"Tapestry Loom System, 120cm wide"

I accepted the challenge to build a full working, disassembable, and adjustable tapestry loom system (for weaving carpets and similar things like that) and it was a very fun think to work on for me. Many neat details. All parts of the system are in massive oak-wood and clear-laquered.

Client: D.H.

Design, built: Andreas Radlinger

"hourglass, cylinder, cube"

Stools for photo shootings! I was happy to make these lil buggers for Karin Binder. I constructed them out of bended plywood, that´s wrapped around a supportive skeleton pine wood-structure. Afterwards Karin helped me with painting those boys and girls in three different colours of choice.

Client: ka.ma interior design e.U

Website: http://www.kamadesign.at/


For this lovely one, in the first place, I was asked to do a unicorn, for wearing it around the waist during a singing performance of Malika Fankha. I did some sketches and we decided to make a cyber-unicorn-horse-creature with a skeleton/robot/metal/AI vibe. Not a unicorn in the end, right?

Artist: Malika Fankha

Performace: OXY MORON

Link: http://www.malikafankha.com/

"iampaper" phonebook pillars, "iampaper" phonebook desk

Solid paper blocks, glued together over the edges like a book. Paperweight inside, waterproof sealed with boat lacquer, phonebooks, wood glue, recycling paper.

Artist: Andreas Radlinger 2016