Aisslinger’s design practice revolves around the question of how we will live and work tomorrow. In his first institutional exhibition the Berlin designer supplies experimental answers to the questions of how we will cook, communicate, rest, work and think tomorrow, or how we will treat older but still serviceable objects.
At the Haus am Waldsee, Berlin (21 April – 9 June 2013) Werner Aisslinger transformed the floors of the museum into two sections. On the ground floor, he showed new installations created specifically for the house. In five different living situations, the installations displayed how one can utilize the latest technical materials to achieve the goal of sustainability. On the upper floor, a retrospective of the designer’s work further explored this question.
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