Client: Josef & Anni Albers Foundation
Build Cost: $850,000
Collaborators: Hunter Smith
Trunck was conceived as an open storage and display space for showcasing original and reproduction design works by Bauhaus era artists, Josef and Anni Albers. The buildings inventory was complex and varied and included furniture, stained glass windows, books, catalogues, models, prints, paintings, tapestries and merchandising material. The 3000sqf project was realised through direct labour with a net zero energy focus.
I am thrilled to have ‘Trunck’ featured in the October edition of Wallpaper. Auto-correct seems to prefer Oliver to Eoghan Hoare but beyond that, the article is great. Thank you Wallpaper.