V+W Design Matrix

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Hatje Cantz, 2006 - Design - 240 pages
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The young Berlin designers Oliver Vogt and Hermann Weizenegger already enjoy international renown--prototypes of their furniture have made their way to museums including the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Beyond their original products and projects, Vogt & Weizenegger have also started an extraordinarily exciting dialogue on theory. Their ideas led to the highly respected project "DIM--The Imaginary Factory," a collaboration with a Berlin workshop for the blind. "Design Matrix" documents a new project for a wider audience, the transformation of a museum, MARTa Herford, into a laboratory where design can be experienced and understood in all of its dimensions, from production to presentation to practical application and consumption. Georg-Christof Bertsch has said that "one of V+W's most pressing motifs is the integration of lots of people in a continuous game which is such fun that no one wants to leave," and "Design Matrix" does just that.

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