The outcome of more than 20 years of creative work is shown on these pages. The output reaches from solutions for the advertsing industry to furniture design and finals in the architecture of houses. The portfolio is set up like a blog. This format enables to provide a look behind the scenes. Very often it’s the story behind which makes the whole thing appealing.
Thanks for watching. Christoph Wanzel
Das ist der Titel unter dem man suchen muss. Wird man fündig, stellt man fest dass Severin Corti uns wieder mal beehrt hat.
Das Ergebnis ist ein sehr freundlicher Artikel im RONDO, der Beilage des “DerStandard” vom 28. Oktober 2016.
Hintergründe über unser Leben werden da ausgeplaudert, aber was solls. Das Interior des Lokals ist in der Tat handgeschnitzt. Zumindest im übertragenen Sinne, denn tischlerisch ausgeführt hat es Ferdinand Krug von KRUG Design. Sehr feine Klinge, übrigens.
This is the place in Vienna which is ‘beyond’.
In order to get there you have to cross the river Danube.
In the past – when the old romans used to live here – they created this title for the place which wasn’t part of their empire anymore. Now it is in the middle of our city. And the city of Vienna is targeting to populate the areas across the river Danube more and more.
The Apartement of which I designed the interior is in a block planned by the architects Baumschlager Hutter Partners.
A decent architecture with impressive views from great terraces.
Artpiece, Digital Art, Print on Canvas.
Selection of furniture.
Here is the story. We got 4 months. We had a house which was crap. So we needed another house to live in. This other house was located in Zushi. And we had a deadline for leaving this house: 30th of June which was 6 weeks after moving in. 6 weeks to make our own house in SHIOIRI habitable.
The house is on a mountain. No roads, no trucks. Just human power. At a temperature of 30° centigrade average, humidity 95%. Weightloss within 3 weeks: 5kg.
After 6 weeks we moved into the kitchen, where we cooked (certainly), slept, lived, played, did the homework (Noah went to school), loved (not so much):