By rearranging and combining existing products, in her experiment Stapeln+Addieren the Berlin designer Hanna Krüger examines the potential of private and public collections for her own practice of design.
Last year she was awarded the 2013 Nespresso Design Scholarship for this project sketch during VIENNA DESIGN WEEK. This current
and first exhibition of the Krügers work led to an encounter with the MAKs online collection, and with the archives
of the Wiener Werkstätte in particular.MAK DESIGN LAB, Hoffmann, GeometricExhibition dates: 26 September 5 October 2014
Exhibition presentationdeparture/MAK d>nite
HANNA KRÜGER. [Die Sammlung]
a collective structure
Tue, 30.09.2014, 6.30 pm
MAK DESIGN LAB
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