2016 "SMARTSLAB," Palazzo Clerici, Milan.
2015 "Pavillon de l’Esprit Nouveau," Swiss Institute, New York.
2015 "ROBOCHOP," CODE_n, Hannover.
2014 "BIG DATA," CODE_n, Hannover.
2012 "R18 ULTRA CHAIR PUBLIC BETA," Palazzo Clerici, Milan.
2012 "MULTITHREAD," Nilufar Gallery, Milan.
2010 "Hyperlinks," The Chicago Art Institute, Chicago.
2010 "OUTRACE," Trafalgar Square, London Design Festival.
2009 "THE DOUBLE CLUB," Fondazione Prada, London.
2009 "Just in: recent acquisitions from the collection," MOMA, New York.
2008 "VTOL: Vertical Takeoff and Landing," Lichtenstein Palace, Vienna.
2008 "Economies of Scale," Sotheby's, Vienna.
2008 "Flexibility," Ex-Carceri/Le Nuove, Turin.
2008 "VENDÔME," Design Miami/ Basel, Basel.
2007 "30-Year Anniversary show of the Permanent Collection," Centre Pompidou, Paris.
2006 "BREEDING TABLES," Tank Installation, Design Museum, London.
2005 "Jung & Deutsch," Goethe Institut Berlin and Tokyo.
2005 "La Raccolta," Spazio Krizia, Milan.
2004 "Content," Nationalgallerie Berlin, Germany.
2003 "Architecture, Media, Industrial Design for PRADA," Ospedale degli Innocenti, Florence.
2001 "Stealing Eyeballs," K/Haus & Museum in Progress, Vienna.
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Centre Pompidou, Paris
Fondazione Prada, Milan
La Triennale di Milano Design Museum, Milan
Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein
Various Private Collections
Energias de Portugal
Herzog & de Meuron
Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg
Various Private Clients
Clemens Weisshaar and Reed Kram’s work redefines cutting edge design. They have been referred to as “the vanguard of the next generation of digital designers” (FORM magazine) and “the poster boys of a new breed of designers” (International Herald Tribune). Their projects span from software development to process design, from product design to architecture. Weisshaar and Kram’s work focusses on the vanishing line between the digital and the physical, always remaining committed to “redesigning design” (Arch+ magazine).
Clemens Weisshaar (DE) was born in Munich. After an apprenticeship as a metal worker he studied product design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and the Royal College of Art in London and was an assistant to Konstantin Grcic for three years before founding his first office for design in 2000.
Born in the United States, Reed Kram (SE, US) now lives and works in Stockholm. He studied computer science and design at Duke University and MIT where he co-founded the Aesthetics and Computation Group led by John Maeda at the Media Lab. Kram won the Fulbright for Art & Design for the Netherlands in 1998 and started his first office for design in 1999.
Their work has been exhibited worldwide and can be found in the permanent collections of the Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Centre Pompidou, Paris.
For general inquiries
email to office "at" kramweisshaar.com
To apply to work at Kram/Weisshaar
email to work "at" kramweisshaar.com
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