Design Collection

Colani GT designed by Luigi Colani

Colani GT
Colani GT

in front of Günther Domenig's Steinhaus

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Colani GT
Colani GT

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Günther Domenig 6.7.1934 – 15.6.2012
Günther Domenig 6.7.1934 – 15.6.2012

Günther Domenig (1934 – 2012) was a Professor of Architecture (Gebäudelehre & Wohnbau) at the Technical University of Graz, and owner of the Steinhaus at the Ossiacher See, Carinthia, one of Austria‘s famous architectural landmarks.

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Colani GT
Colani GT

in front of Günther Domenig's Steinhaus

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Luigi Colani designed the doorless roadster with a body made of plastic. It was delivered in 1962 for self-assembly on a Volkswagen chassis. Supposedly only 261 Colanis have been built. Linda Pelzmann's is an original, with 900 mm total height. The Porsche brake system from the 356 is responsible for slowing the car down. The combination of very direct steering with the extremely low weight class of 610 kg make for a highly agile and harmony to race car. The chrome 356-drop center rims underline the sports car flair from the 60-ies, just like the black bucket seats and the paint in the Gulf Racing Design.

 

Colani GT

Brand:                     VW/Colani

Type:                       Colani GT

Year:                       1975

Registration date:    12/1975

Original owner:         Dr. Linda Pelzmann

Carriage:                  Roadster

Mileage:                   36.134

Paintwork:                blue/orange   (Gulf Racing)

Interior fittings:         Synthetic leather / black

Cylinder:                   4 Boxer

Cubic capacity:        1584 ccm

Horsepower:            136 hp

Transmission:           4-gear

Registration cert.:     Austrian

 

Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid Wavy Back Sofa & Table
Zaha Hadid Wavy Back Sofa & Table

Zaha Hadid Wavy Back Sofa Limited Edition Nr. 3/7 & Table Limited Edition Nr. 2/7 Manufactured by Edra S.p.A., Perignano, Italy, 1986

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Zaha Hadid Wavy Back Sofa & Table
Zaha Hadid Wavy Back Sofa & Table

Zaha Hadid Wavy Back Sofa Limited Edition Nr. 3/7 & Table Limited Edition Nr. 2/7 Manufactured by Edra S.p.A., Perignano, Italy, 1986

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Crevasse
Crevasse

Sculpture ZH01 designed by Zaha Hadid, Manufactured by Alessi, stainless Steel 18/10, 2003

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Zaha Hadid Wavy Back Sofa & Table
Zaha Hadid Wavy Back Sofa & Table

Zaha Hadid Wavy Back Sofa Limited Edition Nr. 3/7 & Table Limited Edition Nr. 2/7 Manufactured by Edra S.p.A., Perignano, Italy, 1986

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Zaha Hadid 

Zaha Hadid consistently pushes the boundaries of architecture and urban design. She was honored with the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004 and the Stirling Prize in 2010 and 2011. Her buildings are characterized by powerful, curving forms of her elongated structures with multiple perspective points. Her central concerns involve a simultaneous engagement in practice, teaching and research. 

 

 

Santiago Calatrava

Daybed Espada, 1986
Daybed Espada, 1986

Manufatured by de Sede: DS 150, Architonic ID 1020422, Limited Edition signed and numbered Nr. 23

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Daybed Espada, 1986
Daybed Espada, 1986

Manufatured by de Sede: DS 150, Architonic ID 1020422, Limited Edition signed and numbered Nr. 23

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Daybed Espada, 1986
Daybed Espada, 1986

Manufatured by de Sede: DS 150, Architonic ID 1020422, Limited Edition signed and numbered Nr. 23

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Santiago Calatrava

Santiago Calatrava, born July 28, 1951, near Valencia, Spain, is widely known for his sculptural bridges and buildings. He gained a reputation for his ability to blend advanced engineering solutions with dramatic visual statements, in both bridges and buildings. Calatrava’s Alamillo Bridge (1987–92) instantly received international attention. 1986 he designed the unique Daybed Espada, reflecting his passion.