHETICS = FUNCTION STEININGER p. 99 Presentation THE SIXTH SENSE OF A BRAND Studio Riebenbauer p. 100 Presentation EXHIBITS FROM THE ATELIER SWAROVSKI HOME COLLECTION Swarovski Kristallwelten Store Wien p. 100 Exhibition THE URBAN FUTURE_CHANGING CITY TOGETHER Technical Museum Vienna p. 101

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Presentation HAPPY BIRTHDAY! TON p. 102 Exhibition SPANNWERK TU Wien, Department of Three-Dimensional Design and Model Building p. 102 Exhibition FRESH AIR FOR PROTOTYPES undpartner p. 102 Exhibition A CONVERSATION IN DESIGN: THE UNTAMED VS. THE ORDERLY United Colours of Design p. 103 Talk TRIBUTE TO PAOLO PIVA University of Applied Arts Vienna p. 103 Presentation BE YOUR OWN DESIGNER AND MAKE IT YOURS! USM p. 103 Guided tour COMMUNCIATION SPACES OF THE FUTURE Veech X Veech p. 104 Presentation AUTUMN COLLECTIONS OF THE COLEFAX & FOWLER GROUP Vienna Fabrics & Design p. 109

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Presentation DESIGN IN FILM: SET – COSTUME DESIGN – PROPS – TAILORING VÖF – Verband Österreichischer FilmaustatterInnen (Austrian Filmdesigners Association) p. 110 Guided tours STAGE FOR ART AND DESIGN Wiener Stadthalle p. 111 Presentation LAUNCH AND POP-UP STORE wildwood p. 111 Design competition CONTENT VIENNA: 50.000 EUROS FOR CREATIVE DIGITAL PRODUCTIONS Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure p. 111 Exhibition CURATED BY_VIENNA: THE GALLERY FESTIVAL WITH INTERNATIONAL CURATORS IN VIENNA Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure p. 112 Presentation IDEAS COMPETITION: KINDER, KINDER! NEW DESIGN IDEAS FOR A PLAYFUL CITY Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure p. 112

Program Partners

Workshops WITH HAND AND HEART: IKAT DYEING WITH VEGETABLE DYES TISCA p. 101


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OPEN DAY IN THE MOST ANALOGUE HOTEL ROOM IN THE WORLD 25hours Hotel For almost two years, SUPERSENSE and the 25hours Hotel have been working on the most analogue hotel room in the world. Sensitively conceived places of retreat inspire people here to action and to reflection. Nothing is a piece of scenery here, nothing superficial design. “We want more than just to create magic moments. We want to capture them and give something of them to people,” says the brains behind SUPERSENSE, Florian Kaps. No sooner said than done! Just like in the middle of the last century, the photographer Eva Mühlbacher uses an original studio camera rescued from a small portrait studio in the 15th district to take large-format instant photos of visitors. www.25hours-hotels.com www.supersense.com Fri 6.10., 10am–8pm Workshop “Large-format Photo Shoot”: Fri 6.10., 3pm–8pm Participation fee: 50 € Limited number of participants Registration at eva@supersense.com Room 509, 25hours Hotel 7., Lerchenfelder Straße 1–3 1

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Sharing is caring! The project TISCHLEIN DECK DICH addresses cultural differences and the connecting aspects of a communal meal. It revolves around the sharing of food as a common good. During the festival, the project stops off along with mobile cooking unit and table at various locations in this year’s Focus District and invites refugees and locals to live out their respective culinary culture. Making the start is the team from the 2017 Guest Country itself. As the diverse gastronomic program runs its course, spontaneous get-togethers make residents and passers-by familiar with different cultures. The mobile cooking unit functions as a collection point for food donations and kitchen utensils. These are used during the festival and given to refugee quarters when it’s over. More information at www.viennadesignweek.at and www.facebook.com/ TDDatVDW.

29.9.–8.10. Object assembly: Fri 29.9., 2pm–6pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 7pm–10pm Café PROSA 15., Sparkassaplatz 3 12

Romanian Cooking: Sat 30.9., 2pm–6pm Multicultural Cooking in the Park: 2.–6.10., Mon–Fri 4pm–8pm Cooking with Local Food: Sat 7.10., 2pm–4pm Braunhirschenpark 15., Braunhirschengasse 9

Workshop “Free Food Sharing”: Sun 1.10., 12.30pm–4pm Technical Museum Vienna 14., Mariahilfer Straße 212 61

Party: Sat 7.10., 7pm–10pm Feedback workshop: Sun 8.10., 11am–1pm Werkstadt15 15., Reindorfgasse 30 68

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Program Partners Presentation

TISCHLEIN DECK DICH Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki (RO) © Alexandra Trofin, Farkas Pataki

© Stephan Lemke

Stadtarbeit Work in progress


© Bene

© Atelier Areti

© A B C / Ana Popescu

Program Partners Guided tour

Program Partners Presentation

Program Partners Presentation

A B C GRAND TOUR Ana Berlin Communications

ATELIER ARETI: DESIGNING LIGHT behan+thurm

WORK IN PROGRESS: EVOLUTION MONDAY Bene

Aesthetic sensibility was laid in the cradle with the two sisters Guillane and Gwendolyn Kerschbaumer. Design and art surrounded them already in their family homes in Innsbruck and Frankfurt – their mother was also a designer. Their common interest in elegant design remote from ephemeral trends still links the two sisters today. The fact that they have been designing and merchandising lamps under the name of Atelier Areti since 2008 was not their intention, explains Gwendolyn Kerschbaumer. But more scope is offered to artistic freedom in lighting than in furniture – and they would classify their works as closer to art than product design. Nevertheless, this doesn’t stop the sisters launching a furniture collection at this year’s London Design Festival … www.behan-thurm.com

Evolution – the organic transformation of our everyday work environment: Experts from the fields of furniture production, design, and architecture discuss the effects of social change, digitalization, mobility, and big data on the different facets of our working lives. Along with its new office guide “Evolution at Work“, Bene presents a major Muuto special exhibition. In addition, chief designer Christian Grosen and sales director Christian Ernemann emphasize how design functions in the Danish firm. Finally, Bene awards the winners of the design competition PIXEL ART. Guided tours in the showroom every weekday at 11am and 3pm. www.bene.com

Architects, designers, and creative people in the 1st district – participants of the GRAND TOUR get on their bikes and pedal off on a bracing visit to the studios, bureaus, and workplaces of selected A B C clients. The tour starts at the VIENNA DESIGN OFFICE / A B C office on Mahlerstraße, then there are stop-offs at the architecture bureaus of AllesWirdGut as well as querkraft in the old Vienna Stock Exchange, a glass is raised at the French auction house Artcurial, and inspiration is boosted with the design teams of Veech X Veech and zerunianandweisz. The touring cyclists enjoy the view over the inner city on the Lamée rooftop and finish off with a round of feld72 minigolf in the MuseumsQuartier. www.anaberlin.com Thu 5.10., 3pm–6pm Own bike required Program on foot if bad weather Limited number of participants Registration at press@anaberlin.com Start: VIENNA DESIGN OFFICE / Ana Berlin Communications 1., Mahlerstraße 14/2 67

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29.9.–7.10., Mon–Sat 9.30am– 6pm, Sun closed Cocktail: Fri 6.10., 5pm behan+thurm Flagshipstore on Schwarzenbergplatz 1., Schubertring 14 5

Mon 2.10., 6pm Registration at www.bene. com/evolution-monday Cocktail: Mon 2.10., 6pm Talk “Evolution Design”: Mon 2.10., 6.45pm Award “PIXEL ART”: Mon 2.10., 8pm Bene Showroom 1., Neutorgasse 4–8 6


© BMWFW

© Blaha Büromöbel

© Caroline Heider

Program Partners Exhibition

Program Partners Presentation

Program Partners Exhibition

CAROLINE HEIDER: WIENER WERKSTÄTTE Bildrecht | Bildraum 01

ROAD TO DESIGN AND GUIDED TOURS Blaha Büromöbel

In the WIENER WERKSTÄTTE series the artist Caroline Heider reproduces and adapts fashion photos from the twenties that the Wiener Werkstätte once commissioned from Dora Kallmus, alias Madame d’Ora, and Arthur Benda. Heider intervenes in the picture arrangement by subtracting parts of the photocopy from the field of view and cutting through individual sections of the printed rice paper, then reassembling them in a new arrangement. The total picture takes shape only with the help of the missing part of the original view. The artist also used Wiener Werkstätte motifs from the MAK archive for designing the exhibition space with potato printing. Talk on 6.10. and cocktail afterwards with Günter Schönberger (Bildrecht) and Caroline Heider. www.bildrecht.at

The Road to Design in the Blaha Büro Ideen Zentrum (BIZ) presents the latest global trends surrounding the hot topics of office and creativity. The festival public discusses with experts, gains insight into pioneering solutions, and discovers not only the emotionalizing of the office space but also a great many internationally awarded products. Meanwhile, the special theme of education & creativity is applied to the intelligent use of interactive whiteboards. Additionally, in guided tours – each weekday at 10am and 2pm – the public is initiated into the production processes. After the talk “Design Thinking Live” by Ingrid Gerstbach: buffet and networking. www.blaha.co.at

BEST OF AUSTRIAN DESIGN: WINNING PROJECTS OF THE AUSTRIAN STATE PRIZE 2017 BMWFW

Talk “Reproduction”: Fri 6.10., 5pm Cocktail: Fri 6.10., 6pm Exhibition until 13.10. Bildraum 01 1., Strauchgasse 2 7

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Talk “Design Thinking Live”: Tue 3.10., 6pm–7.30pm Limited number of participants Registration at www.blaha. co.at/veranstaltungen

29.9.–8.10., Mon–Fri 10am– 6pm, Sat+Sun 11am–6pm Exhibition until 22.11. designforum Wien quartier 21/MQ 7., Museumsplatz 1 14

Buffet and networking: Tue 3.10., 7.30pm Blaha Büromöbel 2100 Korneuburg, Klein-Engersdorfer Straße 100 8

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29.9.–6.10., daily 8am–6pm, Sat+Sun closed

On September 27, 2017 the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy once again awarded the best, most creative, and most innovative Austrian design ideas with the State Prize Design. The exhibition in the designforum Wien presents the prizewinning objects and concepts of the biennial ceremony. All prizewinners show that competency in design is indispensible for the successful positioning of business enterprises, products, and brands. Excellent design transposes innovations into extra value for businesses as well as for consumers. www.bmwfw.gv.at


© BUY SOCIAL DESIGN

Stadtarbeit Work in progress ADMIRABEL – WAS KOSTET Cosima Terrasse, Veronika Hackl, Andrea Visotschnig (AT)

© Peter Oroszlany

Program Partners Presentation A POP-UP SHOP FOR FURNISHING AND DESIGN PRODUCTS BUY SOCIAL DESIGN How design can make a contribution to a better world is shown by the social businesses GOODGOODs, magdas DESIGN, NUT & FEDER, and zerunianandweisz for MBQ. All four initiatives combine the work of international designers with the handicraft skills of people facing special challenges – and then place them with their potential and abilities at the center of activities. Besides the appreciation of their work, they often create concrete opportunities of integration through high-quality products and professional marketing. BUY SOCIAL DESIGN – this means: four initiatives united in a pop-up shop with a sense of purpose. www.buysocial.design 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Open house in the workshop (NUT & FEDER): Fri 6.10., 10am–2pm (15., Felberstraße 92) Finissage: Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus 15., Europaplatz 1

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Vacant premises as betting office: ADMIRABEL is a mobile betting performance that encourages people to place bets with alternative stakes – neither money nor goods. Each bet is based on the participant‘s skills and life stories. The keystones to a successful bet are value and exchange value of the stakes that have to be negotiated. Behind every bet lies hope for a better future. This longing aims at overcoming the ordinary. ADMIRABEL uses this mechanism of aspiration in an art initiative to support people in getting in touch and to stimulate social change. The first alternative bets can be placed as part of the opening cocktail on 30.9. The mystery prize: an ADMIRABEL special. On 5.10. experts discuss the topics of betting, gambling, and the places where they take place. The performance is finished off with a betting lunch on 8.10. – the best and most creative bets of the previous days will be announced and placed once more. Further information at www.viennadesignweek.at and www.facebook.com/ AdmirabelWaskostet. 29.9.–8.10., Mon–Fri 4pm–8pm, Sat+Sun 12pm–8pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 6pm Talk: Thu 5.10., 7pm Betting brunch: Sun 8.10., 10am 15., Sechshauser Straße 28 2


© desgn:mikimartinek

Stadtarbeit Work in progress

LEBENSWELTEN is part of the artistic research project Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S. Through design and art, the project offers new approaches to the topic of dementia and, with different participatory workshops and interactions in the public space, raises public awareness for the life worlds of people with dementia. Synergies and connections between people with and without dementia are tracked and empathy is aroused to find a language of understanding and coexistence. With the help of design objects and unconventional communication strategies, new approaches to the topic of dementia can be experienced by participants. On 8.10., the team extends an invitation to finish off an afternoon together with workshops and music. For more details visit www.viennadesignweek.at and www.dementiaartssociety.com. 29.9.–8.10. Opening: Sat 30.9., 3pm–5pm Workshops “INI PART – What Moves Me?”: Sun 1.10., 10am–12pm, Tue 3.10., 10am–12pm, Wed 4.10., 10am–12pm+6pm–8pm, Fri 6.10., 4pm–6pm Public Drawing “Familiar and yet Strange”: Sun 1.10., 10am–12pm, Thu 5.10., 2pm–4pm+4pm–6pm, Sun 8.10., 3pm–5pm Work in progress “Sensual Fake”: 3.10.–6.10., Tue–Fri 12pm–4pm Talk: Thu 5.10., 6pm (Café Z, 15., Meiselstraße 2) Finissage: Sun 8.10., 3pm–5pm Ingrid Leodolter Haus 15., Kardinal-Rauscher-Platz 2 (Corner of Huglgasse) 31

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Program Partners Presentation GIVE LIFE A CHANGE: A NEW PLATFORM von design:mikimartinek The aim is to contribute purposefully to everyday life: With this goal, design:mikimartinek presents selected examples of its new design service GIVE LIFE A CHANGE. The open platform features contributions to positive change and life enhancement. Every month, Miki Martinek presents a different project in the shop windows of the dr.uckerei Riegelnik that contributes to the formation of a sustained change and to the wellbeing of all, that to some extent has changed everyday life – and thus society. Call round, join in, become part of the new community! Presentation on 4.10. at the cocktail hour. More information and call on the initiative’s website. www.givelifeachange.com 29.9.–8.10. Cocktail: Wed 4.10., 5pm Action reading: Mon 2.10.+Thu 5.10.+ Fri 6.10., 6pm dr.uckerei Riegelnik 8., Piaristengasse 19 18

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© Fedrigoni

DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE ECÒL (IT)

© ECÒL

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The Schwendermarkt is taking shape. That is, geometric shapes, which are affixed as part of the DRAWING PUBLIC SPACE project, or, more precisely: Using colored tapes, a largescale pattern of graphic symbols is being created in the center of the Focus District Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus. Lines, tiles, and paths are designed to motivate people to roam through the public space and to join in spontaneous interaction in the district. After the kick-off presentation at Improper Walls, the architecture and research platform ECÒL extends an invitation to take part in various workshops at the neighboring Schwendermarkt. Local residents, passers-by, visitors, and students from Vienna and Italy explore the area together and dream up designs, drawings, and concepts. The objective is to bring the local neighborhood a little closer together by changing the cityscape. The project ends with a block party on the newly remodeled square and a subsequent collective dismantling performance. More details at www.viennadesignweek.at and www.e-c-o-l.it. Made possible by the generous support of Centro per l‘Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci, Fondazione per le arti contemporanee in Toscana, Improper Walls, Landkind, and the Italian Culture Institute in Vienna. 29.9.–8.10. Work in progress: 29.9.–4.10., Fri–Wed 3pm–7pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 6pm–10pm (Improper Walls, 15., Reindorfgasse 42) Exhibition “Urban Exhibition”: Thu 5.10.+Fri 6.10., 11am–8pm Block party: Sat 7.10., 7pm–10pm Finissage “Dismantling Performance”: Sun 8.10., 3pm–8pm Schwendermarkt 15., Mariahilfer Straße 196 51

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THE ORNAMENT IN THE DIGITAL AGE Fedrigoni / TU Graz, Institute of Architecture and Media What is an ornament? A teaching event directed by Milena Stavric and Florian Schober at the TU Graz focuses on different variations and various representational options of ornament. Students developed individual cut, bent, engraved, and grid variants that form an ensemble as ornamental groups. There are threedimensional, walk-around folded structures made of Fedrigoni’s finest papers, which are in part audacious in form, in part daringly placed, and in contrast to these black minimal variations precisely framed by an ivory-colored background in the exhibition space, demanding a perceptive response that is concentrated, focused, and virtually without distance. www.fedrigoni.at www.tugraz.at 4.+5.10., Wed+Thu 1pm–7pm Cocktail: Wed 4.10., 5.30pm Fedrigoni Showroom Wien 7., Stiftgasse 21/13 19


© Domen Gazvoda

© Francesco Ciccolella

© feinedinge*

Program Partners Presentation

Program Partners Exhibition

Program Partners Exhibition

PETALS & LEAVES: FLORAL BOWL SETS MADE OF COLORED PORCELAIN feinedinge*

ALTERNATE REALITIES Francesco Ciccolella

WE DON’T DO PRETTY Gigodesign

ALTERNATE REALITIES is the first solo exhibition of the Vienna-based and internationally acclaimed illustrator Francesco Ciccolella. Fascinated by the post-factual age, in which the borders between truth and lies are blurred, in which populism dominates politics and pales the contours of our communal reality, the exhibition’s theme is our relationship to reality. ALTERNATE REALITIES tells visual stories from post-factual everyday life and investigates our awareness of our environment, of one another and in the end of ourselves. www.francescociccolella.com

Gigodesign, Slovenia’s leading design agency, professes the philosophy that design is not based simply on magic or inspiration but is above all a method of solving problems – a method that at the end of the day aims to make all our lives better. The presentation as part of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK demonstrates that responsibility and the process are capable of providing the impulse for user-relevant innovations – which is Gigodesign’s ideal. Instead of focusing on finished products, it traces the fascinating evolutionary process of such innovations from different branches. The exhibition is supported by the Slovenian Cultural Information Center SKICA. www.gigodesign.com

Shaping plaster cast molds by hand is an old, traditional technique usually applied in the classical production of stucco. Starting out from floral basic elements, the Vienna manufactory feinedinge* used this very method to create bowl sets, which each consist of five different sizes and can be stacked into one another. The challenge of this experimental form finding process lies in transposing the cast forms into practical, well functioning products. From salad to noodle bowl or small side bowl – all items are cast of wafer-thin, polychrome Limoges porcelain in ravishing nuances of color. The craft of porcelain making bursts into bloom! www.feinedinge.at 29.9.–7.10., Mon–Sat 10am– 6pm, Sun closed Cocktail: Thu 5.10., 6pm feinedinge* 4., Margaretenstraße 35

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© Grand Ferdinand

©Sebastian Leitinger

© Glashütte Comploj

Program Partners Presentation

Program Partners Work in progress

Program Partners Presentation

GLASS ARTIST Glashütte Comploj

WISHFUL FURNITURE Glein Manufakturmöbel aus Wien

CELEBRATING TRADITION, NOT BACKWARDS BUT FORWARDS Grand Ferdinand

Robert Comploj is a master of glass art. He learned his craft from the world’s greatest: the glass blowers of Murano. Afterwards, he ventured out to spend his learning and wandering years in North America and Denmark. In 2013, he opened Glashütte Comploj in Traun, Upper Austria. It is both an exhibition workshop and a gallery. Upon returning to his native Austria, he revolutionized the local glass blowing scene – making a name for himself on the way by introducing new techniques and colors, experimenting with the form and structure of glass and bringing his punk-style approach to the craft. For the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Comploj now locates to his recently opened branch in Vienna to present a new vase form, which daringly unites functionality and its existence as pure object. www.glashuettecomploj.at 29.9.–7.10., Mon–Sat 10am–6pm, Sun closed Cocktail: Wed 4.10., 7pm Glashütte Comploj 7., Westbahnstraße 18 21

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Furniture design based on wishful thinking! As part of the participatory exhibition WISHFUL FURNITURE, the Viennese furniture manufacturer Glein invites festival visitors to sketch ideas for furniture designs. Desk, loft bed, shoe shelves, children’s chair, or dumb waiter – there are no limits to the imagination. As the festival proceeds, more and more postcards adorn the walls of the new showroom in the 7th district. At the end of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, the three most interesting designs will be selected and awarded. And furthermore, the winning design will be technically processed and produced. The winner gets the finished piece of furniture delivered to his or her home. Wishful furniture comes true! www.glein.wien 30.9.–8.10., Mon–Thu 2pm– 9pm, Fri–Sun 11am–9pm Cocktail: Wed 4.10., 5.30pm Glein Atelier & Shop 7., Neustiftgasse 33 22

When planning a new hotel, Florian Weitzer doesn’t rely on copy and paste but on an autonomous identity that he continues to address through lateral rethinking. In the Grand Ferdinand opened at the end of 2015, the objective is timeless aesthetic elegance covering everything from interior design to gastronomy – including fascinating reminiscences of the building’s history on Ringstraße. Design is successful if it is experienced as a coherent overall concept. The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK visitors will be able to make their own impression at a get-together with Florian Weitzer on 6.10. www.grandferdinand.com Fri 6.10., 6.30pm Grand Étage, Grand Ferdinand 1., Schubertring 10–12 23


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© Guerilla Architects

© Stefan Olah

RE-TRACING HOME Guerilla Architects (DE)

In the context of the refugee crisis, the international collective Guerilla Architects joined forces with migrants, the Caritas, future.lab, Architecture for Refugees, and Communication for Development to develop experimental alternatives to today’s normal refugee architecture. In a two-phase interactive workshop the project RE-TRACING HOME examines the meaning of the term home and studies how we can transfer skills and sociocultural backgrounds of refugees into the architecture and planning of alternative types of dwellings. Workshops will take place in the Blaues Haus, exhibition of the subsequent results with post-party in the mobile lab OPENmarx (3., Karl-FarkasGasse 1). In the second half of the festival, the results of the encounters flow into a participatory building workshop in search of the “ideal” home – always open to the public. More details on city tours and workshops, also the public tearooms (daily 5pm–8pm), are announced online at www.facebook.com/ GuerillaArchitects. 29.9.–8.10. City tours: Fri 29.9.+Sat 30.9.+Sun 1.10.+Mon 2.10., 11am–1pm Start: Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus Workshops: Fri 29.9.+Sat 30.9.+Sun 1.10. +Mon 2.10., 3pm–5pm Limited number of participants Registration at re-tracinghome@guerillaarchitects.de Exhibition at OPENmarx: Tue 3.10., 5pm–10pm (for more information see Facebook)

Program Partners Exhibition IS MA WUARSCHT: THE VIENNESE WÜRSTELSTAND, RELOADED Heimat Wien – Agentur für Veränderung They are an integral part of Vienna’s culinary landscape and despite their anonymous architecture they characterize the cityscape. They set the stage within the ubiquitous transit spaces as topographical oddities that seem completely resistant to the course of time. Heimat Wien invited artists to rethink sausage stands, taking into account the architectural, cultural, and social developments of recent years. A jury has selected the resulting works, now to be seen in the exhibition IS MA WUARSCHT. www.heimat.wien 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–7pm Cocktail: Mon 2.10., 7.30pm Heimat Wien – Agentur für Veränderung 2., Zirkusgasse 13/3 25

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© Sebastian Menschhorn

© Lucretia Schmidt

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SCHIELE GOES 3-D – FROM PORTRAIT TO SCULPTURE Hg5

THE FARAWAY LAND – BORDERS ARE ONLY IN THE MIND Hofmobiliendepot · Imperial Furniture Collection

As dynamic platform for contemporary and traditional design, Hg5, a new business with its premises in the Palais Wilczek, invites young designers to showcase themselves in temporary settings – among them Lucretia Schmidt, who is based in London and creates sculptural renderings of famous paintings and miniatures in limited editions. Schmidt uses modern molding and casting processes as well as classical painting methods, which she learned at Madame Tussauds. As part of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, she provides intimate insights into different work processes. For the 100th anniversary of the birth of Egon Schiele in 2018, she is transposing his paintings into three-dimensional sculptures. www.hg5.at

An installation by Sebastian Menschhorn on the exhibition “300 Years of Maria Theresa”: As an eighteenth-century person, Maria Theresa adored everything Oriental and Far Eastern. Her epoch adorned its interiors with lacquered and porcelain objects to conjure up a carefree, faraway land. The designer Sebastian Menschhorn plays with elements and principles of the Rococo style: exotic fantasies, the dissolution of conceptual and physical borders, amorphous forms, hedonism and intimacy. Through his prospects and inside views, he creates a private microcosm in which faraway and near fuse in the viewer’s perception. In cooperation with the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory Augarten, Kohlmaier, and J. & L. Lobmeyr. Short guided tours with curator Elfriede Iby. Talk with Ilsebill Barta, the scientific head of the Imperial Furniture Collection, and with Sebastian Menschhorn. Rounded off with a cocktail. From 29.9. to 2.11., visitors to the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK who identify themselves as such qualify for reduced admission. Attending the short guided tours, talk, and cocktail reception on 2.10. is free of charge. www.hofmobiliendepot.at

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29.9.–8.10., daily 10am–6pm Reduced admission 6 € Short guided tours: Mon 2.10., 6pm+6.15pm Maximum of 15 persons Talk “Exoticism – Intimacy – Hedonism”: Mon 2.10., 6.30pm–7pm Cocktail: Mon 2.10., 7pm Exhibition until 29.11. Hofmobiliendepot · Imperial Furniture Collection 7., Andreasgasse 7 27

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© J. & L. Lobmeyr

© Constantin Witt-Dörring

Program Partners Presentation

Program Partners Exhibition

4 ROOMS. 4 DESIGNERS. 1 HOTEL. Hotel Altstadt Vienna

LOBMEYR CONTEMPORARY: ENTWÜRFE SEIT 2000 / DESIGN SINCE 2000 J. & L. Lobmeyr

The Hotel Altstadt Vienna is renowned for its multifaceted features – its contemporary art collection, the people who live the art of hospitality here, and the great variety of rooms, which all have one thing in common: Viennese joie de vivre! The latter was organized and interpreted by an illustrious bevy of creative thinkers. After the construction site party last year now four new rooms – designed by Gregor Eichinger, Adolf Krischanitz, Roland Nemetz, and Lilli Hollein – are being presented as part of the festival: While the creative people tell of their brainstorming for ideas and the evolution of their rooms in video interviews, representatives of the respective architecture bureaus tour the rooms with small groups of visitors. With drinks by Wien Gin. www.altstadt.at

After more than 100 new designs, it’s time to take stock. Andreas, Leonid, and Johannes Rath who in the sixth generation head the firm of J. & L. Lobmeyr established since 1823, are presenting an exhibition and a book published by Birkhäuser on the first phase of their creative period. The book is a bibliophile testimony to an extraordinary product portfolio and provides an inside view of current developments. Many projects are closely linked to the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, some of the designers who were unknowns at the start are stars today. www.lobmeyr.at

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“At the start of the twenty-first century, too, J. & L. Lobmeyr are successful in finding the most important designers of a new generation – not as trophies but as the creative epicenter of its continuing development.” (Deyan Sudjic)

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Passionswege Presentation

© Jólan van der Wiel

© Karak

JÓLAN VAN DER WIEL (NL) with J. & L. Lobmeyr

For around 200 years now, the old-established firm of J. & L. Lobmeyr in Vienna has been writing history in glass. Operating today in the sixth generation as a family business, it has always worked to make the secrets of the material accessible and in constant dialogue with craftspeople, designers, and customers to produce innovations. Thus, the Dutch designer Jólan van der Wiel is also delving deep into the vast company archive of J. & L. Lobmeyr for his Passionswege project. Just like the Viennese glass manufactory, the multidisciplinary designer – who studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie – accords great significance to the processed material. In addition, he often infuses playful aspects of natural phenomena into his designs. The result of his cooperative venture with J. & L. Lobmeyr is a fragile vase inspired by water: design as state of flow, on show in the second living room of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK! 29.9.–7.10., Mon–Fri 10am–7pm, Sat 10am–6pm, Sun closed Cocktail: Fri 29.9., 5pm–8.30pm J. & L. Lobmeyr 1., Kärntner Straße 26 32

Program Partners Work in progress ORNAMENT SMITHIES Karak Creative workshop becomes temporary fabric and fashion smithy. In the facilities of die ProtoTypen, different fabrics are printed with ornaments from the Karak tile factory in Vorarlberg and then processed by the Viennese fashion label meshit. The one-offs produced in this ephemeral process are subsequently exhibited and put on sale. Chance is given plenty of scope in the process. The VIENNA DESIGN WEEK visitors are warmly invited to print fabrics or clothing they have brought with them. The finished pieces are presented on 7.10. www.karak.at 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–7pm Cocktail: Tue 3.10., 4pm Presentation: Sat 7.10., 6pm die ProtoTypen 15., Preysinggasse 5 16

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© Katharina Eisenköck

Horn is a fascinating natural material used for producing highquality everyday objects – combs, buttons, shoehorns, jewelry, and so on. Thomas Petz, who heads the manufactory of the same name founded in 1862, took the firm over from his grandparents. He learned his craft from his grandfather, the last master of the Viennese guild of horn producers. At her visit to the idyllically situated manufactory, the Austrian designer Katharina Eisenköck was thrilled by the traditional work method, the original tools, the aroma of warm horn, the magically sparkling horn dust. The designer, based in London, studied at the famous Camberwell College of Arts and works as a freelance furniture and product designer. Her experimental handling of the horn manifests in various ways the unique haptic and occasionally crude natural material. She traces the individual phases of development in making a traditional comb – slitting, the final pressing and shaping, then polishing. Lightness, transparency, and richly faceted colors become the star players in the show producing these minimalist, luminous objects. 29.9.–7.10., Mon–Fri 10am–5pm, Sat 10am–1pm, Sun closed Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 3pm–6pm Petz Hornmanufaktur 15., Nobilegasse 13 44

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KATHARINA EISENKÖCK (AT/UK) with Petz Hornmanufaktur

Program Partners Presentation OF LANDSCAPES AND PATTERNS, PLANTS AND FABRICS. Kieran Fraser Landscape Design Three worlds of design in one location: While Kieran Fraser and his team develop design concepts for functional and atmospheric landscapes, Anita Duller and Hannah Stippl (duller/stippl) focus on plants and patterns – on show in the form of large-format wall paintings and horticultural installations, also on exclusive cotton fabrics by Rita Garstenauer (Sheen Organic Textiles). The constant that connects: the striving for aesthetic quality and a multifaceted appeal to the eye. Featured in a talk are Jakob Dunkl (querkraft architekten), Maria Megina (Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten), and Kieran Fraser discussing landscape design and collective design. Pop-up shop on both festival Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 6pm. www.kieranfraser.com 30.9.–8.10., daily 6pm–9pm Cocktail: Tue 3.10., 7pm Talk: Thu 5.10., 7pm Kieran Fraser Landscape Design 15., Reindorfgasse 31

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© LAUFEN

© LAUFEN

© Studio Ineke Hans

Program Partners Exhibition

Program Partners Exhibition

Program Partners Talk

INEKE HANS. WAS IST LOOS? Kunsthalle Wien

A CURATED ART SHOW. WHAT? LAUFEN

A DIGITALLY FABRICATED NEW WORLD. WHAT? LAUFEN

Contemporary relevance is what characterizes the hybrid design objects by Dutch designer Ineke Hans. Taking account of current social developments, the fluctuating boundaries that separate work and personal life, she asks questions about the functionality of contemporary design. In addition, Ineke Hans will develop new objects, which both focus on Vienna as a site for design and production and indicate new ways to develop and distribute design concepts. Talk on 28.9. with Bart Lootsma, Oliver Stratford, and Ineke Hans, on 29.9. with Deyan Sudjic, Ineke Hans, Lilli Hollein, and Nicolaus Schafhausen. www.kunsthallewien.at

A landscape of differently executed objects, formally autonomous, but forming a strong statement to the fascinating material ceramic. A CURATED ART SHOW. WHAT? – conceptualized by Beda Achermann – celebrates LAUFEN’s 125th anniversary and documents the company’s reference points, values, and milestones with sculptures ranging from abstract to figurative, handmade to digitally fabricated by artists, designers, and architects including Benjamin Dillenburger and Michael Hansmeyer, Flag, Stefano Giovannoni, Konstantin Grcic, Alfredo Häberli, Toan Nguyen, Nissen Wentzlaff, Atelier oï, Ludovica + Roberto Palomba, Patricia Urquiola, Peter Wirz, and Studio Achermann. Cocktail as part of the accompanying talk. www.laufen.com

Does additive production have the potential to change markets radically? Is it an alternative or supplement to traditional production methods, or is it perhaps a revolution? How does the use of artificial intelligence and robotics change the design and manufacturing process? After welcoming words and explanations by Marc Viardot and short impulse talks by Benjamin Dillenburger, Michael Hansmeyer, and Martin Schwentenwein, a prominent panel discusses applications and materials used in digital construction and in the ceramics industry. www.laufen.com

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With: Benjamin Dillenburger (ETH Zurich, Institute of Technology in Architecture, Digital Building Technologies), Michael Hansmeyer (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Institute of Architecture), Martin Schwentenwein (Lithoz), Werner Fischer (LAUFEN, Research Director), Marc Viardot (LAUFEN Austria, CEO) Wed 5.10., 5.30pm Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4


© MAK / Nathan Murrell

© Lotus Belle / SolCube

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Program Partners Children’s workshops

INNER STRUCTURE – NATURAL REALITIES Lavinia Hausner and Christian Lutz

GLAMPING IN THE CITY – LUXURY OPEN-AIR Lotus Belle / SolCube

MAK DESIGN KIDS MAK

Experimental prototyping opens up the horizon for new options of application and processing: Leather for example is won from the outer skin of animals. But what if we tan less remarkable, inner skins, like pig’s bladder? Wood, meanwhile, is usually worked into a smooth surface, counter to its natural growth. But how can the natural wood structure become visible and tangible by brushing without having to smooth the material? By bringing inner structures to the fore, Lavinia Hausner and Christian Lutz show otherwise unnoticed properties of wood and leather in their exhibition, thus initiating a change of perspective towards material processing. www.laviniahausner.com www.lutzchristian.com 29.9.–8.10., daily 10am–9pm Cocktail: Tue 3.10., 6pm wildwood Pop-up-Store / Lavinia Hausner and Christian Lutz 15., Schweglerstraße 47–49 71

Adventure design: With her company Lotus Belle the designer Harriet Seddon is developing high-quality tents that raise glamping to a new level. Equipped with a SolCube designed by the Austrian industrial design studio Valentinitsch Design, the British company’s luxurious housings demonstrate how an empty space can be transformed in a flash into a comfortable home – anywhere you want. For the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, Lotus Belle and SolCube are putting up their energy self-sufficient tents in Vienna, and presenting not only the elegantly minimal tents, but also the compact solar generator, which in just a few steps provides for power, fresh coffee, and a cool minibar. www.lotusbelle.at base.energy/solcube More information see website

Two MAK Design Kids workshops for eight- to twelve-yearolds (without accompanying persons). The 30.9. has the motto “Hello, Rattling Robots!”. In the current exhibition HELLO, ROBOT., children get to know the robot species in all their forms, meanwhile exploring the meaning of artificial intelligence and algorithms. Afterwards, they build their own simple robot: They give him his individual appearance, and then the so-called Fizzbit shakes and rocks him and sets him into motion. On 7.10. it’s time for “Film Away!”. The next generation of filmmakers learn everything about filming from a genuine film director: They spin out stories, draw storyboards, and produce short films about the MAK on the iPad. www.mak.at Children’s workshop “Hello, Rocking Robots!”: Sat 30.9., 2pm–4pm Children’s workshop “Film Away!”: Sat 7.10., 2pm–4pm Tickets: 8 € Limited number of participants Registration by 28.9. respectively 5.10. at www.mak.at/ design_kids_termine MAK 1., Stubenring 5

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© CreativeCommons / BDML

© Vincent Fournier

© Rolf Sachs Studio

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MAK DESIGN NITE: AUDIO INSTALLATION AND HAPPENING – ROLF SACHS MAK

HELLO, ROBOT. DESIGN BETWEEN HUMAN AND MACHINE MAK

For several years, Rolf Sachs has been focusing in his works on language and speech and the objects of his cultural origins that touch him and reflect his ideas about freedom and openness. A sound installation has been produced for the MAK Design Nite using Sachs’s key words as stimulus for associations. Is this “verbal discourse” able to stimulate emotions that transport us to meditative introspection? Rolf Sachs, born in Lausanne in 1955, is well known for a conceptional approach applied to many different disciplines – photography, sculpture, installation, also architectural projects and stage sets. An event of the MAK ART SOCIETY in cooperation with the MAK. Admission free. www.mak.at

Robotics – driven by Digital Modernity – has already fundamentally altered our working and daily lives. HELLO, ROBOT. tells the story of a convergence of human and machine. More than 200 exhibition objects from the realms of art, design, and architecture, as well as examples from technology, film, literature, fashion, science, and pop culture examine the inexorable hype around intelligent machines and the crucial role played by design. As the first wide-ranging exhibition on the opportunities and challenges presented by robotics, visitors can reassess their own attitude towards new technologies. In this tour, we make contact with an increasingly ubiquitous species: the robot. www.mak.at

MAK DESIGN SUMMIT: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – GENUINE EMOTIONS. HOW ROBOTS SHAPE OUR LIVES MAK

Tues 3.10., 7pm Admission free

Exhibition until 1.10.

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Today, we depend on intelligent devices to get us through our daily lives. We trust our smart assistants to navigate us through strange cities, remind us of appointments, and keep us informed at all times on any given topic. Anyone who’s had to dispense with a smartphone for an entire (work) day knows how dependent we’ve become on these clever little devices – and how helpless we are when it turns out they are not quite as smart as we thought. Closing event of the exhibition HELLO, ROBOT. DESIGN BETWEEN HUMAN AND MACHINE in context of the VIENNA BIENNALE 2017: ROBOTS. WORK. OUR FUTURE. A MAK FUTURE LAB event in cooperation with the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, sponsored by the BMVIT, Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology www.mak.at Sat 30.9., 2pm–6pm MAK 1., Stubenring 5 37


© MARCH GUT

© mischer’traxler studio

© MAK / Mona Heiß

Program Partners Overview guided tours

Program Partners Exhibition

Program Partners Presentation

VIENNA BIENNALE 2017: ROBOTS. WORK. OUR FUTURE MAK

IN RELATION MAM Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art

AT HOME AT JOHAN’S MARCH GUT

At various exhibition venues across the entire city, the VIENNA BIENNALE 2017 brings together some 300 designers, architects, artists, and other participants who draw a complex picture of our future digital world with their speculative and utopian (or dystopian) as well as auspicious practical scenarios. Artificial intelligence, automatized working environments, the Internet of Things, unlimited digital communication, transparent human beings, new individuality: Turbo-digitalization is turning our (working) lives upside-down at break-neck speed. But who will look after the interests of human beings in this digital revolution driven by technological and economic forces? www.mak.at www.viennabiennale.org Sat 30.9., 2.30pm–4pm (English)+Sun 1.10., 10.30am–12pm (German) Tickets: MAK ticket plus 5 € Start: MAK 1., Stubenring 5 37

The exhibition IN RELATION in the AAA Project Space of MAM Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art is showing a selection of known and new works by mischer’traxler studio. Common to all projects is their characteristic of picking up various background circumstances in our environment and making them tangible and visible in design objects. Person and object, object and nature, nature and human being, also object and object are set in relation to one another. It is an attempt to enrich things in the home environment with facts and questions. The opening cocktail of the exhibition takes place in the presence of mischer’traxler studio on 29.9. www.galerie-mam.com 29.9.–7.10., Tue–Fri 11am– 7pm, Sat 11am–4pm, Sun+Mon closed Opening: Fri 29.9., 6pm–9pm

Linz meets Mühlviertel in Vienna: For many years, the Linz design duo MARCH GUT has been working together with Tischlerei Pühringer from Böhmdorf. The old-established craft company has already invested its elaborate craftsmanship into executing some of the innovative designs by Christoph March and Marek Gut, for instance the successful Hockn chair series made of solid wood. The aesthetically appealing, comfortable series is now augmented by a dining table and a wardrobe and presented for the first time to the public at the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK 2017 in the showroom of their marketing partner JOHAN. MARCH GUT, Pühringer, and JOHAN – a perfect trio standing for honest design, a sensitive treatment of resources, and timeless language of color and forms. Here you can feel at home! www.marchgut.com

MAM Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art 1., Weihburggasse 26

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Passionswege Presentation

© Matthias Lehner

© Katharina Gossow

MATTHIAS LEHNER (DE) with Hegenbart Kupferschmiede

Program Partners Presentation FIDDLER, PFEIFFER & SCHLAU Meșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) / zerunianandweisz

The Passionswege unite Viennese manufacturing firms with international designers – an experience which in this case literally welds them together. With more than sixty years’ experience, the coppersmith firm of Hegenbart has been the top address for all welding works. No processing methods or materials are foreign to the old-established firm, which master coppersmith Roman Hegenbart now heads in the fourth generation. The Munich designer Matthias Lehner has been running his own studio since 2011. His special trademark is to lend a clear style to his products. Table culture takes up an important place in his work. Launching out from the application potential of copper in tableware design, as part of the Passionswege he produced a service consisting of carafe, tray, and beakers, whose finely hammered, naturally oxidized copper patches tempt everyone to touch them. A ViennaMunich mixture, ennobled by the blow of the hammer!

The design duo zerunianandweisz has accompanied Meșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) since the very beginning: Nadja Zerunian and Peter Weisz discuss, draw, forge ideas. They sit side by side with the Roma craftspeople who are supported by the initiative – whether in the bone-chilling cold of the Transylvanian winter, or the baking heat of the summer: “We’re on the spot when the objects take shape in minutely detailed handicraft. They look at us, talk to us, follow us. Now they’re also going to talk to their observers.” FIDDLER, PFEIFFER & SCHLAU is a cooperative venture between zerunianandweisz and Meșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) as part of the ERSTE Foundation Roma Partnership. In addition to the presentation in the Festival Headquarters, Meșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) will open up a pop-up shop on Blindengasse 3. www.mbq.ro www.zerunianandweisz.com www.erstestiftung.org

29.9.–7.10., Mon–Fri 12pm–5pm, Sat 10am–1pm, Sun closed

29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm

Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 3pm–6pm Hegenbart Kupferschmiede 15., Beckmanngasse 36 24

Cocktail pop-up-shop: Thu 5.10., 6pm (8., Blindengasse 3) Children’s workshop with eematico: Sat 7.10., 10am–2pm Maximum of 15 children per workshop Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

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© Nikolaus Korab

© Nikolaus Korab

© mischer’traxler studio

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Program Partners Exhibition

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ON THE TOP LEFT mischer’traxler studio

FOOD DESIGN & KITCHEN HACKING New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten

DESIGN CONFERENCE: THE RESPONSIBILITY OF FOOD DESIGN New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten

Discover the workspace of mischer’traxler studio. From the cellar to the ceiling, prototypes, tests, and developments of new projects are exhibited next to material storage, workshop area, archived objects, and the daily routines of the studio. An exhibition tour that invites the visitors to seek and discover the projects in their place of origin and get an insight into the chaos and order of the office. www.mischertraxler.com 29.9.–7.10., daily 2pm–7pm, Tue 3.10., 2pm–10pm Cocktail: Tue 3.10., 6.30pm–10pm mischer’traxler studio 15., Sechshauser Straße 28/1 41

How will we live, eat, and work in 2040? And how can kitchen hacking make us view traditional forms of cuisine from new perspectives? Bachelor degree students from two years of the course work on ideas and products relating to the culture of cooking and eating, the kitchen space, and cooking utensils, tableware and tools – visionary, speculative, and critical projects that approach the theme from the standpoints of ritual and culture. The exhibition shows a selection of works from the second semester (in cooperation with the plastics processing firm of Miraplast) and from the fourth semester (free choice of material). On show are prototypes, design studies, and concepts, as well as processes yielding discoveries and inventions. The project is accompanied on 30.9. by a series of lectures and discussion with the public. www.ndu.ac.at 29.9.–8.10., daily 12pm–7pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 1pm Designschool 15., Kranzgasse 18/3–5

Nothing uses up so many resources, changes the climate as radically, or is such an economic and survival factor as our daily food. Thus, no field of design is positioned so close to the lever of change as food design! Together with the international food design top stars Sonia Massari (IT), Francesca Sarti (IT), Martí Guixé (ES), and the public, the Viennese design duo honey & bunny – as of autumn 2017 head of the academic study course Food Design at the NDU – talk about responsibility, everyday life, design, and the will to change: an afternoon focusing on the most common product, the most common activity – food and eating. www.ndu.ac.at Sat 30.9., 3pm–7pm Limited number of participants Registration at info@ndu.ac.at Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

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Passionswege Presentation PAVILLON_35 (AT) with Saint Charles Apotheke

© pavillon_35

Program Partners Talk INCLUSIVE, ANALOGUE, AND DIGITAL NOUS Inclusive design in the museum and exhibition world is increasingly taking place in an intensive dovetailing of analogue and digital media. An exhilarating new experience is emerging in the auditive, tactile, and visual sphere. Contents and spaces are being made accessible to all. While aspects such as comprehensible language, linguistic diversity, and simple navigation can be implemented digitally today, in the analogue world, we need personnel and also spatial measures to be able to address requirements specifically. The participatory talk will revolve around use cases like the collective project Eye to Ear by NOUS and new solution strategies. www.nousdigital.net With: Verena Blöchl, Katharina-Anna Götzendorfer (Eye to Ear), Nadja Al-Masri-Gutternig (Salzburg Museum), Linda Miesen (Studio Tactile), Heidrun Schulze (ScienceCenter-Netzwerk), Max Arends (NOUS) Moderation: Luise Reitstätter (University of Applied Arts Vienna) Tue 3.10., 5pm NOUS 15., Ullmannstraße 35 42

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The Saint Charles Apotheke in Vienna isn’t a pharmacy in the conventional sense. Here, you can find not only registered orthodox medicaments, but also traditional European medicines and self-mixed natural cosmetics. There is a coherent philosophy behind this: “The herbs we find on our doorstep, we can make into medicinal remedies, use them as effective agents in cosmetics, or eat them,” says Alexander Ehrmann, who runs the pharmacy in the sixth generation and shared his knowledge as part of the Passionswege with members of pavillon_35. In their project, Günter Seyfried, Kristin Weissenberger, and Moya Hoke, members of this society for science-based art, focus on the therapeutic aspects of the forest, or, better said, the quintessence of the forest, of the noble ritual of smoking and steaming, pausing and lingering. The project’s objective is to create awareness that something new can be born of science in association with art and design – at present a fundamental trend in design. Taking part: Elisabeth Breidenbrücker (Spagyric), Hubert Peter (Barman), Paul Stempberger (Technical support in turned woodworks), Feldküche (Catering) 29.9.–7.10., Mon–Sat 5pm–9pm, Sun closed (Smoking salon) 29.9.–7.10., Mon–Fri 8am–7pm, Sat 8am–1pm, Sun closed (Pharmacy, 6., Gumpendorfer Straße 30) Cocktail: Fri 29.9., 5pm–8.30pm Saint Charles Alimentary 6., Gumpendorfer Straße 33 50


© Bartosz Grześkowiak

© Peugeot

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SOPHISTICATED DESIGN FROM THE PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB Peugeot

IT FEELS! DESIGN FOR THE SENSES Polish Institute Vienna / School of Form

Design is drive, means momentum. In its more than 200 years’ history, the Peugeot brand has always remained faithful to its own lofty standards of excellence in design. As part of this year’s VIENNA DESIGN WEEK Cathal Loughnane is coming to Vienna to present some insights into the work of the multidisciplinary, in-house design forge: The fortyyear-old Irishman has been working since 1999 in different departments of the Groupe PSA, today he heads the famed Peugeot Design Lab. In his talk, he describes the power of the Peugeot brand, the work methods of the lab, and the significance of excellent industrial design for successful products in the field of automotive design. The Peugeot Design Lab develops not only Peugeot products but also design solutions for customers outside the automobile branch. www.peugeotdesignlab.com

“Our bodies tell stories worth listening to.” The exhibition IT FEELS! DESIGN FOR THE SENSES gathers together diploma projects from the School of Form in Poznań, which, despite belonging to different genres – Domestic Design, Communication Design, Industrial Design, and Fashion Design – share a concise thematic approach: All the selected graduates’ works from the years 2015 to 2017 focus on the human body as center of experiences, emotions, and our knowledge of the world. And although the projects concentrate primarily on aspects of feeling and perceiving, they still demonstrate formal, functional, and utilitarian qualities. Sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch – an exhibition for all the senses! Curated by Agata Kiedrowicz. www.polnisches-institut.at

Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

Opening: Mon 2.10., 6.30pm–9pm Exhibition until 7.11. p_art Galerie, Polish Institute Vienna 1., Am Gestade 7 45

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Guest Country Exhibition

© Polytechnic University of Timișoara

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THE ANSWERING MACHINE Polytechnic University of Timișoara, Faculty of Architecture and City Planning

What is architecture? How is it regarded, understood, and managed today? A special role in this fundamental discussion is played by élite institutions, which as symbolic answering machines take their approach from different angles: They communicate clear messages, constantly accumulate new answers, and connect people and ideas. But what exactly is being communicated here? How do studies influence individual approaches? Where, ultimately, is it taking us? And who is being brought into connection with whom? The exhibition THE ANSWERING MACHINE of the Faculty of Architecture and City Planning of the Polytechnic University of Timișoara is taking a look at the design and relevance of the Alma Mater as answering machine. With the aim of thrusting open doors to new university and cultural thinking spaces, students search for answers in the run-up to the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK – during the festival, they will aspire to give them shape in the context of a laboratory-type arrangement, developed in part in collaboration with Romanian architects living in Vienna. 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Finissage: Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus 15., Europaplatz 1

Program Partners Presentation A QUESTION OF CONTEXT QWSTION Store / ECAL A good answer is the outcome of the right question. With the objective of developing sustainable solutions, the Swiss label QWSTION creates bags for daily use, whereby the brand’s core agenda always involves challenging the norm and playfully integrating the latest materials. In a cooperative venture with the ECAL – University of Art and Design Lausanne, students start out with the ultra-light, organically produced material CottonShell® for instance to investigate new options for wearing things. Under creative director Christian Paul Kaegi, they produced prototypes out of the material, which because of its unique texture is impermeable to water and functions without any extra waterproofing. Emerging from this experiment were a scarf with hidden pockets, a bag inspired by bubble wrap, and a rucksack with integrated rain jacket. www.qwstion.com 29.9.–7.10., Mon–Fri 11am– 7pm, Sat 11am–6pm, Sun closed Cocktail: Wed 4.10., 6pm–9pm QWSTION Store Vienna 7., Zieglergasse 38 46

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© Rado

© Rado

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RADO STAR PRIZE AUSTRIA 2017 Rado

RADO TRUE DESIGN EDITIONS 2017 Rado

To strike up the start of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, during the opening ceremony the Swiss watch brand Rado reveals the winner of the Rado Star Prize Austria 2017 design contest. From January to August, upcoming Austrian talents were invited to showcase installations in the shop window of the Rado Boutique. The most innovative design project now receives 5.000 euros as prize money and can dazzle the town during the festival week in the Rado Boutique in Vienna. During the exhibition, Rado, in collaboration with famous designers, is in addition launching an exclusive series of chronometers in limited editions – first and foremost the Rado True Stratum, which was created in cooperation with the Austrian designer Rainer Mutsch. www.rado.com

The Swiss watch brand Rado got together with leading names from the world of design (such as Oskar Zięta and BIG-GAME) – with resounding success. As part of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, the brand is presenting an exclusive series of chronometers in limited editions, for which the famous designers each left their own individual stamp on the popular Rado True. One that stands out especially is the Rado True Stratum created in collaboration with the leading Austrian designer Rainer Mutsch. He had extraordinary success in retaining the unmistakable style of Rado, yet simultaneously endowing the created object with an extremely unique, individual character. During the festival week, the design models will be on display in the Rado Boutique and in the Festival Headquarters. www.rado.com 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm

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Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm

Rado Boutique Vienna 1., Kärntner Straße 18

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Special Talk

© Veronika Burger

VERONIKA BURGER: EVEN WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT RRRIOT Festival

As part of a studio visit, the artist Veronika Burger is showing her video installation EVEN WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT, which deals with the biography of the Viennese lamp designer Elisabeth Kemeter. Kemeter learned her trade from her aunt and was to hand on her knowledge later to her daughter. For thirty years, she made lampshades for Viennese interior design firms and created designs for the 1987 James Bond film “The Living Daylights”. Katharina Brandl (RRRIOT Festival) discusses with Veronika Burger and Elisabeth Kemeter a cross-generational line of women who – then as now – are denied publicity. Mon 2.10., 6pm Atelier Burger | Werner 7., Lindengasse 61–63/2/14 3

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PLAY&REWIND – MEMORIES, GAMES AND TALES IN ROMANIAN DESIGN Romanian Design Week / Romanian Cultural Institute Vienna

THREADS OF TRADITION Romanian Design Week / Romanian Cultural Institute Vienna

Starting point: childhood. The group show PLAY&REWIND initiated by the Romanian Design Week gravitates around the cultural universe of the first phase of being a human being. The works of the participating designers explore how design is influenced by early interaction, types of behavior, and the necessity of play and creating one’s own worlds and individualities. Young Romanian designers reflect upon the social and individual functions of play. PLAY&REWIND shows illustrations and stories, likewise modular objects designed to motivate play: Play … and rewind! Exhibition design by Attila KIM. 29.9.–8.10., daily 10am–7pm Cocktail: Fri 6.10., 4.30pm Romanian Cultural Institute Vienna 4., Argentinierstraße 39 49

© Romanian Design Week

Guest Country Exhibition

© Romanian Design Week

Guest Country Exhibition

How can we reflect upon the characteristics of the past without falling into the nostalgia trap? The showcase THREADS OF TRADITION presents approaches that simultaneously spotlight Romania’s dynamic new design scene. THREADS OF TRADITION is based on multidisciplinary works of 2016 and 2017 that allude to folkloric traditions and patterns and are notable for their intensive reliance on process, for their appreciation of traditional knowledge, and a pronounced devotion to material. Whether formal or conceptual – the participating designers use tradition for inspiration, relate to the collective past as a nation, or invoke handicraft techniques that are set in new economic and social contexts. The projects on display focus almost exclusively on the production of contemporary wares with local resources by integrating regional communities and their skills and knowledge. Exhibition design by Eliza Yokina. 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Finissage: Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm

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Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus 15., Europaplatz 1


© Ruby Marie Hotel & Bar

Debut Exhibition

© Diaméter Collective

DESIGNING CRAFT, CRAFTING DESIGN Royal College of Art (RCA) London / Werkraum Bregenzerwald / Diaméter Collective

The exhibition DESIGNING CRAFT, CRAFTING DESIGN explores the collaborative relationship between craftsperson and designer. Under the guidance of the design collective diaméter, students of the Royal College of Art (RCA) London have been urged to reflect upon their position as designers in an urban context as well as in relation to and in contrast with the practices of their collaborators at Werkraum Bregenzerwald, who preserve certain working traditions within a regional craft community. The intersection of these young designers and master craftspeople is told through a journey-led exhibition, depicted through three thematic stages: material culture of Bregenzerwald, visibility and invisibility of craft, and re-contextualizing and reimagining materials and practices. Acting as research laboratory were the workshops of Felder Metall, Mohr Polster, Tischlerei Bereuter, Oberhauser & Schedler Bau, Strolz Leuchten, and Schwarzmann, das Fenster. 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm

Program Partners Party FESTIVAL SUNDOWNER Ruby Marie Hotel & Bar An after-show above the roofs of Vienna. During the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, the Ruby Marie Hotel & Bar extends an invitation to enjoy a festival sundowner with national and international guests, also cocktails at festival prices and chillout beats in one of the hottest new bars in town. In the Event Space on the ground floor, the vintage elements of the richly historical location also encounter the interactive installation SONIC RUG by the Austrian textile designer Selina Reiterer. Inspiration in perfection on a Wednesday evening! www.ruby-hotels.com

Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm

Wed 4.10., 8pm

Finissage: Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm

Ruby Marie Hotel & Bar 7., Kaiserstraße 2–4

Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

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© Selina Reiterer

© Federico Floriani

© RWA_Architetti

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Program Partners Presentation

CHROMATIC ARCHITECTURE RWA_Architetti

MORPHOSIS, A DESIGN EXHIBITION Schloss Hollenegg for Design

Color and light are fundamental components of architecture. They are capable of setting the scene in a richly faceted way with spatial and architectural solutions. Not the least of their properties is also that of being able to stimulate different modes of perception. In a former second-hand shop with connected studio on Rotenlöwengasse, the international Italian architecture and interior architecture studio RWA_Architetti (Ruffo Wolf and partners) is showing a selection of radiantly colorful and black-and-white projects: The show includes designs of a new Milan showroom and the ceremonial hall of the university in Rovereto. In cooperation with Angelo Stagno and Stephan Köberl. www.rwarchitetti.it

Metamorphosis means development and change. It is the process of a complete organism or specific parts, a continuous transformation capable of taking place without a clearly defined beginning or foreseeable end. Objects, habits, cultures, moral attitudes – all these change in small stages, driven by external forces. New things unfold. Through design, we can direct an attentive eye onto the phenomenon of metamorphosis and start to see ourselves as catalysts of evolution. MORPHOSIS shows a selection of such observations by five designers. www.schlosshollenegg.at

SONIC RUG – A FREQUENCY MODULATING TEXTILE INTERFACE Selina Reiterer

29.9.–8.10., daily 3.30pm–7pm Cocktail: Thu 5.10., 6pm Atelier Stephan Köberl 9., Rotenlöwengasse 9 4

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SONIC RUG is the result of an artistic approach to smart textiles. The project explores the possibilities of connecting soft material to the digital space, manifesting in an interactive installation: A basic frequency can be triggered, amplified, and distorted by touching different parts on the surface. The fluffy texture, operating as a sensor, is connected to a program – elongated and repeated sounds are created, wandering from harmonic variations to clusters and distortions, tunes are cumulating into a blast of noise. Not the aesthetics of technology are in the forefront, but tangible values of handicrafts and the quality of a soft and comfortable texture. www.selinareiterer.com 30.9.–8.10., Tue–Fri 12pm– 8pm, Sat+Sun 11am–6pm, Mon closed Work in progress “Hackathon”: Wed 4.10., 11am–6pm Cocktail: Wed 4.10., 6.30pm–10pm

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Event Space, Ruby Marie Hotel & Bar 7., Kaiserstraße 2–4


Special Exhibition

© Siegrun Appelt

© SITZFLÄCHE

G Siegrun Appelt

Starting out from the project Langsames Licht / Slow Light in the Wachau region, for which the artist produced a chandelier in 2015, Siegrun Appelt has made other objects in Czech glassworks in the glassmaking region of North Bohemia. In 2016, Appelt worked for instance with OLED technology, leading its planar light through soberly cut glass blocks. The latest objects are a mixture of vase, lamp, and artifact. All pieces are elaborately fashioned and consist of thick glass, which because of its special cuts has a specific reflection characteristic. The objects have an intentionally “unfinished” character, which makes the molded blank remain recognizable as such. More details at www.siegrunappelt.com and www.langsameslicht.com. 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Studio visit: Wed 4.10., 5pm (Studio Siegrun Appelt, 7., Westbahnstraße 27–29/1/8a) Finissage: Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

Program Partners Presentation 1+1=1 / HOW DO YOU FIT FIVE PEOPLE ONTO TWO CHAIRS? SITZFLÄCHE SITZFLÄCHE enjoys the status of being an institution in the 15th district. Since 2009, it has been a showroom for design chairs and at the same time a platform for social integration – and makes seating options into places of encounter, even in the public space. At this interface of private and communal, old and new, and also fired by her interest in design chairs, the artist and businesswoman Sabine Heine has now developed a series of one-offs: 1+1=1 are new designs consisting of two used chairs or stools which with appropriate joins become a bench. The Czech performer Jan Jakubal demonstrates by means of the design objects that sitting does not automatically mean inertia, but can also be top-speed locomotion. Because here, sitting means dynamics! www.sitzflaeche.at 29.9.–8.10., Mon–Sat 12pm– 6pm, Sun closed Performance: Sat 30.9., 6.30pm Cocktail: Tue 3.10., 5.30pm SITZFLÄCHE 15., Schwendergasse 19 53

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© STEININGER / Merten Riesner

© Spirit Design

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#OFFLINE
– DESIGN FOR THE (GOOD OLD) REAL WORLD Spazio Pulpo

SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION Spirit Design

AESTHETICS = FUNCTION STEININGER

Is it desirable to be offline? And is it at all possible in our day? How can new forms of freedom or luxury develop from it? What does being offline mean for our humanity? How important is it for our culture to keep our distance from the web, its algorithms, artificial intelligence, bots and bits? It lies in our nature to expand, to improve our capabilities. So why would a rational person cast off his or her own sense-expanding extra limb? #OFFLINE focuses on installations and objects that are open to this discourse and question contemporary realities. With chmara’rosinke, breadedEscalope, Klemens Schillinger, and Patrick Rampelotto, also guest positions of the newly established TRIALE Institute. www.spaziopulpo.com 29.9.–8.10., daily 2pm–6pm (or by appointment) Opening: Fri 29.9., 6.30pm Cocktail: Thu 5.10., 7pm Spazio Pulpo 1., Sonnenfelsgasse 3/2/15 54

Spirit Design ensures that design is being rethought and expanded – all the way to Brazil. Because there, the Austrian innovation enterprise is at present enjoying success with the sustainability project Atmove. This originated in the idea of supporting farmers in emerging markets with small tractors. Central component of the project is the transport and work vehicle CH4PA. It is a prime example of how sustainable innovation can function: Spirit Design is working in a pilot region together with the largest hydroelectric power station in the world (Itaipú), the TU Wien, and the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna on a system innovation that makes local smallholding farmers into fuel suppliers by processing manure and waste from agriculture. This reduces fuel costs by 50 percent and CO2 emissions by 97 percent. Supported by the Vienna Business Agency and the Austrian Development Agency. Talk by Georg Wagner. www.spiritdesign.com Thu 5.10., 5pm Spirit Design 16., Hasnerstraße 123 55

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Reduction to the essentials. This is where we recognize the touch of STEININGER – timeless aesthetics, made for life. STEININGER makes made-to-measure projects for visions great and small: houses, freehold flats, lofts, villas, or business facilities – with a range including architecture, interior architecture, and design with masterpieces made by STEININGER. The kitchens form the core element among the designs created by Martin Steininger himself. Rock and sports stars, passionate gastronomes, and connoisseurs cook in STEININGER kitchens. The kitchens are made of concrete, stone, or aluminum: only eight millimeters thick, minimalist, monolithic, and “maybe no kitchen at all”. For an innovative synthesis of the arts – in sync with all participants. www.steininger-designers.at 29.9.–7.10., Mon–Fri 9am– 6.30pm, Sat 10am–2pm, Sun closed Cocktail: Fri 6.10., 6pm STEININGER Showroom Vienna 1., Schubertring 4 56

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© Spazio Pulpo

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© Swarovski Kristallwelten

© Studio Riebenbauer

Program Partners Presentation

Program Partners Presentation

THE SIXTH SENSE OF A BRAND Studio Riebenbauer

EXHIBITS FROM THE ATELIER SWAROVSKI HOME COLLECTION Swarovski Kristallwelten Store Wien

Every sense has its own scenario! Studio Riebenbauer works with the sensory and sensuous multidimensionality of brands. Because: Brands of the future only have a chance if they can be perceived with all the senses. The internationally active bureau creates brand experiences that stamp a permanent impression on the unconscious and penetrate deep into the consumers’ emotional world. This work method crosses over all genre borders and covers all the points of contact of a brand, ranging from traditional communication and design through to branded spaces and branded architecture. In its new self-designed facilities, Studio Riebenbauer visually reveals this sensuousness and the mechanisms behind it. www.riebenbauer.net Thu 5.10.+Fri 6.10., 7pm Maximum of 12 persons per event Registration at gutentag@ riebenbauer.net Studio Riebenbauer 9., Währinger Straße 6–8/12 57

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Swarovski is renowned for its powers of innovation and craftsmanship, for extraordinary quality and precision in manufacturing cut crystal. In the Swarovski Kristallwelten Store Wien – a place blending design, contemporary art, and a crystalline shopping ambience – visitors to the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK can discover how the multifaceted richness of crystal is reflected in design objects and installations. On display is a selection of exclusive exhibits from the Atelier Swarovski Home Collection, which was conceived by internationally famous architects and designers. www.swarovski.com/wien 29.9.–7.10., Mon–Fri 9am– 9pm, Sat 9am–6pm, Sun closed Swarovski Kristallwelten Store Wien 1., Kärntner Straße 24 59


© Tisca

© Alexander Schuppich

Program Partners Exhibition

Program Partners Workshops

THE URBAN FUTURE_CHANGING CITY TOGETHER Technical Museum Vienna

WITH HAND AND HEART: IKAT DYEING WITH VEGETABLE DYES TISCA

How do we want to live in the future? How do we want to organize our cities? And to whom will the city belong? As part of the exhibition THE URBAN FUTURE, the Technical Museum Vienna is showing projects that aim to rethink the city. What new forms of housing make urban densification not only bearable but also offer a better quality of life? How does the city grow with the great diversity of people and continue developing? In a workshop, Sibylle Bader (Wanderklasse) tackles the topics of urban design (planning). The Stadtarbeit project TISCHLEIN DECK DICH and Community Cooking (Caritas) offer people the chance of cooking together and sharing knowledge. The architect Anna Popelka (PPAG architects) talks about new forms of home living and densification in the urban space and along with the curator Elisabeth Limbeck-Lilienau acts as guide through the exhibition. www.technischesmuseum.at

Since 1963, the Vorarlberg firm of TISCA has stood for the production of high-quality woolen carpets and the combination of tradition and innovation. Together with the Swedish designer Anneli Tegelberg and basing its approach on the first GOTS certified (Global Organic Textile Standard) carpet collection in the world, the company makes new patterns using the Ikat production process, where the thread is dyed in sections before weaving, with the German designer Elke Fiebig adding her expertise on ecological dyeing using vegetable dyes. This knowledge sharing is offered by TISCA and the designers as part of a temporary Ikat and dyeing workshop during the festival. The results of this collaboration will be on show throughout the entire festival. www.tisca.at

29.9.–8.10., Mon–Fri 9am–6pm, Sat+Sun 10am–6pm Workshop “Research at First Hand”: Sun 1.10., 10.30am–1pm

Fri 29.9.+Sat 30.9., 11am–8pm+Sun 1.10., 11am–4pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus 15., Europaplatz 1

Workshop “Free Food Sharing”: Sun 1.10., 12.30pm–4pm Talk “New Forms of Housing and Urban Densification”: Sun 1.10., 1pm Guided tour “How Do You Create an Exhibition?”: Sun 1.10., 2pm

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY! TON

SPANNWERK TU Wien, Department of Three-Dimensional Design and Model Building

FRESH AIR FOR PROTOTYPES undpartner

One year older! TON is celebrating the first anniversary of its showroom opening on Rudolfsplatz and inviting the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK public to call round, wish it all the best, and at the same time enjoy the atmosphere in a crowd of international designers. Anyone who wants to have a look behind the scenes of TON production and how the products are made is cordially invited to hop on the special birthday bus and visit the factory in Bystřice pod Hostýnem in the Czech Republic (registration and dates at www.takethetour.eu). A unique opportunity to view the world’s oldest production site where furniture is made, now, as it was then, using the traditional wood-bending technique. www.ton.eu 29.9.–8.10., Mon–Fri 10am– 8pm, Sat+Sun 10am–6pm Cocktail: Thu 5.10., 6pm TON Showroom 1., Rudolfsplatz 1 62

The Department of ThreeDimensional Design and Model Building in the TU Wien deals among other subjects with product design at the interface of architecture and art. In the 2017 summer semester, students turned their attention to the creative and constructional potential of self-forming processes and the material of wood. The outcome materialized as body-supporting objects made of bent wood elements, which in their material- and processing-related forms radiate a buoyant and natural aesthetic aura. The program was supported by Walter Klasz of the University of Innsbruck, who is doing research in the field of active bending. The prototypes have been developed with the kind support of Thonet. kunst2.tuwien.ac.at www.tuwien.ac.at 29.9.–4.10., daily 10am–7pm Cocktail: Tue 3.10., 6.30pm TVFA-Halle, TU Wien 4., Erzherzog-Johann-Platz 1 64

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SaloneSatellite, pop-up café, hotel room, outdoor dinner, 100% Design, fashion shop – the options and projects for which the Salzburg design studio undpartner develops its own products are myriad and versatile. Mostly created in collaboration with other creative people and for unusual settings, nevertheless, nearly all products remain one-offs or small series that linger for the rest of their existence within an intimate context. As part of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, these favorite pieces are brought out into the fresh air again – together with impressions of the original projects and culinary support. And perhaps one of the prototypes will find its way into serial production after all? www.undpartner.at 5.+6.10., Thu+Fri 10am–7pm Opening: Wed 4.10., 7pm Hotel am Brillantengrund 7., Bandgasse 4 29


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A CONVERSATION IN DESIGN: THE UNTAMED VS. THE ORDERLY United Colours of Design

TRIBUTE TO PAOLO PIVA University of Applied Arts Vienna

BE YOUR OWN DESIGNER AND MAKE IT YOURS! USM

Paolo Piva, excellent designer and architect with a great international reputation, headed the class of Industrial Design at the University of Applied Arts Vienna for more than 25 years. In his inimitable way, he managed to sense his students’ creative potential, guide it subtly onto the path of their own strengths, and – counter to the loud and fastlane spirit of the age – give them time to seek and find their own personal cultural identity. In memory of Paolo Piva, the University of Applied Arts Vienna is organizing a round table where people from the different facets of his career – colleagues, graduates, and personal friends – commemorate him as professor, designer, and architect. www.dieangewandte.at

Take something you like and turn it into something you love! The new online configurator of the Swiss furniture manufacturer USM makes it possible to assemble sideboards, shelves, or other pieces of furniture with a few clicks and entirely according to individual wishes. The first step defines structure and size. Then one configures doors, intermediate floors, and drawers. Finally the object is dipped into one’s favorite color – that’s it! To mark the launch of this wishcome-true furniture configurator, USM, Immo KURIER, and the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK organized a design competition – be creative! – in summer 2017. The winning piece is now on show in the Festival Headquarters. Definitely something we love! www.usm.com

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From South Africa to Japan – a dialogue-based group show explores two vastly separated worlds by articulating rarely told life stories of textiles, objects, and symbols. While African design is in part based on a specific kind of “primitivism” giving the designer the scope to transpose reality into abstract forms and patterns, Japanese design is founded on a pronounced form of sensibility with which objects are assembled in a frequently sensitive and fully deliberate manner. From Buddhism-influenced Kyoto and the pulsating capital of Tokyo all the way to Cape Town – the exhibition is a genuine melting pot of cultures, showing social and material innovations, self-initiated production processes, and different traditions of artistic handicraft. www.unitedcoloursofdesign.com 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Finissage: Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus 15., Europaplatz 1

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Special Exhibition © Markus Rössle

DESIGN EVERYDAY – DESIGN FÜR DEN GEBRAUCH Vandasye

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Design means more than simply giving something a shape. The design of products has a profound significance – whether for society or the individual. In an age when the borders between the virtual and real world seem to be blurring more and more, the significance of responsibly designed and practical everyday objects is increasing. This understanding of design is the focus of the exhibition DESIGN EVERYDAY – DESIGN FÜR DEN GEBRAUCH, which aims to illuminate different aspects by means of a selection of contemporary Austrian product designs. How do designers react to current changes? And how are new developments reflected in the design of everyday utensils? Conceived and curated by Georg Schnitzer and Peter Umgeher, on invitation of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Finissage: Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Haus 15., Europaplatz 1

COMMUNCIATION SPACES OF THE FUTURE Veech X Veech For nearly 25 years, the internationally renowned architecture and design bureau Veech X Veech have been producing innovative and prizewinning projects, including the impressive overall solutions for broadcast media enterprises, among them ORF – The Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, Al Jazeera London and Qatar, also for the Red Bull Media House. In an exclusive guided tour, creative director and designer Stuart A. Veech is presenting the latest showcase project of Veech X Veech: the groundbreaking, multifunctional communication and media center on Küniglberg, and two news studios for ORF eins and ORF 2. www.veechxveech.com Fri 29.9., 10.30am Limited number of participants Registration at event@veechxveech.com Start: Main entrance, ORF-Zentrum Wien 13., Würzburggasse 30 43

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Talks Panel

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DESIGNING DEMOCRACY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK

National identity is a signal communicated via banknotes, fire brigade vehicles, and uniforms. Nation branding deliberately processes the nation’s image. And there are specific symbols for democracy. For the 100th anniversary of the Austrian republic in 2018 and the upcoming National Council election, the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK interviews experts about the origin and transformation of the image of Austria and the subtexts reverberating in the background. Democratic awareness as a task for design. In an introduction to the talk, Jakob Zerbes presents his current diploma project “GAIA – The Artificial Intelligence to Substitute Our Political System”: What does the rapid development of computer performance, artificial intelligence, and big data signify for our society? And how does it question the way we live together? A project from the Institute of Graphic Design at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Impulse performance: Jakob Zerbes (Graduate class Oliver Kartak) Panel with: Erwin K. Bauer (buero bauer), Edith Blaschitz (Department for Arts and Cultural Studies, Danube University Krems), Eva Blimlinger (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Rector) Moderation: Barbara Tòth (Falter Verlag) Sun 1.10., 3.30pm

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GLOBAL TOOLS – DESIGN EDUCATION TODAY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK

DESIGN IN ROMANIA – DESIGN FROM ROMANIA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK

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New territories always mean new challenges and chances. This is true of upcoming designers as much as of the institutions where they are trained in the hope of becoming such. In times of an ever-broadening concept of design, both sides are often faced with the same questions: specialization or universal education? Humanities-based erudition or hands-on skills? Academic freedom or confrontation with economic realities? Many design universities are long-time partners of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. Taking this as an occasion, an international panel addresses the question of how universities wish to position themselves in a design landscape transformed by digitalization, open design, and new work. How do institutions hone their profile and public image, what tools and what values do they want to convey to their students? Those invited are representatives of the international universities that are taking part in various functions in the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. With: Herbert Grüner (New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten), Agnieszka Jacobson-Cielecka (School of Form Poznań), Christian Paul Kaegi (ECAL – University of Art and Design Lausanne), James Tooze (Royal College of Art (RCA) London), University of Applied Arts Vienna Moderation: Thomas Geisler (Werkraum Bregenzerwald) Mon 2.10., 4pm Language: English Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

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Design made in Romania! This year’s Guest Country of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK is Romania. Alongside the key themes, the regional focus is reflected particularly in the presence of many Romanian designers, who are represented in very diverse ways across the board of all festival formats. A welcome situation, which also links up with current developments in and around the urban centers of Romania. The Romanian Design Week was held for the fifth time already in 2017 and attracts designers from all over the country. And international networking is being boosted as well, as seen in the example of the Romanian Cultural Institute in Vienna. At the same time, young designers are working to support the special features of Romanian design. In this talk in English, representatives describe their view of the flourishing Romanian design scene. With: Irina Cornisteanu (Director of the Romanian Cultural Institute in Vienna), Ovidiu Hrin (Synopsis Media, curator and graphic designer), Maria Neneciu (Romanian Design Week), Alexandra Trofin (Stadtarbeit project TISCHLEIN DECK DICH) Moderation: Julia Hürner (VIENNA DESIGN WEEK) Sun 8.10., 2pm Language: English Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4


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LOCAL COLOR VIENNA DESIGN WEEK

TOUR 1: RUDOLFSHEIM-FÜNFHAUS – PROFITING FROM ONE/ANOTHER VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Alexa Brauner

Between hot spot and focus, gentrification and ghettoization, between district festival and neighborhood branding: How do urban districts work on their image to manage the transition from workers’ district to creative hub? How do they exploit the public space? And how far do they need a critical confrontation with the creative industries in interaction with the real estate branch? Based on the study “Beyond Gentrification”, which also sheds light on this year’s Focus District of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, this talk addresses the development of the 15th district, which is, according to the study, deemed to be the least educated and the one with the lowest incomes, but also the youngest and ethnically most diverse urban district in the city. Impulse presentation: Yvonne Franz (Department of Geography and Regional Research, University of Vienna) Panel with: Thomas Blimlinger (Borough mayor, 7th district), Yvonne Franz (Department of Geography and Regional Research, University of Vienna), Oliver Kartak (University of Applied Arts Vienna, professor and designer), Albert Wimmer (Architect)

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Every person is different. And every person can profit from someone else. This tour revolves around projects of the Passionswege and Stadtarbeit formats in the Focus District of Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus. It ranges from copper and horn to social diversity and playfully creative solution models, intimate workshops, vacant business premises, and public squares – a charged field of polarities generating synergies, affirmation, and empathy. The spectrum is broad: culinary diversity, new forms of communication with dementia patients, or the consideration of skills, and sociocultural backgrounds in designing accommodation for migrants. The leitmotif of the tour is the invaluable commodity of affirmative communication with one another, from which everyone, man, woman and child, can profit. Tue 3.10., 4pm–6pm, Wed 4.10., 3pm–5pm, Thu 5.10., 4pm–6pm, Sat 7.10., 11am–1pm For details see info box p. 108 Start: Hegenbart Kupferschmiede 15., Beckmanngasse 36 24

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TOUR 2: ARCHITECTURE ON SPARKASSAPLATZ VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Corona Gsteu

TOUR 3: DESIGN IN VIENNA, INNER CITY VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Gabriela Steiner-Scharfetter

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With its crowning dome, its façade studded with striking bull’s eyes, the building on Sparkassaplatz 4 erected during the time of industrial expansion in Austria takes on a notable position in the history of urban development. The two bottom floor levels of the building – formerly headquarters of the Kommunalsparkasse Rudolfsheim founded in 1881 – were remodeled between 1970 and 1974 after the plans of Johann Georg Gsteu into a branch of the then Zentralsparkasse. Johann Georg Gsteu belongs to the formative generation for Austrian post-war architecture surrounding Friedrich Achleitner, Wilhelm Holzbauer, Friedrich Kurrent, Gustav Peichl, and Johannes Spalt. Characteristic of Gsteu’s oeuvre is a constructivist conceptional approach with which he always strives to use technologically innovative constructions not as an end in themselves, but to create a proportional relationship between function, form, and content. For the opening of the building as part of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, his daughter Corona Gsteu, freelance artist, curator, and architecture expert, acts as guide in an exclusive tour through this architectural jewel in the 15th district. A rare opportunity!

Old handicrafts and young design ideas, almost forgotten manufacturing techniques and new business ideas, tradition and innovation – the range of this tour through Vienna’s inner city is huge: On their tour of discovery, participants visit projects as part of the Passionswege – cooperative ventures between contemporary international designers and old-established local craft firms that share knowledge in open work processes and use it for innovative installations, objects, or furniture. Innovative processes shed light this year for instance on fascinating natural phenomena and the passion for silver is coupled with the passion for the dance as a series of the most exquisite craftsmanship in silver. Rare sights behind the scenes! Fri 29.9., 3pm–5pm, Sat 30.9., 10am–12pm, Wed 4.10., 4pm–6pm, Fri 6.10., 3pm–5pm For details see info box Start: 1., Albertinaplatz 63

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Meeting point 15 minutes before start Language: German, English on request Tickets: adults 15 €, students 10 €, up to 18 years of age 5 €, children under 6 free Maximum of 20 persons per tour Booking online at www.viennadesignweek.at


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Education Guided tour TOUR 4: URBAN WEST-END VIENNA VIENNA DESIGN WEEK / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR)

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Three different tours, three different architectural perspectives onto the 15th district: Starting out at the Festival Headquarters and temporary exhibition venues of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, the tours and their cosmopolitan flair convey multifaceted impressions of Vienna’s west end – studio visits, a neighborhood tour, and a guided tour through the legendary Stadthalle. 29.9. The Wiener Stadthalle: Exclusive guided tour through the historic main building (Roland Rainer, 1958), also backstage areas and annex Halle F together with Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten (2006). Start: short guided overview tour through the Festival Headquarters North. Fri 29.9., 3pm–5pm Start: Festival Headquarters North in the Blaues Hauss 15., Europaplatz 1

Start in the former branch of the Zentralsparkasse (Johann Georg Gsteu, 1970–1974). Multifaceted route to the Vienna Westbahnhof with its annexes and reconstructions by Neumann+Steiner. Numerous highlights like the urban topos (HOLODECK architects) and the new restaurant ON (BWM Architekten). Mon 2.10., 3pm–5pm Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

6.10. Studio tour: Views into the workplaces of Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten and architect Albert Wimmer in industrial-age factory buildings. To finish off: short guided overview tour through the Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz (Johann Georg Gsteu, 1970–1974). Fri 6.10., 3.30pm–5.30pm Start: Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten 15., Flachgasse 35–37 17

Program Partners Presentation AUTUMN COLLECTIONS OF THE COLEFAX & FOWLER GROUP Vienna Fabrics & Design As a furnishing house for textile design, Vienna Fabrics & Design presents the most comprehensive range in Vienna of high-quality decorative textiles by renowned international and national producers. Vienna Fabrics & Design provides individual solutions for textile applications both in private homes and in contracting, with an expertise poised between the polarities of traditionally aware, classical characterization on one hand, and the interest in modern design and innovative product development on the other. On 6.10. over a glass of sparkling wine, Vienna Fabrics & Design presents the highlights of the current autumn collections of the Colefax & Fowler group (Jane Churchill, Manuel Canovas, and Larsen) and also Dedar and Metaphores. www.vienna-fabrics.at Fri 6.10., 10am–6pm

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PANZERSCHRANK POTEMKIN Virgil Widrich

When strongrooms are pensioned off, they quite often dream of the cinema – and of the time when break-ins were physical actions, gold bars and bundles of banknotes were still real, and hermetically sealed chambers developed by master designers played the leading roles next to the stars for a whole act – certainly a better and more thrilling fate than the bare existence in the cellar of an abandoned bank. Film director and multimedia artist Virgil Widrich transforms the strongroom of the former Zentralsparkasse branch on Sparkassaplatz 4 into a screen for anaglyph spatial projections. Red-and-green 3-D glasses are provided. 29.9.–8.10., daily 11am–8pm Cocktail: Sat 30.9., 5pm–8pm Finissage: Sun 8.10., 5pm–8pm Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

Program Partners Presentation DESIGN IN FILM: SET – COSTUME DESIGN – PROPS – TAILORING VÖF – Verband Österreichischer FilmaustatterInnen (Austrian Filmdesigners Association) As part of an event lasting several days, the VÖF – Austrian Filmdesigners Association celebrates its 30th anniversary and showcases the styledefining effect of film design. A film show with subsequent talk with team members spotlights exemplary works by Austrian film designers, curated by Hoanzl (Edition Der Österreichische Film). Workshops and guided tours through studios and depots of VÖF members provide inside views of filmmaking. International film designers including Michele Clapton (costume designer) and Uli Hanisch (set designer) cast light on their work methods in workshop talks. A panel discussion addresses the non-existent training options for film design. Film performances, open studios, workshops, costume flea market, and more, from 29.9. to 8.10. in different locations throughout Vienna – detailed program online! www.filmdesigners.at 29.9.–1.10., Fri–Sun 15.30pm–12am Cocktail: Fri 29.9., 4pm Workshop “Costume Design/Concept Realization”: Sat 30.9., 4pm–6pm Workshop “Costume in Film/Job Descriptions“: Sun 1.10., 4pm–6pm METRO Kinokulturhaus 1., Johannesgasse 4 40

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STAGE FOR ART AND DESIGN Wiener Stadthalle

LAUNCH AND POP-UP-STORE wildwood

With Halle D, opened in 1958, Roland Rainer created one of the most important buildings of Austrian architecture, and today it appears just as impressive, untouched in its substance, and contemporary in architecture. The Austrian star architect moreover designed a major part of the furnishings and interior – for instance, the legendary stackable Stadthalle chairs and the Rainer cloakroom. The Wiener Stadthalle still harbors artworks of inestimable value, some conspicuous, some integrated into the everyday routine. Visitors can take a look behind the scenes and view the numerous objects of contemporary art in backstage guided tours throughout the year – as part of the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK, two such tours are being organized free of charge. www.stadthalle.com

Wood, what would you want more? The new online platform wildwood is presenting its first products, staged in its temporary facilities in a versatile program – including the Designers Dinner, free drinks, and Hornig coffee, even speed dating for interiors with VIERZUEINS DESIGN – thus giving the go-ahead for an initiative whose design is always based on the sensuousness of the material. Visitors are invited to test their sensuous skills on site by means of an interactive piece of furniture sculpture. Conceptualized and curated by Astrid Reiter, Stefanie Högl (kollektiv plus zwei), Christian Lutz, and Johannes Forstner (wildwood). www.wildwood.at

CONTENT VIENNA: 50.000 EUROS FOR CREATIVE DIGITAL PRODUCTIONS Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure

Limited number of participants Registration at www.stadthalle.com/de/ kommen/fuehrungen Start: Start: Ticket foyer Halle F, Wiener Stadthalle 15., Roland-Rainer-Platz 1 70

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Deadline for submissions: Tue 3.10.

Designers Dinner: Thu 5.10., 7pm Limited number of participants Registration at contact@wildwood.at Speed interior designing: Tue 3.10., 5pm wildwood Pop-up-Store / Lavinia Hausner and Christian Lutz 15., Schweglerstraße 47–49 71

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Experiment, implement, and make your own work visible! With CONTENT VIENNA, the Vienna Business Agency supports media and creative professionals from the digital sector in developing their projects. Developers and multimedia designers can submit their projects – from games to formats with animation and virtual reality as well as various web and mobile applications – online. Five selected projects will be supported by the Vienna Business Agency with 10.000 euros each. Submission and all information online. www.wirtschaftsagentur.at


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CURATED BY_VIENNA: THE GALLERY FESTIVAL WITH INTERNATIONAL CURATORS IN VIENNA Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure

IDEAS COMPETITION: KINDER, KINDER! NEW DESIGN IDEAS FOR A PLAYFUL CITY Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure

“image/reads/text.” With exhibitions conceptualized by international curators in Vienna’s leading art galleries, the gallery festival examines the significance of language in contemporary art. Due to the digitalization of all areas of life, we are increasingly confronted with the verbalization of images and the pictorialization of language. To what extent can this tendency be observed in today’s art production? curated by_vienna is organized by the Vienna Business Agency with its creative center departure and takes place for the ninth time. www.wirtschaftsagentur.at www.curatedby.at

The ideas competition KINDER, KINDER! views the city the way children might see it. The Vienna Business Agency is inviting creative people, producers, manufacturers, and everybody else to a change of perspective. Through this dialogue between creatives, the city, and the economy, relevant impulses arise. Ideas should come from wherever children experience their world – outside or at home, in play, in encounter, in doing things themselves – and wherever people are supported in shaping the city as a place for children. KINDER, KINDER! is seeking ideas with concepts, innovative technologies, and models as to how responsibility, commitment, and knowledge can be shared, and where fruitful cooperation can be encouraged – ensuring that children’s everyday life will enrich the city both now and in the future. www.wirtschaftsagentur.at

15.9.–14.10. Opening: Thu 14.9., 6pm–9pm in all participating galleries

Thu 5.10., 6.30pm Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

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CREATORS LAB: DESIGNING BUSINESS Vienna Business Agency / aws – austria wirtschaftsservice

DEPARTURE TOUR 1: ARCHITECTURE IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus / Marion Kuzmany (ARCH ON TOUR)

The CREATORS LAB motivates creative people to rethink their business models and aims at helping creative people from design and architecture to develop a direct exchange and sharing of experience with international design experts: studioBASAR combines architecture with social design in the urban environment. Ineke Hans works with her product and furniture design between the charged polarities of industrial and manual production. Jólan van der Wiel’s experimental design pursues multidisciplinary and collaborative strategies. In small groups, participants discuss their business models and current challenges with the international experts. Moreover, during a public talk, the CREATORS LAB presenters showcase their portfolios on 30.9. in the Festival Headquarters. The CREATORS LAB is a format of the Vienna Business Agency and is operated in cooperation with the aws – austria wirtschaftsservice. Sat 30.9., 12.45pm–6pm Limited number of participants Registration by 18.9. at www.wirtschaftsagentur.at VIENNA DESIGN OFFICE 1., Mahlerstraße 14/2 67

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In cooperation with the Vienna Business Agency, ARCH ON TOUR together with Markus Steinbichler (Gebietsbetreuung Stadterneuerung) leads the way in a versatile local tour through the southern part of the 15th district. The walk starts out at the Festival Headquarters South, a former branch of the Zentralsparkasse remodeled between 1970 and 1974 by Johann Georg Gsteu. The route moves in a northerly direction as far as the Meiselmarkt. It is rich in variation, showing new developments in urban construction and the architectural trends in this up-and-coming urban region. The tour seeks out redevelopment properties, also co-working spaces in a former steel storage facility, intelligent open space design, smart interiors of new restaurants, and surprises with impressive urban perspectives. These include the overwhelming view from the Rustensteg – the old footbridge across the Western Railway tracks – all the way to the Gloriette. Tue 3.10., 4pm–6pm Free admission Maximum of 25 persons Registration at departure@wirtschaftsagentur.at

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DEPARTURE TOUR 2: LOCAL PRODUCTION IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus

DEPARTURE TOUR 3: DESIGN IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus

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Spotted: three locals. During the departure Tour LOCAL PRODUCTION IN FOCUS, participants visit business enterprises in the Focus District of Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus. Here, they are given an inside view of the manufacturing concerns and businesses established there. Starting with the design label URBAN TOOL, which is also partly responsible for the revival of Reindorfgasse, the tour goes on to include Ünique Skis, which makes customized skis in a beautiful brick building on Fünfhausgasse, and then on to the old-established Hornmanufaktur Petz, in which combs and brushes have been handmade since 1862. Incidentally, the latter is also taking part again in a Passionswege project this year. So there’s a lot to discover in the 15th – both in the southern and in the northern part. Wed 4.10., 11am–1.30pm Free admission Maximum of 20 persons Registration at departure@wirtschaftsagentur.at Start: URBAN TOOL 15., Reindorfgasse 29 66

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More and more design studios are relocating to the 15th urban district – firstly, because it’s near the center, secondly, because of the relatively reasonable rents. During this focus tour, participants take a look behind the scenes and get an inside view of everyday routine in the Viennese design studios of mischer’traxler studio, Vandasye, and Lichtwitz Leinfellner visuelle Kultur KG as well as NOUS, a firm promoting digital transformation in the museum sector and far beyond. Common to all is their great success on both the national and international stages. En route, the participants are informed about development and production processes, and shown the immense creative potential in Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus as a palpable and visual reality. Fri 6.10., 11am–2pm Free admission Maximum of 20 persons Registration at departure@wirtschaftsagentur.at Start: mischer’traxler studio 15., Sechshauser Straße 28/1 41


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DEPARTURE TALK 2: RAUMLABORBERLIN IN FOCUS The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus / Markus Bader (raumlaborberlin)

On the occasion of the CREATORS LAB, a format of the Vienna Business Agency in cooperation with the aws – austria wirtschaftsservice, three international designers present their studios: The product designer Ineke Hans, based in London and Amsterdam, engages in industrial and manual production. An exhibition in the Kunsthalle Wien is at present focusing on her work. Likewise from Amsterdam is Jólan van der Wiel, an experimental and trans-genre designer who among other things now and then makes magnetic shoes for the Icelandic musician Björk. He is also represented this year in the Passionswege format. Then there is the Romanian studioBASAR. Acting between the polarities of architecture and social design, its work deals with local urban culture in București. With: Alex Axinte, Cristi Borcan (studioBASAR), Ineke Hans (studio INEKEHANS), Jólan van der Wiel The CREATORS LAB directs its focus onto creative people and start-ups from the fields of design and architecture that wish to develop, strengthen, and professionalize their business model.

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Treptow-Köpenick meets Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus: Markus Bader from the Berlin studio raumlabor is a guest at the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. Besides being an adjudicator in the social design format Stadtarbeit, he is given the opportunity to talk in detail about the work of this architectural interest collective. raumlabor has been working since 1999 at the interface of architecture, urban planning, art, and intervention. Its work addresses such themes as space, city and urban construction as a cultural project. Within the special format departure in focus, which deals specifically with Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus and its circumstances, Markus Bader broaches on different issues of urban planning – and spans an arc from Berlin to Vienna. Tue 3.10., 6pm Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

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DEPARTURE TALK 3: DESIGN IN RUDOLFSHEIM The Vienna Business Agency presents departure in focus

ZERUNIANANDWEISZ (AT) with Wiener Silber Manufactur

The 15th is an upcoming Viennese urban district. While increasing numbers of young enterprises from design and architecture are setting up here, there are quite a few established concerns and agencies that are also based in Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus. Much that is new is cropping up, and has done in recent years, particularly in and around Reindorfgasse. It is probably partly the favorable rents, otherwise the proximity to the center, and excellent transport infrastructure that are causing people to be interested in the district. More and more restaurants are opening, and it seems that the district, which historically was even regarded as a high-class suburb, is slowly being kissed awake from its Briar Rose sleep and is being discovered, most of all by young people. With: NOUS, mischer’traxler studio, Kieran Fraser Landscape Design, Lichtwitz Leinfellner visuelle Kultur KG Moderation: Elisabeth Noever-Ginthör (Vienna Business Agency, Head of creative center departure) Wed 4.10., 6pm Festival Headquarters South on Sparkassaplatz 15., Sparkassaplatz 4

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Passionswege Presentation

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The history of the Wiener Silber Manufactur began in the year 1882. It is a success story informed by passion for the material. A story that for a hundred years has consisted of two equal parts: traditional Viennese crafts and contemporary design. Cooperative ventures with Austrian and international artists and designers – not least within the Passionswege – have produced impressive collections, parts of which belong to the design canon. Also specialized in traditional crafts are Nadja Zerunian and Peter Weisz, who since 2014 have been working with families in Transylvania for the ERSTE Foundation Roma Partnership, helping them to revive the arts and crafts that ensure their livelihood. Last year, zerunianandweisz delighted visitors at the VIENNA DESIGN WEEK with their narrative assemblages. They themselves, in turn, were delighted by Zizi Jeanmaire quite recently, one of the most successful ballerinas of the 1950s: Her grace and gorgeously quivering feather costume open the pages to a tongue-in-cheek story during the Passionswege 2017, told by zerunianandweisz and the Wiener Silber Manufactur. 29.9.–7.10., Mon–Fri 10am–7pm, Sat 10am–6pm, Sun closed Cocktail: Fri 29.9., 5pm–8.30pm Wiener Silber Manufactur 1., Spiegelgasse 14

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50 S  aint Charles Alimentary 6., Gumpendorfer Straße 33 www.saint-charles.eu

63 T  OUR 3 (Start) 1., Albertinaplatz www.viennadesignweek.at

38 M  AM Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art 1., Weihburggasse 26 www.galerie-mam.com

51 Schwendermarkt 15., Mariahilfer Straße 196 www.e-c-o-l.it

64 T  U Wien 4., Erzherzog-Johann-Platz 1 www.tuwien.ac.at

52 S  howroom Vienna Fabrics & Design 1., Schwarzenbergstraße 10 www.vienna-fabrics.at

65 U  niversity of Applied Arts Vienna 1., Stubenring 3 www.dieangewandte.at

53 SITZFLÄCHE 15., Schwendergasse 19 www.sitzflaeche.at

66 U  RBAN TOOL 15., Reindorfgasse 29 www.urbantool.com

54 S  pazio Pulpo 1., Sonnenfelsgasse 3/2/15 www.spaziopulpo.com

67 V  IENNA DESIGN OFFICE 1., Mahlerstraße 14/2 www.viennadesignweek.at

55 S  pirit Design 16., Hasnerstraße 123 www.spiritdesign.com

68 W  erkstadt15 15., Reindorfgasse 30 www.werkstadt15.wien

43 O  RF-Zentrum Wien 13., Würzburggasse 30 www.orf.at

56 S  TEININGER Showroom Wien 1., Schubertring 4 www.steininger-designers.at

69 W  iener Silber Manufactur 1., Spiegelgasse 14 www.wienersilbermanufactur.com

44 Petz Hornmanufaktur 15., Nobilegasse 13 www.petz-hornmanufaktur.at

57 S  tudio Riebenbauer 9., Währinger Straße 6–8/12 www.riebenbauer.net

45 P  olish Institute Vienna 1., Am Gestade 7 www.polnisches-institut.at

58 S  tudio Siegrun Appelt 7., Westbahnstraße 27–29/1/8a www.siegrunappelt.com

46 Q  WSTION Store Vienna 7., Zieglergasse 38 www.qwstion.com

59 S  warovski Kristallwelten Store Wien 1., Kärntner Straße 24 www.swarovski.com/wien

39 M  eșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ) Pop-up shop 8., Blindengasse 3 www.mbq.ro 40 M  ETRO Kinokulturhaus 1., Johannesgasse 4 www.filmarchiv.at 41 m  ischer’traxler studio 15., Sechshauser Straße 28/1 www.mischertraxler.com 42 NOUS 15., Ullmannstraße 35 www.nousdigital.net

47 R  ado Boutique Vienna 1., Kärntner Straße 18 www.rado.com 48 R  uby Marie Hotel & Bar 7., Kaiserstraße 2–4 www.ruby-hotels.com 49 R  omanian Cultural Institute Vienna 4., Argentinierstraße 39 www.rkiwien.at

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60 T  /abor 2., Taborstraße 51/3 www.facebook.com/dastabor

70 W  iener Stadthalle 15., Roland-Rainer-Platz 1 www.stadthalle.com 71 w  ildwood Pop-up-Store / Lavinia Hausner and Christian Lutz 15., Schweglerstraße 47–49 www.wildwood.at www.laviniahausner.com www.lutzchristian.com 72 Z  IMMER – Working in Concept 8., Piaristengasse 8 www.zimmer.co.at

61 T  echnical Museum Vienna 14., Mariahilfer Straße 212 www.technischesmuseum.at 62 T  ON Showroom 1., Rudolfsplatz 1 www.ton.eu

Addresses


Index A

Academy of Fine Arts Vienna p. 84, 105 Achermann, Beda  p. 84 Al-Masri-Gutternig, Nadja  p. 90 AllesWirdGut  p. 72 Ana Berlin Communications  p. 72 Appelt, Siegrun  p. 62, 98 ARCH ON TOUR  p. 109, 113 Arends, Max  p. 90 Artcurial  p. 72 Atelier Areti  p. 72 Atelier oï  p. 84 Attila KIM  p. 95 Austrian Filmdesigners Association  p. 110 aws – austria wirtschaftsservice  p. 113, 115 Axinte, Alex  p. 115

B

Bader, Markus p. 58, 115 Bader, Sibylle  p. 101 Barta, Ilsebill  p. 80 Bauer, Erwin K.  p. 60, 105 behan+thurm  p. 72 Bene  p. 72 BIG-GAME  p. 93 Bildrecht | Bildraum 01  p. 73 Blaha Büromöbel  p. 73 Blaschitz, Edith  p. 105 Blimlinger, Eva  p. 105 Blimlinger, Thomas  p. 107 Blöchl, Verena  p. 90 BMWFW  p. 73 Borcan, Cristi  p. 115 Brandl, Katharina  p. 94 Brauner, Alexa  p. 107 breadedEscalope  p. 99 buero bauer  p. 105 Burger, Veronika  p. 94

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BUY SOCIAL DESIGN p. 74 BWM Architekten  p. 109

C

chmara’rosinke p. 99 Ciccolella, Francesco  p. 61, 77 Clapton, Michele  p. 110 Colefax & Fowler  p. 109 Comploj, Robert  p. 78 Cornisteanu, Irina  p. 106

D

Danube University Krems p. 105 Dedar  p. 109 Dementia. Arts. Society. – D.A.S.  p. 75 design:mikimartinek  p. 75 Diaméter Collective  p. 96 die ProtoTypen  p. 82 Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten  p. 83, 109 Dillenburger, Benjamin  p. 84 Duller, Anita  p. 83 duller/stippl  p. 83 Dunkl, Jakob  p. 83

E

ECAL – University of Art and Design Lausanne p. 92, 106 ECÒL  p. 76 eematico  p. 88 Ehrmann, Alexander  p. 90 Eichinger, Gregor  p. 81 Eisenköck, Katharina  p. 83 Ernemann, Christian  p. 72 ETH Zurich  p. 84

F

Falter Verlag p. 105 Fedrigoni  p. 76

feinedinge* p. 77 feld72  p. 72 Felder Metall  p. 96 Fiebig, Elke  p. 101 Fischer, Werner  p. 84 Flag  p. 84 Forstner, Johannes  p. 111 Franz, Yvonne  p. 107 Fraser, Kieran  p. 83, 116

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Garstenauer, Rita p. 83 Gebietsbetreuung Stadterneuerung  p. 113 Geisler, Thomas  p. 106 Gerstbach, Ingrid  p. 73 Gigodesign  p. 77 Giovannoni, Stefano  p. 84 Glashütte Comploj  p. 78 Glein Manufakturmöbel aus Wien  p. 78 GOODGOODs  p. 74 Götzendorfer, Katharina-Anna  p. 90 Grand Ferdinand  p. 78 Grcic, Konstantin  p. 84 Grosen, Christian  p. 72 Grüner, Herbert  p. 106 Gsteu, Corona  p. 108 Gsteu, Johann Georg  p. 7, 25, 108, 109, 113 Guerilla Architects  p. 79 Guixé, Martí  p. 89 Gut, Marek  p. 87

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Häberli, Alfredo p. 84 Hackl, Veronika  p. 74 Hanisch, Uli  p. 110 Hans, Ineke  p. 84, 113, 115 Hansmeyer, Michael  p. 84 Hattinger, Theresa  p. 61 Hausner, Lavinia  p. 85


Hegenbart Kupferschmiede p. 88 Hegenbart, Roman  p. 88 Heider, Caroline  p. 73 Heimat Wien – Agentur für Veränderung  p. 79 Heine, Sabine  p. 98 Hg5  p. 80 Hofmobiliendepot · Imperial Furniture Collection  p. 80 Högl, Stefanie  p. 111 Hoke, Moya  p. 90 Hold, Anita  p. 94 Hollein, Lilli  p. 7, 54, 58, 81, 84 HOLODECK architects  p. 109 honey & bunny  p. 89 Hotel Altstadt Vienna  p. 81 Hrin, Ovidiu  p. 106 Hürner, Julia  p. 7, 54, 106

Lamée Rooftop p. 72 LAUFEN  p. 84 Lehner, Matthias  p. 88 Lichtwitz Leinfellner visuelle Kultur KG  p. 114, 116 Limbeck-Lilienau, Elisabeth  p. 101 Lithoz  p. 84 Lootsma, Bart  p. 84 Lotus Belle  p. 85 Loughnane, Cathal  p. 91 Ludovica + Roberto Palomba  p. 84 Lutz, Christian  p. 85, 111

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J. & L. Lobmeyr p. 57, 80, 81, 82 Jacobson-Cielecka, Agnieszka  p. 106 Jakubal, Jan  p. 98 Jesse, Emanuel  p. 61

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Kaegi, Christian Paul p. 92, 106 Kape Illustration  p. 61 Kaps, Florian  p. 71 Karak  p. 82 Kartak, Oliver  p. 107 Kemeter, Elisabeth  p. 94 Kerschbaumer, Guillane and Gwendolyn  p. 72 Kiedrowicz, Agata  p. 91 Kieran Fraser Landscape Design  p. 83, 116 Kitra  p. 61 Klasz, Walter  p. 102 Köberl, Stephan  p. 97 Kohlmaier  p. 80 kollektiv plus zwei  p. 111

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Krischanitz, Adolf p. 81 Kunsthalle Wien  p. 84, 115 Kuzmany, Marion  p. 109, 113

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magdas DESIGN p. 74 MAK  p. 57, 73, 85, 86, 87 MAM Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art  p. 87 MARCH GUT  p. 87 March, Christoph  p. 87 Martinek, Miki  p. 75 Massari, Sonia  p. 89 Megina, Maria  p. 83 Menschhorn, Sebastian  p. 80 meshit  p. 82 Meșteshukar ButiQ (MBQ)  p. 88 Metaphores  p. 109 Miesen, Linda  p. 90 mischer’traxler studio  p. 87, 89, 114, 116 Mohr Polster  p. 96 Mühlbacher, Eva  p. 71 Mutsch, Rainer  p. 93 Muuto  p. 72

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Nemetz, Roland p. 81 Neneciu, Maria  p. 106 Neumann+Steiner  p. 109 New Design University (NDU) St. Pölten  p. 89, 106

Nguyen, Toan p. 84 Noever-Ginthör, Elisabeth  p. 116 NOUS  p. 90, 114 NUT & FEDER  p. 74

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Oberhauser & Schedler Bau p. 96

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Pataki, Farkas p. 71 pavillon_35  p. 90 Petz Hornmanufaktur  p. 83, 114 Petz, Thomas  p. 83 Peugeot  p. 26, 91 Piva, Paolo  p. 103 Polish Institute Vienna  p. 91 Polytechnic University of Timișoara  p. 39, 52, 92 Popelka, Anna  p. 101 PPAG architects  p. 101

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querkraft architekten p. 72, 83 QWSTION Store  p. 92

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Rado p. 93 Rainer, Roland  p. 109, 111 Rampelotto, Patrick  p. 99 Rath, Andreas, Leonid, and Johannes  p. 81 raumlaborberlin  p. 58, 115 Reiter, Astrid  p. 111 Reiterer, Selina  p. 96, 97 Reitstätter, Luise  p. 90 Riedmüller, Paul  p. 61 Romana, Franziska  p. 61 Romanian Cultural Institute Vienna  p. 39, 95 Romanian Design Week  p. 39, 95, 106 Royal College of Art (RCA) London  p. 52, 96 RRRIOT Festival  p. 62, 94 Ruby Marie Hotel & Bar  p. 96 RWA_Architetti  p. 97


Sachs, Rolf p. 86 Saddo  p. 61 Saint Charles Apotheke  p. 90 Salzburg Museum  p. 90 Sarti, Francesca  p. 89 Schafhausen, Nicolaus  p. 84 Schillinger, Klemens  p. 99 Schloss Hollenegg for Design  p. 97 Schmidt, Lucretia  p. 80 Schnitzer, Georg  p. 104 Schober, Florian  p. 76 Schönberger, Günter  p. 73 School of Form Poznań  p. 91, 106 Schulze, Heidrun  p. 90 Schwarzmann, das Fenster  p. 96 Schwentenwein, Martin  p. 84 ScienceCenter-Netzwerk  p. 90 Seddon, Harriet  p. 85 Seyfried, Günter  p. 90 Sheen Organic Textiles  p. 83 SITZFLÄCHE  p. 98 SolCube  p. 85 Spazio Pulpo  p. 99 Spirit Design  p. 99 Stagno, Angelo  p. 97 Stavric, Milena  p. 76 Steinbichler, Markus  p. 113 Steiner-Scharfetter, Gabriela  p. 108 STEININGER  p. 99 Steininger, Martin  p. 99 Stippl, Hannah  p. 83 Stratford, Oliver  p. 84 Strolz Leuchten  p. 96 Studio Achermann  p. 84 studio INEKEHANS  p. 115 Studio Riebenbauer  p. 100 Studio Tactile  p. 90 studioBASAR  p. 113, 115 Sudjic, Deyan  p. 81, 84 SUPERSENSE  p. 71 Swarovski Kristallwelten Store Wien  p. 100 Synopsis Media  p. 106

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Tanner, Kurt p. 107 Technical Museum Vienna  p. 101 Tegelberg, Anneli  p. 101 Terrasse, Cosima  p. 74 TISCA  p. 101 Tischlerei Bereuter  p. 96 Tischlerei Pühringer  p. 87 TON  p. 102 Tooze, James  p. 106 Tòth, Barbara  p. 105 TRIALE Institute  p. 99 Trofin, Alexandra  p. 71, 106 TU Graz  p. 76 TU Wien  p. 99, 102

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Umgeher, Peter p. 104 undpartner  p. 102 Ünique Skis  p. 114 United Colours of Design  p. 103 University of Applied Arts Vienna  p. 90, 103, 105, 106, 107 URBAN TOOL  p. 114 Urquiola, Patricia  p. 84 USM  p. 103

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Valentinitsch Design p. 85 van der Wiel, Jólan  p. 82, 113, 115 Vandasye  p. 62, 104, 114 Vazelina, Sorina  p. 61 Veech X Veech  p. 72, 104 Viardot, Marc  p. 84 VIENNA BIENNALE  p. 86, 87 Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure  p. 37, 99, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116 Vienna Fabrics & Design  p. 109 Vienna Porcelain Manufactory Augarten  p. 57, 80 VIERZUEINS DESIGN  p. 111 Visotschnig, Andrea  p. 74 VÖF – Verband Österreichischer FilmausstatterInnen  p. 110

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Wagner, Georg p. 99 Wanderklasse  p. 101 Weissenberger, Kristin  p. 90 Weisz, Peter  p. 88, 116 Weitzer, Florian  p. 78 Wentzlaff, Nissen  p. 84 Werkraum Bregenzerwald  p. 52, 96, 106 Werkstadt15  p. 107 Widrich, Virgil  p. 62, 110 Wiener Silber Manufactur  p. 57, 116 Wiener Stadthalle  p. 109, 111 wildwood  p. 111 Wimmer, Albert  p. 107 Wirz, Peter  p. 84 Wolf, Ruffo  p. 97

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p. 95

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Zaichanka, Dasha p. 61 Zerbes, Jakob  p. 105 Zerunian, Nadja  p. 88, 116 zerunianandweisz  p. 72, 74, 88, 116 Zięta, Oskar  p. 93 25hours Hotel

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Team Director Lilli Hollein

Art Direction Christof Nardin

Head of Festival Production, Curator Julia Hürner

Graphic Design Pascal Magino, Jakob A. Brix, Milena Müller – Bueronardin, www.bueronardin.com

Project Management

Curator Studio Illustration Erwin K. Bauer – buero bauer, www.buerobauer.com

Debut, Festival Headquarters, Print Products, Sponsoring Alexandra-Maria Toth Program Partners, Talks, Sponsoring Gabriel Roland Stadtarbeit Nadia Brandstätter Festival Headquarters, Education Annika Strassmair Studio Illustration Julia Riesenberg Interns Katharina Mair, Daniel Wadl Head of PR and Marketing Ana Berlin Team PR and Marketing Dewi K. Kostial, Vanessa Lindenau, Gesa Valentini, Christoph Jelinek – Ana Berlin Communications, www.anaberlin.com

Editor Matthias K. Heschl – STUDIO 1f., www.studio1f.at Proofreading Andrea Janauschek-Raftl Translations Abigail Prohaska Production and Print Coordination Tina Haslinger Exhibition Design Robert Rüf, www.robertruef.com IT Support Florian Burmann Photo Documentation Kollektiv Fischka – Kramar with Gregor Buchhaus, Patrizia Gapp, Niko Havranek, Daniela Jakob, Paulus Jakob, Marcell Nimführ, Maria Noisternig, Petra Rautenstrauch, Christine Wurnig, www.fischka.com Portraits Katharina Gossow, www.katharinagossow.com Executive Board Thomas Geisler, Lilli Hollein, Doris Rothauer Auditors Marlies Kinzel, Andreas Bachleitner

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Thank You / Imprint We thank our sponsors! Our partners, sponsors, and other supporters are not only essential in terms of financing the festival, we experience this partnerships as a collaboration born on mutual respect and esteem, with great personal investment, motivation, and interest in contents and concepts. Therefore, at this point we wish to thank all who have contributed so much to the realization of the 2017 festival – first and foremost of course our principal partners, public partners, and general partners.

And a personal thank you goes to the following people for their role in realizing the 2017 festival: Andreas Bachleitner, Erwin K. Bauer, Rodolphe de Campos, Irina Cornisteanu, Mustafa El Nimr, Fearleaders Vienna, Viktor Fellner, Thomas Geisler, Corona Gsteu, Ovidiu Hrin, Markus Kajaba, Marlies Kinzel, Jutta Kleedorfer, Johann Krojer, mischer’traxler studio, Tanja Mölzer, Alexandra Panican, Ravi Roosblad, Doris Rothauer, Robert Schächter, Markus Steinbichler, Christian Strauss, Christopher Wurmdobler, and the Romanian Design Week team.

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