With Carlo Clopath, Studio Ilio, Reto Crameri, Aita Bott, Dimitri Baehler and Kueng Caputo
Giovanna Lisignoli has collaborated with Contemporary Design Gallery Helmrinderknecht for Hello Today. The group exhibition unites a selection of current works by Swiss designers whose individual approaches reflect the year 2016. A focused view at the local stage and its internationally active protagonists in the mirror of vision, material, form and practice.
With works by:
Stéphanie Baechler, Dimitri Bähler, Erich Biehle, Jörg Boner, Carlo Clopath, Frédéric Dedelley, Christoph Hefti, Nicolas Le Moigne, Loris&Livia, Sebastian Marbacher, Arno Mathies
An exploration of cultural identity, design tradition, and exchange of knowledge that responded to the Biennale’s theme of ‘utopia by design’ through a series of experimental collaborations between Swiss design studios and specialist industrial manufacturers.
Anton Alvarez, Aita Bott, breadedEscalope, Martino Gamper,
Florian Hauswirth, Claire-Anne O’Brien
In occasion of the exhibition Neu/Vertraut – Alpine works and design in dialogue, breadedEscalope has been invited to use the Olympia Bob Run in St.Moritz to produce a series of five “Original Stools”.
Men Duri Arquint, Architect
Cordula Seger, Cultural Scientist
Aita Bott, Designer
Dario Cantoni, Editor in Chief, Bianco
Moderated by Susanna Koeberle, Design Journalist
A talk and discussion hosted and organised by Happen Project that reflects upon the relationship between local and ‘imported’ culture in the context of the Engadin’s destination.
Teilnehmer aus verschiedenen Disziplinen werden thematische Beiträge präsentieren sowie über das Verhältnis von lokaler und “importierter” Kultur im Engadin diskutieren.
In a workshop performance held on 9/10 February during the exhibition Neu/Vertraut – the Viennese design trio BreadedEscalope set their wood-bending machine in motion, creating a further exhibit: a used Stabelle was turned into Pipistrello (the bat).
For the Neu/Vertraut project, Happen istigated a collaboration between Loris&Livia and the local carpenter Beat Fried to produce a limited series of 25 large and 25 small Barnlights in ‘Arven’ wood (Swiss stone pine), a wood that is inherent to the Engadin culture.
Alpine works und design
The Neu/Vertraut project represents the interaction between local tradition and international design. The project takes residency in a former workshop in St. Moritz, which is transformed into a temporary exhibition space and a platform for exchange between regional culture and contemporary design.
A temporary stage and preview for the upcoming ‘Neu/Vertraut’ project.
With works by Anton Alvarez, Claire-Anna O’Brien, Daniel & Emma, Pia Wuestenbert, Martino Gamper, Florian Hauswirth, Gemma Holt and Loris & Livia.
The Exchange Series project was conceived as a festive dialogue
between shopkeepers and designers that manifested in the form of
8 small interventions into the landscape of one of East London’s
most diverse and creative neighbourhoods