Austrian architect and interior designer Hans Hollein (1934-2014) philosophical approach to consumption lead him to creating futuristic shops and displays. Inspired by 20th century art, pop, and surrealist references he worked with materials like aluminum and mirrors. Some of his works include; The Retti candle shop and Hollein Schullin jewelry shop in Vienna, Richard L. Feigen gallery in New York, Abgineh Museum in Tehran.
‘Austrienale’, 14th Triennale di Milano, 1968.
Entry to Richard L. Feigen’s gallery in New York City.
Abteiberg Museum, 1972.
Abgineh Museum, 1977.
Facade detail of Hollein’s Schullin jewelry shop in Vienna, 1972.