DIY Service Wagon by Ania Rosinke and Maciej Chmara
by Harry / October 26, 2013


Ania Rosinke and Maciej Chmara have created a vertical kitchen, a contemporary re-interpretation of the 1941 Service-wagon design by German architect and functionalist designer Ferdinand Kramer.



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The DIY Service Wagon was realized for the 'Nomadic furniture 3.0. New Liberated Living?' exhibition at the Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art (MAK) in Vienna.


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"The exhibition takes its title from the handbooks Nomadic Furniture 1 and 2, authored in 1973/1974 by James Hannessey and Victor Papanek, examined the history of the Do-it-yourself movement." says Rosinke and Chmara.


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"The vertical kitchen is a contemporary re-interpretation of the "Service-wagon" by Ferdinand Kramer from 1941."


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"In contrast to Kramers project we have ordered the functions vertically to improve the usability. This version is easier to move, turn and it fits in every elevator."


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