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