Cut me!

Cut me!

A free standing lamp with a latex, bondage shade.

A blade was tied to the shade, provoking the visitors to cut the skin and leave scars on the furniture. 

More scars were meant for more light.

The unique piece got lost before we could take a picture after the XXX design exhibition in Istanbul.

Maybe its time to build a second one.

Villa B1

The Villa in the city of Kuwait was in raw construction, when we took over.  We gave the house a “soul”, due to the owner. A great client.

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Kuzbari Aesthetics

Dr. Rafic Kuzbari is one of the best addresses, for plastic surgery and more. We planned and supervised the center at the Palais Tadesco with around 400m2.

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The center moved to a new place at the “Goldenes Quartier” and became triple the size. In the second project we were involved in the initial planning.

Al-Sayer Chalet

The Al-Sayer Chalets in Banider 267 Road hat to be replanned. It is a pitty, that we could not visit the finished project. Here are some studys.

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W A K / Biannual Photographic Exhibitions

We organize every spring and autumn an exhibition in the studios of the Wiener Amateurphotographen Klub. This club exist for more than a century.

The openings are still big fun.

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House P1

This is our first realized housing project. It is located in Stattegg near Graz and it is also aging beautiful.

Prince of Orient

October, 2008
Hofmobiliendepot, Vienna
sponsored by Turkish Embassy Vienna, Hofmobiliendepot Museum, Denizbank, Turkish Airlines

The Austrian Museum for the Imperial Furniture Collection invited maybe to curate an exhibition in its space, with the focus on the orientalism, to celebrate the Crownprince Rudolph year, who was an enthusiast in the Orient. Several installations reflecting the past, exhibited together with 15 most contemporary turkish designers’ seating units around one table.

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