In late 2014, Ingolstadt's museum MKK approached the department of design in Munich in order to create an exhibition for product design. Since the MKK is focussed on concrete art, but planned to open a secluded area for design, they looked for a proper introduction of their visitors into the field of design.
Over the course of six months, we planned and set up an exhibition, showing classic objects of product and furniture design and their change of value(s). Be it from a social, monetarian or emotional point of view, we encouraged the visitors to look at classics of design history from an other angle.
The exhibition was accompanied by a 100-page strong magazine about the change of values in design, which we produced as a byproduct of our conceptual process during that semester.