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FOR THE VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS

Descrip­ti­on

Toge­ther with Grau­licht Madame Mohr was invi­ted by the archi­tect office BUS to deve­lop and imple­ment fur­ni­tu­re for the out­si­de area of the new WU cam­pus Vien­na.

They crea­ted 30 squa­re metres of sea­ting made out of tex­ti­le con­cre­te. The flat area of the big table dis­sol­ves into waves towards the east, crea­ting a lar­ge amount of soft forms that invi­te peop­le to lie or sit on them, equal­ly sui­ta­ble for daydrea­ming or deba­ting.

The con­cre­te forms are made of con­cre­te can­vas and held up by a forest of steel stan­chions that mir­ror the beha­vi­or of the direc­tion and length of the above-lying sur­faces ther­e­by rein­for­cing the effect of dis­so­lu­ti­on.

 Credits:
Archi­tec­tu­re: Madame Mohr & Grau­licht

Madame Mohr

Madame Mohr
Madame Mohr is a crea­ti­ve collec­tive, con­sis­ting of archi­tec­ts, desi­gners and machi­nes that inves­ti­ga­tes ethics and aes­te­tics in all sca­les sin­ce 2009.

Apart from deve­lo­ping own pro­jec­ts we offer design ser­vices in para­metrics, fea­si­bi­li­ty stu­dies, pro­to­ty­p­ing and rea­li­za­ti­on as well as con­sul­ting ser­vices in ren­de­ring & ani­ma­ti­on and model buil­ding.

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