Tue, 09.09.2003–Sun, 26.10.2003
MAK DESIGN SPACE
After successful SCRIBOman presentations in Tokyo, Milan, London, and New York, the telephone table designed by Dejana Kabiljo
is now presented in the MAK DESIGN SPACE.
The paper table was developed for MAK DesignShowcases© in 2001 and has been included in the MAK DIP collection as a prototype.
Since then, it has toured a series of renowned design institutions and shows such as the IDÉE Gallery in Tokyo, the Dovetusai
Gallery in Milan, the Bargehouse in London, Designers Block, Sotheby's Contemporary Design Exhibition in London, and the Parsons
School of Design Gallery in New York.
The presentation will reveal what happened in the meantime and how the table can be used for drawing.
MAK Curator Heidemarie Caltik
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