The souvenir plate does not only display an image of the Murinsel but reflects its architectural features through its unique patterns. After all, the Graz-based landmark, which was installed in the course of Capital of Culture in 2003, has been known for its extraordinary design language. That has now been included in designer Klaus Kempenaars’ ‘Graz Muster (patterns)’, which makes the plate a unique design object. The New York based designer with Dutch roots has already expressed his long relationship with Graz through various design projects, including his ‘Graz Muster (patterns)’.
A Bunch of Holes
The outdoor furniture ensemble consisting of a table and three stools is the result of the collaboration between fence construction specialists H+S Zauntechnik and designer Martin Mostböck.
Graz is getting parklet prototypes
In times of advancing climate change, a high quality of life in the city is becoming ever more relevant. By creating separate zones in the urban space – for example…
A Graz-related Luminaire
Creative Industries Styria has published an invited competition on behalf of Ecoworld LCL GmbH with the aim to develop a Graz-related streetlight, which can be produced in Styria and sold…
Design Transfer, designforum Steiermark
The exhibition “Showcase 2018” shows the results of the interesting as well as successful projects, which were implemented in the course of “CIS-Design Transfer”, the linking format of Creative Industries…
Parship for Creative Professionals
Partner exchange for a higher added value: How flirtations between creative people and companies become long-term partnerships with innovative output. And what is Creative Industries Styria’s (CIS) role as a…
Hollenegg Design Talks 2018
The Hollenegg Design Talks explore ways and options for how companies can deal with design and how design can be integrated into existing corporate strategies.