mischer'traxler: rumkugelbahn at MAK during vienna design week 2010
mischer'traxler: rumkugelbahn at MAK during vienna design week 2010 mischer'traxler: rumkugelbahn at MAK during vienna design week 2010
oct 09, 2010

mischer'traxler: rumkugelbahn at MAK during vienna design week 2010

thomas traxler images © designboom

‘rumkugelbahn’ is a ‘sweet’ installation by austrian-based studio mischer traxler (katharina mischer and thomas traxler) in the MAK museum store during vienna design week 2010.

little rum-chocolate balls on their way through the installation, touch, roll- and jump through and bump into various design objects from designers of past vienna design week editions. in the end one receives, as a little reward, the chocolate ball.

images © designboom

images © designboom

thomas traxler and katharina mischer building up the installation

video of the installation

mischer’traxler were participants in designboom’s handled with care ceramic exhibition in london, 2007. their ceramic badges are available at our designboom shop.

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