Vernissage Thursday 13.06.2019 at 6:00 p.m., Room 2.28, Hermetschloostrasse 70, 8048 Zürich
Opening hours Thursday, 20., 27.6 und 4.7.2019, 14.00-18.00 p.m. Friday, 14., 21., 28.6. und 5.7.2019, 14.00-18.00 p.m.
Kunstraum Luke presents a design exhibition displaying the development process of our vonschloo speakers and the wall-clock by Martin Fischer. You will get the rare chance of a look behind the scenes and experience the step by step development of a product.
Currently we are manufacturing the first series of the loudspeaker L242. Very soon we will be able
to ship the first units to our customers world wide. If you would like to order a speaker too,
don't hesistate to contact us.
In collaboration with swissbau, Design Prize Switzerland presents a curated selection of the Edition 2015/06: discover a multidisciplinary array of award-winning products, visionary ideas and research projects that inject innovation in the world of construction and living.
Economic and cultural relevance are our top priorities. The competition, which takes place every two years, is aimed at enhancing the significance of Swiss design. It awards prizes for outstanding achievements in all design disciplines relevant to industry. With the help of carefully planned activities and programmes, the nominated and prizewinning works are presented to the professional world and the general public, with the objective of anchoring the added value of design in industry and society.
Barely finished, the new loudspeaker designed by Swiss designstudio estragon, has convinced an international jury.
Thank to its puristic design, the innovative use of materials and the excellent sound the L242 loudspeaker was able to win recognition against 450 other entries. The award ceremony will take place on the 30. October 2015 in the Markthalle Langenthal. From this day on, all nominated and prize winning products will be shown in the Swiss Design Award exhibition.
The delivery of the chassis of SEAS Norway has arrived. Thus, the first pair of loudspeakers could be completed.
The crossover network is built, the chassis mounted and the housing securely bolted to the stand.
The result is incredible, both for the eyes as well as ears.
We are excited and pleased that every minute was worth effort.
After an exciting design phase and an intensive examination of proportion models,
we have formed in collaboration with the fiber cement professional Eternit Schweiz AG,
the first housing parts for the speaker. In a fascinating process, the housings are shaped exclusively by hand. We can expect to see the first set of speakers and listen to it hardly.