Simon Gehrings research project »regrowth — adaption« investigates the connection between algorithmic design and leftover materials from the wood industry. Using digital manufacturing methods, branches are processed in a minimally invasive way. The strengths of computational tools are strategically applied in order to the use of leftover materials and emerge as new design qualities in two furniture designs.
Conceptualized and designed with Justus Heuschele.

regrowth

Simon Gehring

2021

Book

145 × 215 mm

194 pages

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»On the way to work with…« is a series of video interviews, in which Silvio Rebholz accompanied six outstanding cultural professionals on the way to work. For each interview, Silvio designed a vehicle or a camera construction adjusted to the guests‘ way of commuting. These bespoke objects are designed to create a surprising interview situation and to serve as a camera set-up to capture the conversation on the go without a big film crew. In this intimate atmosphere, Silvio forces himself and the guests into situations where they have to trust each other to overcome a classically staged interview setting.
Type by Malte Bentzen.

On the way to work with...

Silvio Rebholz

2021

Graphic animations

The basis for the group exhibition »On the Quiet« at the gallery »Fruchthalle« is a package that is filled with art and sent from one exhibition venue to another. Everything needed for the exhibition is preserved in the package. The publication takes up the concept, the cover is sealed with an adhesive strip, similar to a shipping envelope, and protects the booklet. The publication can be stamped and shipped directly and does not need further packaging.
Conceptualized and designed with Matter Of.

On the Quiet

Gallery Fruchthalle

2021

Publication

180 × 260 mm

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The »AVV«, the alternative directory of the Goethe University Frankfurt, presents the autonomous tutorials as well as student events and reading groups that are offered by students for students during the semester.
Design with Matter Of.

AVV

Goethe University Frankfurt

2021

Poster and animations

Silvio Rebholz is a German designer currently residing in Lausanne, Switzerland. In his practice, he tries to take strange ideas seriously and develop them in a rational way – always to find sensitive and charming answers to the constraints of everyday life. Passionate about the social interactions objects provoke, he enjoys to pursue design projects which bring viridity to users.The catalogue containing a selection of his works was produced in close collaboration.

Selected Works

Silvio Rebholz

2021

Cataloque

175 × 240 mm

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The Chair of Urban Design at Stuttgart State Academy of Arts, led by Prof. Fabienne Hoelzel, investigates contemporary urbanisation processes and how (strategic) urban design approaches can respond in meaningful, productive, and future-oriented way. Announcement posters for various seminars and lectures like the landscape seminar »Soil your hands«, the design theory seminar »Notions of the Urban« which deals with urban agglomeration, transformation and horizontal city growth or the project »Stadtregion in Transformation — Mühlenareal Schorndorf« which aims to design future perspectives together with potential users. In collaboration with Malena Kronschnabl.

various

Entwerfen und Städtebau

2019/2020

Poster

594 × 841 mm

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For the exhibition and publication »Contemporanea 2020/1973«, artists from the class of Prof. Ellenrieder and art scholars at the Braunschweig University of Art examined the exhibition context of the 1970s. This resulted in an actualization of the thematic survey exhibition »Contemporanea« (Rome, 1973), which questions the relationship between art and the present then and now and reflects on the changes in concepts of art theory and curatorial concepts. Initiated by Maria Bremer and Wolfgang Ellenrieder, the project views itself as an art-based and open-ended approach to the field of exhibition history.
Students from the class of Prof. Wolfgang Ellenrieder at the Braunschweig University of Art negotiate the redefinition of the topic in the sense of a simultaneity to social phenomena and show group work in the two-part exhibition project in the TURBA Gallery Hanover and in the fructa space Munich.

Contemporanea 2020/1973

Maria Bremer, Wolfgang Ellenrieder

2021

Cataloque, Exhibition Poster

175 × 235 mm
122 pages

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This year the annual lecture series »Jour Fixe« took place under the title »transform«. On three dates, it focussed on the current culture of reuse and transformation. Questions of responsibility in the construction sector, the political interface in architectural practice and the enablement of sustainable transformation were discussed.

transform

ABK Stuttgart

2021

Identity, Social Media Applications, Animation

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»Latent« is a publication based on a series of photographs dealing with materiality, transparency, light and shadow combined with short poems.

Latent

self initiated

2020

Book

125 × 190mm

68 pages, Edition of 12

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The project »Denken Sie Groß—Utopias of Chance for the 21st century to save our earth« deals with the question what architects can contribute to the turning point of the 21st century and will deal with contemporary philosophical works and ongoing debates in the fields of climate, economy and migration.
The digital studio »denken sie klein« builds on the previous project. This time it deals with with architectural and social reactions to the renaissance of the theory of evolution. »Denken Sie Jetzt« deals with the relationship between communication, infrastructure and networking of human, animal and plant life and discusses the »new geo-social question of the 21st century«.
In collaboration with Oliver Häusle.

Denken Sie Groß
Denken sie Klein
Denken Sie Jetzt

The Baukunst Studio

2020/2021

Poster

420 × 594 mm

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The catalogue for artist Emil Schiegnitz contains a selection of his works from 2018—2020 combined with an image cosmos of memory linked in rhizome-like structures which enables access to a visualized memory loop in the image carrier.

Rhizome Access Memory

Emil Schiegnitz

2020

Cataloque
Exhibition Flyer

200 × 267 mm

56 pages
Edition of 20

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Burkhardt Muck is a self-employed Master Carpenter. His practice involves traditional handcraft techniques with the use of high quality materials for individual use to ensure sustainable works.
Localising hand-carved woodcut sign for the workshop realised together with sculptor Raoul Muck.

Schreinermeister
Burkhardt Muck

Master Carpenter
Burkhardt Muck

2020

Identity
Flamed Woodcut Sign

420 × 594 mm

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Selected Posterdesigns for several clients: The group exhibition »RITUAL« focuses on rituals of our everyday life. Three artists make use of time-based media and illustrate how new rituals come about and ultimately how changeable and vulnerable they are. Design with Matter Of.

The chair of housing and architecture design »The Baukunst Studio« at ABK Stuttgart is working on specific design tasks about current issues. Poster and folding program for the summer semester 2020 in collaboration with Oliver Häusle.
The science exhibition »Pretty Porous — Alles Porös« enables examples from biology, technology and the environment to provide insights into the world of porous media and shows how they can be implemented in technology and used to our advantage. Identity concept, Posters and Website in collaboration with Oliver Häusle, Pia Heer and Mike Razniewski.

Various

2018–2020

Poster

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»Reallabor Space Sharing« is a research initiative at the Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts that deals with the innovative use of space. The website contains all projects, publications and events and is designed to easily filter relevant content by selecting and reselecting given tags. spacesharing.info
The exhibition series »Sharing Brutalism« is focussed on the potentials of the reuse of existing buildings from the 1960s to 1980s in the area of Stuttgart. Each poster in this ongoing poster series shows one of the buildings in which the individual events take place. Collaboration with Valentin Alisch and Marius Rother.

Sharing Brutalism

Reallabor Space Sharing

2019/2020

Concept, Poster Series, Flyer,
Website, Development

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The work of conceptual artist Marilena Raufeisen is defined by an intensive analysis of her surroundings, both the tangible and the emotional: The development of projects and works is always shaped by the engagement with what is seen, what is experienced, the current situation and the environment. Interaction with others, reactions, discussions and situations influence the way she is, thinks and works. As part of Marilena Raufeisens diploma thesis at HBK Braunschweig, a catalogue containing a selection of her works and texts from 2015—2020 was produced in close collaboration. The works are shown on several individual double pages and can be brought together in a binder.
Collaboration with Marius Rother.

Artist Portfolio

Marilena Raufeisen

2020

Cataloque

215 × 297 mm

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Raoul Muck's works of art are usually made in manual crafting processes. Their form deals with the inevitability of material aspects in the context of the dematerialization of the current living and working environments. The objects want to reverberate with the viewer's physicality. They form up to questions about fundamental human needs. As carriers of ideologies, they point to concepts of living, mobility and the normativity of architecture and globalised transport programs.
The website not only serves as an archive for Raouls work but also gives a good overview of all his objects and exhibitions. Fully responsive for desktop and phone. raoulmuck.de

Artist Portfolio

Raoul Muck

2019

Concept, Website, Development

Announcement Poster for the final symposium of the first funding round of »Reallabor Space Sharing« at Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts. The aim of the project is to spatially combine the use of space in existing buildings with the needs of heterogeneous actors and thus to increase the efficiency of buildings in an urban context.
The »Space Sharing Report« acts as an experience report from two years of operating experience of the Space Sharing pilot project in the centre of Stuttgart. It serves as an insight into the knowledge gained about shared and multi-use premises. Other goals are to demonstrate the ecological, economic and social sustainability aspects as well as the architectural and (urban) spatial potential of space sharing and to make them transferable in the sense of a manual.
Collaboration with Marius Rother.

Space Sharing Symposium
Space Sharing Report

Reallabor Space Sharing

2018

Publication and Slipcase,
Announcement Poster

210 × 297 mm
700 × 1000 mm

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