THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing.

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

THE ARCHIVE & THE RUMPELKAMMER

Client: Schloss Hollenegg for Design
Curator: Alice Stori Liechtenstein
Photography: Federico Floriani
Date: May 2016

The past is for preserving, the present for living and the future for endowing. 

The Archive and the Rumpelkammer is an interior installation for showcasing the vast and varied treasures of Schloss Hollenegg. It is born of the desire to visualise the complex and layered history of the castle and its inhabitants. It offers two ways of presenting content in an attempt to portray an abstract time line through tangible objects.

The Archive is an organised and chronological area for displaying things, that has a clear time hierarchy and defined sections to present objects as historical artefacts. The Rumpelkammer is a continuum of the Archive that is eclectic, chaotic and fluid. Here old and new things come together in juxtaposed settings, where the objects come into their own in a more usable way. Altogether a more liveable space, to relax and read a book in, surrounded by a family of things, old and new.