Although older than Bauhaus Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle has arguably never achieved the same popular acclaim as its fêted near neighbour.
Is however still in existence, and thus need not live on its laurels, but rather can continually develop its legacy through the efforts and ideas of its staff and students.
The 2017 annual summer exhibition provided insights into the contribution made, and being made, by the current crop……..
Such are the vagaries of the autumn/spring cycle in the global design exhibition industry, and it is an industry people,
As we noted in our post celebrating Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle’s 100th birthday, one of Paul Thiersch’s first initiatives upon
“I intend to run the institution such that in terms of craftsmanship the best possible is achieved, and to foster
As any fool know, Germany’s most important contribution to art, architecture and design education was established in Weimar in April
24 hours after Hella Jongerius crossed our paths at the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin Rundgang 2014, and 48 hours after finding
Those Milan Design Week visitors brave enough to venture north of Garibaldi Station, yes there is civilisation up there, will
Following our visits to the Bauhaus University Weimar, Fachhochschule Potsdam, Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee and Universität der Künste Berlin the final stage
Many of you will no doubt remember our summer tour 2010. We’ll it’s that time of year again. Our 2011
Although very short the (smow)summer tour 2010 was certainly worth the effort. Its always worth the effort to visit an
“Exhibition Opening on Friday 16. Juli Volkspark Halle” We admit we didn’t actually check what Burg Giebichenstein understand by “Exhibition
Name: Stephan Schulz Born: Schwerin, 1983 Alma mater: 2003-2009 Industrial Design, Burg Giebichenstein, Halle 2007-2008 Erasmus studies at the Design
Effortless and relaxed as this all seems, our reality is a life in constant motion as we move from one
Every month Jasper Morrison sends a photo to the Vitra Magazine. And every month Vitra publish it. Every month we
In the past few months we’ve had the privilege and misfortune of viewing several student showcases. These have ranged from
While the “big name” designers show their wares at the IMA Village, the future stars are grouped together as DMY:Youngsters