Design Month Graz 2013
Pop Up Stores
3 May to 2 June 2013 | 12.00 - 19.00
In front of designHalle (Lazarettgürtel 62)
19 May | 16.00 - Fashion Show by the Pop-Up Store fashion labels
6 May - 2 June 2013 | Paul Alltag, Modecontainer, PINESTONE furniture design, muchar upcycles
From 12 May | Mehr ist Mehr - netzwerkstricken (More is More - knitting network)
From 13 May | Product design from Innolab (FH Campus02)
From 20 May | WOLLWERKSTATTHERZSCHMERZ (woolwork instead of heartache) and "fashion and dirndl by elisabeth patz"
From 6 May the Pop Up Stores in front of designHalle will be run by local designers from Graz. But also designers Dörte Kaufmann and Ursula Kerner from Vienna will visit, presenting the project "more is more - knitting network"and staying in one of the stores from 12 to 20 May. People from Graz are called on to support the project, including the participants into an overall design process to cover the inside of the container with a knitted patchwork. The project starts on 12 May at noon - feel free to come and knit! (Please bring your wool and needles!)
The fashion container hosts Christian Kastner and his label Palo Alto who presents unique items for women and men. Fashion by gilgenbach and bags by gertrud can also be purchased, as well as jewellery by schmucklos, a young Styrian/Salzburg label creating individual pieces and constantly looking for new materials and techniques. Next door PINESTONE presents fine furniture design while "muchar upcycles" offers old renovated bikes for sale. (You can also bring your bike for a general overhaul!)
Paul Alltag - consisting of illustrators Paul Scherübl and Christian Alltag - present prints of their work show: prints and original works are available throughout Design Month. The artists are attending.
Jugend am Werk shows a selection of works from the Jugend am Werk - workshops, on 12 May "knitting network" will take over being followed by WOLLWERKSTATTHERZSCHMERZ from 20 May onwards.
Product designers of Innolab at the University Campus02 will also be present with works and prototypes.
Visitors of the exhibitions at designHalle should definitely take their time to saunter through this small shopping area and stop by the shops.