It seems to be that season again, our music trolley MSKYO got featured again in the Falter. Thank you Lisa Seidl for the nice interview. Even though Oskar did not cooperate we managed to get a nice image by Christian Wind.
A mini-castle that dates to 1400, filled with contemporary décor also featuring our anteler candles called les boies allumes on page 7 & 8. We made a special verison for the photoshoot in black, it will soon be available as a special edition to the standard range. Please download the pdf catalogue 2.6 mb for more information and prices. Mr. Staudinger, 33, a freelance art consultant, now presides over the 16-room house on the family’s 593-acre estate. “ever since then,” he said, “i had a vision of how this house could be.” as he imagines it, the mini-castle will someday be an art and design destination, many of its outbuildings turned into studios and galleries. For now, it remains a family home — but one filled with contemporary art and design. Some collectors who have seen the transformation, Mr. Staudinger said, have asked him not only to consult on their art collections, but to design their living spaces. Still, he doesn’t consider himself a designer. “it’s more about curating than decorating,” he said. “i like to challenge people’s senses.”
A version of this article appeared in print on may 12, 2011, on page d5 of the New York edition with the headline: Reimagining an Austrian Estate.
Our chandelier called MOD-U-LAR BEND-A-LIER which we presented at the Salone Di Mobile this year was featured on domus web, here is the link
The magazine Architectural Digest featured our lamp series called lightboots.
The light collection called Van Zipper can be seen in the publication called INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING DESIGN INDEX 2010.
Markus Helle (HIGHLIGHT) andHelmut M. Bien (LUMINAPOLIS) have made a fine selection of high qualitiy and innovative lighting design. The Avedition Verliag is the publisher of this book, and we are very honored to be part of the selection.
STYLE & PERSONALITY , in the July issue of Vogue Italia you can find a feature about our MSKYO, check out page 140 or dowload the article via our pres clippings. Thank you Roberto Croci for your support ; )
Love and design have more in common than one might think at first glance: they can both break old habits and shape new ways in our day-to-day lives, they can both be exhilarating, a true revelation, but also potentially disrupting, both individually and collectively, and they can both have the power to make us see the world in a new light. Love design explores the multifaceted relationship between design and the scope of emotions generally associated with the feeling called love, be it affection, desire, pleasure and romance, but also jealousy, distance, separation or pain. Over a hundred designers united here present a selection of new and usual products and special editions, in categories such as fine textile, sound wave jewelry, blushing lighting, erotic tableware, lover’s furniture and more surprising delights – all objects specifically designed to enhance (or distort) our pleasurable sense of togetherness in every possible and impossible way. The book love design will be released on the occasion of the love design exhibition running parallel to the Milan Furniture fair 2009, you can find our contribution on page 22.
384 PAGES HARDCOVER WITH JACKET ISBN 978-3-86654-051-4
TEXT IN ENGLISH, GERMAN, SPANISH, FRENCH, ITALIAN
Out now! A little feature about CLAASSEN & PARTNER and our denim sitting Ball in the March issue of Icon magazine. Icon is one of the world’s finest architecture and design magazines. Every month the most exciting architects and designers in the world are interviewed.
The collection of lightboots is featured in the beautiful book about recycled, reused and renewable objects. The publication by Dave Evans is distributed by the East Street Publications and is available in selected bookshops or via amazon. here are the details
- Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: Southbank Publishing (February 7, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1904915280
- ISBN-13: 978-1904915287