Design Views Vol. VI
chmara.rosinke. Out of the Workshop

28.06.2018 to 18.07.2018

The design duo chmara.rosinke presents furniture and object designs at the Kunstgewerbemuseum that are closely tied to their own workshop. The pieces shown are uncommissioned works that were primarily created for exhibitions. Their designs are characterised by simplicity, ecological awareness and a poetic language of form that associates the objects with archetypes. The artists deliberately combine various aspects – tactility, odour, acoustics – and inquire about how much simplicity, sensuality and humour an object needs. The studio’s projects are always located within the context of design, art and architecture, reflecting their functional as well as sociocultural facets.

Ania Rosinke and Maciej Chmara studied interior design, space & design strategies and architecture in Gdańsk, Linz and Vienna. They founded the chmara.rosinke office in Vienna in 2012 and now also work in Berlin.

Design Views is a new exhibition series featured by the Kunstgewerbemuseum and the Internationales Design Zentrum Berlin.

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