Rainer Mutsch On Designing The Rado True Stratum

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Rainer Mutsch On Designing The Rado True Stratum

Postby koimaster » October 18th 2017, 8:45am

Rainer Mutsch embodies modern Vienna. He is an industrial designer creating minimalist designs atop an extremely busy street around the corner from the Belvedere Palace. In other words, it’s a mix of creative edge, traffic that could have put Jimi Hendrix in a songwriting mood, and Disneyland-for-real. Mutsch’s designs are often very material and tech-driven – he studied furniture design in Copenhagen, product design at the University of Arts Berlin, and industrial design at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. He's had his own design studio since 2008, with notable projects including modular outdoor furniture made of fiber-cement, as well as a variety of other projects in which structural and mechanical properties go hand-in-hand. With this focus, it makes sense that Rado (with its emphasis on materials-driven watch design) paid a visit to his studio in a 19th-century apartment building some 18 months ago – where I met him to talk about his design for the Rado True Stratum.

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Re: Rainer Mutsch On Designing The Rado True Stratum

Postby foghorn » October 18th 2017, 9:02am

I don't care mutsch for that design.
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