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  • ongoing
    exhibition

    MAK Design Lab at the Museum of applied Arts in Vienna. Within the permanent Design exhibition one can find a few of our projects like 'the idea of a tree', 'limited moths' or 'LeveL.

    MAK Design Lab

  • 15.September 2023 - 21. July 2024
    exhibition

    HEIMATEN. An exhibition and survey and an attempt to break with conventional takes on Heimat. the exhibition was shown at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MK&G) in 2022. Our specially commissioned piece 'riparian cloud' is now also on show in Molfsee.

    Freilichtmuseum Molfsee

LeveL II at Rosewood Vienna

a delicate light mobile, gracefully filling an atrium

  • year 2022

  • categories Kinetic & Interactive Installations
    Products & Furniture

  • commissioned by

    Rosewood Vienna

  • curated by

    Atelier 27

Since June 2022, LeveL II as a room-filling installation, is hanging in the grand foyer of Rosewood Vienna, welcoming hotel guests with its artistic presence. Designed specifically to complement the atrium, the piece is composed of 28 rods, making it the largest permanently installed version of Level II to date. The installation is crafted primarily from lightweight materials, including carbon and Japanese paper, allowing it to hang gracefully from the stunning glass ceiling. As it delicately moves, it brings a sense of volume and light to this elegant space.

image above by Dariusz Jasak

placed above the seating,
the installation stimulates with gentle movements and discrete illumination the entire room.

LeveL II as a central point for the space
photo credit: Dariusz Jasak

detail of the installation's light shades
photo credit: Dariusz Jasak

LeveL II complementing the space's atmosphere
photo credit: Dariusz Jasak

LeveL II at Rosewood, 3D drawing, for better understanding of the space

LeveL II - Rosewood, test setup in our studio

  • material

    carbon fibre rods, copper, metal, POM, cable, Japanese screen paper, electric components, custom made circuit boards

  • dimensions

    29 rods: approx. 400 x 400 x 400 cm

     

     

  • electrotechnical development

    Simon Laburda (DKIA)

  • team

    Katharina Mischer, Thomas Traxler, Florian Semlitsch, Sophia Stoewer, Julia Habarda