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How is a chair, a lamp, or a typeface developed? How do designers approach the design process? What kind of cultural and social relevance does design have? The Museum für Gestaltung is launching the Design Studio as a place for active examination, where current and historical design themes can be discussed and tested by visitors themselves. By focusing on processes, the museum presents the contexts in design through exemplary models, projects, and designs, and illustrates the procedures in both design…Find out more »
No.9 ANTON BRUHIN: DEMONS The Swiss artist Anton Bruhin has created "demons" in a playful manner with the help of a strict grid. Abstract grimaces are displayed which, while they look grim, are at the same time quite funny and sympathetic. Anton Bruhin (* 1949) has been known as an artist, musician and poet since the late 1960s. As a visual artist, he moves in the tension between digital screen, sculpture and traditional painting. In 2014 he was awarded the…Find out more »
Sternschnäppchen 13 - place of happy gifts. Art and kitsch for amazement and shopping. Opening hours: Wed.-Sat. 5 pm-8pmFind out more »
Exhibition from 1.12.17-20.1.18 Anna-Maria Bauer Sketches, designs, models http://www.anna-mariabauer.ch and Franziska Schiratzki Paper objects, original prints http://www.schiratzki.ch Opening hours 24/7Find out more »
The exhibition of the master's theses of the fall semester 2017 is open to visit from December 8, 2017, at the ETH Hönggerberg.Find out more »
The exhibition miniatures and landscapes shows a series of large-scale models that try to miniaturize the architectural space or space systems. A university building, a residential block, a sports hall - each of these models was built in 1:50, 1:20 or 1:33 scale. A dynamic pole for the presence of the models is the photo projected onto the wall. These show photographs of rurality and urban landscapes. The models move through a series of landscapes. There are spaces and space…Find out more »
"Stille Nacht, schön gemacht oder dass Kunst auch mal ungezwängt rumhängt" December 16, 2017 - January 6, 2018 At the end of the year, we would like to once again make a big group exhibition. Monique Baumann, Christine Bänninger, Johanna Bossart, Maya Bringolf, Michael Calabrò, Andrea Ebener, Joëlle Flumet, Anne-Laure Franchette, Fructuoso / Wipf, Philipp Hänger, Dominik His, Janet Müller, Marlies Pekarek, Ona Sadowsky, Esther Schena , Jan Sebesta, Brett Weir, Saskia Widmer, Peti Wiskemann, Helena Wyss-Scheffler and of course…Find out more »