// arthitectural / Austria
  • The architects’ studio heri&salli designed the VIENNESE GUEST ROOM for the Gegenbauer Vinegar Brewery in Vienna. They created guest rooms in 5 small apartments in a Viennese apartment building, with the bare minimum of intervention. The main and practically the sole piece of furniture is the socalled VIENNESE GUEST BED. Piled up squared timbers create […]


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  • Stephan Vary’s Vienna-based design studio, LABVERT, has been collaborating with the international fashion and cosmetics company, Dior, for several years. Thus, LABVERT accounts for the redesign of the product presentation and the interior of Dior Cosmetics’ showrooms worldwide. The most recent result of this long creative collaboration is a fragrance tester made out of glass […]


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The quattro Festkogl Alm, located in the Obergurgl-Hochgurgl skiing region, opened in December 2013 as a partnership between AUDI AG and Obergurgl-Hochgurgl Ski Lift Company (Liftgesellschaft Obergurgl-Hochgurgl). The project focused on quattro, Audi’s all-wheel-drive technology, and integrated the technology into a lasting “quattro experience” for all visitors to the Alm. The Obergurgl-Hochgurgl skiing area is […]


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Pestrin, suspension lamp whose name derives from the Venetian dialect indicating the place where milk used to be distributed. The shape of the lamp remembers in fact the container used to carry the milk from the “pestrin” back to the house. The use of porcelain and wood takes back to ancient traditions that melt with […]


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