Dezeen promotion: Vienna Layout Week takes spot from 25 September to 4 October 2015, and will feature functions commissioned specifically for the display.

Chair by chmara.rosinke Chair by chmara.rosinke

Started out in 2007 and billed as Austria’s most significant design and style festival, Vienna Design and style Week aims to bridge the gap in between specialist layout and the common public.

Lamp by Christophe Machet at Vienna (hi)story Lamp by Christophe Machet at Vienna (hi)story

Both international and Austrian projects spanning a assortment of disciplines will be showcased, like graphics, goods, furniture and industrial layout.

Toiture by Christophe Machet at Vienna (hi)story Toiture by Christophe Machet at Vienna (hi)story

Exhibitions, workshops, talks and guided excursions are amongst the 150 occasions taking location across the 10-day period. Most of the activity will consider area at the Brotfabrik Wien – a 19th-century building that was as soon as Europe’s largest bread factory.

Marbleabilia by Lucia Massari Marbleabilia by Lucia Massari

Students of the New Design and style School have developed a assortment of adaptable furniture from reinterpreted retro objects for the festival.

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Italian designer Lucia Massari will be showcasing her venture Marbleabilia, that explores techniques of reusing marble waste by treating them in the identical way as the first decision material.

JellySeries filter by TaliaYStudio JellySeries filter by TaliaYStudio in collaboration with J. &amp L. Lobmeyr for Wien Proudc

An exhibition entitled Viennese (Hi)Stories will concentrate on the perform processes of designers from the fields of architecture, graphics and item design and style.


Christophe Machet will exhibit his Toiture surface constructed from discarded foam sandals, and a assortment of fully normal and biodegradable goods made totally out of sap, root, bark, shells and leaves.


Final 12 months, Hungarian designer Zsanett Szirmay exhibited a punched-card music box that turned cross-stitch patterns into musical scores and Vienna-based TaliaYStudio launched a assortment of pendant necklaces that can be utilised as camera filters.

Vienna Design Week will take location from the 25 September to four October 2015 at a variety of venues across the city. Uncover out more on the event’s website.



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