We are very delighted that the MSKYO have been chosen to take a walk down the catwalk for the mens label Andrew Mackenzie.
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
As form now on there is a beautiful shop in Vienna that carries our range of products. Reni Neubauer and Keith Jaklitsch have created a wonderful environment after a long period of reconstruction and international shopping. You can find a mixture of brands ike Moooi, Smeg, Ralph Lauren Home. come on over!
STOLZENTHALERGASSE 6 AT-1080 WIEN
opening times thursday to saturday from11.00 – 20.00H
CLAASSEN &PARTNER will be showing 2 of our newly developed products the Mod-u-lar Bend-a-lier and a floor-standing lamp called crystal jet as part of the hidden heroes exhibit for the the 49th edition of the Salone Del Mobile in Milano. In a world where speed is essential and where everybody is constantly bombed with information and data, sometimes a young talent can lose its sense of direction and hide away from the noise. it becomes a hidden hero, full of potential & dreams. all it takes to reveal it to the world is to believe in it, and give it a chance. that’s exactly what a company like Moooi or an exhibition like hidden heroes does: they take pride and gain energy by scouting and supporting hidden talents. off course, it also takes a curious public to enjoy the outcome…so come by and let yourself be surprised by the new creations of Moooi & the new talents promoted by hidden heroes!enjoy this great opportunity for inspiration and renewal, see you there…
NHOW HOTEL via tortona 35, 20144 milano
13th of april: press preview from 15.00 to 19.00 hours
14-19 april: from 10.00 to 21.00 hours
cocktail 13/04 17-19pm, sponsored by wodka exquisite
The magazine Architectural Digest featured our lamp series called lightboots.
Urbantools was featured in the publication Designing Public- Perspectives for the Public was published with Birkhäuser. An old project but neverthesless stil relevant these days.
Perspektiven für die Öffentlichkeit
2008, 216 S. 105 Abb. in Farbe., Softcover
In cooperation with Sebastian Pils we designed the catalog for the exhibition of Fritz Schwarz-Waldegg hich was shown at the Jewish Museum Vienna in 2010. The book was published by the Bibliothek der Provinz and if you wanto see the exhibit here are the details on from 04.11.2009 – 25.04.2010 at PALAIS ESKELES DOROTHEERGASSE 11 1010 WIEN
Fritz Schwarz-Waldegg (1889-1942) is a typical representative of the dynamic Vienna art milieu between the wars. Cosmopolitanism and a lively interest in psychology were central themes of this era and the work of Schwarz-Waldegg. His oeuvre may be divided into three phases: an initial enthusiasm for Expressionism, followed by a classical phase strongly influenced by Paul Cézanne, and then in the 1930s historical and ethnological themes that were very much in keeping with the main cultural trends of that decade.