“Have you ever met a robot?” asks the Vitra Design Museum.
The answer is yes.
The answers to the other 13 questions posed by the exhibition Hello, Robot. Design between Human and Machine are not necessarily so easily answered: but are important for defining our relationship with digital technology.
O hushed October morning mild, Thy leaves have ripened to the fall; Tomorrow’s wind, if it be wild* You’d be
Such are the vagaries of the autumn/spring cycle in the global design exhibition industry, and it is an industry people,
If the (hi)story of 20th century architecture and design is unimaginable without the contribution made by Austria/Hungary/Austria-Hungary; then the contribution
Inaugurated in July 212 BC* the Ludi Apollinares were Roman games staged in honour of Apollo and featuring a mix
December can be a trying month: always having to think of others; always having to patronise bars and restaurants you’ve
March is a month for caution. Yes, the sun shines. Yes, the days are getting longer Yes, one can smell
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Following on from the relative inactivity of August September saw us wind back up towards the 2014 autumn design festival
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One of the advantages of having been running our “5 New Design Exhibitions” series for over a year is that
As long as we’ve been going to Vienna Design Week the festival has always included a focus on social responsibility.
At an otherwise disappointing presentation of projects by students from the TU Graz Institute of Spatial Design during Vienna Design
Ask most people what they identify as the central feature in the work of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí and they’ll
For some 200 years Wiener Silber Manufactur have produced the finest silverware. Exquisite cutlery, table services, coffee pots and sugar
In context of a 2014 summer semester project students from Vienna Technical University’s Department for 3D Design and Model Construction
We’re spending an awful lot of time at Vienna Design Week 2014 photographing mirrors. If we were at all competent
In context of Cape Town’s tenure as World Design Capital 2014 Franco-Austrian design and architecture studio Celia-Hannes spent six weeks
The last time we visited the premises of Vienna shoemaker Rudolf Scheer & Söhne it was for the presentation of
As we alluded to in our post from Vienna based design studio chmara.rosinke’s Passionswege 2013 project with Wäscheflott, we’ve not
“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers” exclaims Anne Shirley in Lucy Maud Montgomery’s 1908 novel
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In our post from the launch of the Tools for Life collection by Rem Koolhaas and OMA for Knoll during
Time was when the candlestick maker was an important profession. No candlestick. No light. Or at least no secure light.