Design Berlin: New Projects for a Changing City

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Alexander von Vegesack, Vitra Design Museum
Vitra Design Museum, 2003 - Architecture - 76 pages
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"More than ten years after reunification, the creative scene in Berlin is characterized by a wealth of ideas, provocative and unconventional. Design Berlin! New Projects for a Changing City is an exhibition catalog, which introduces the most innovative young designers and architects based in Berlin. Among those presented are internationally recognized designers Werner Aisslinger and Vogt+Weizenegger, known for their work with industrial clients; as well as non-conformists ""realities united"" and ""die wunschforscher"", who mostly work independently on projects. Together, these contrasting and varied artists and their work, provide a lively and all-embracing insight into Berlin's creative scene, making it apparent why this city is one of the most vigorous and exciting places to be in the world today."

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