Recently, Wallpaper* Magazine visited VernissageTV in its new studio in Grenzach-Wyhlen near Basel, to have a look at Triath. The result is an article in the current print edition titled “Design Directory“, featuring The year’s best design, Fab prefab / Risom redux / Architects Directory / Maginot Line makeover / The W* House – and Triath!
The article (on page 150) is titled “Higher Ground: Austrian architects GernerGernerPlus go one step beyond with an unlikely addition to a 1930s German house”. It’s written by Sophie Lovell, the photography is by Michel Bonvin. Higher Ground provides you with an overview of the building’s architectural concept, tells you how it came all about, and gives you an insight into the design philosophy of GernerGernerPlus.
The current Wallpaper* July 2010 issue is on sale now around the world, you can also order it online.
On April 23, 2010, at the KKL Luzern, Switzerland, the “Award for Marketing + Architecture” will be awarded for the second time. The Prize awards buildings that both ideally represent a brand and create identity. It recognizes to the same extend the achievement of the building owners, the marketing / branding specialists and the architects.
onmedia ag closes deal with Art Channel concerning broadcasting of VernissageTV content via cableTV, IPTV and satellite networks. Video internet portal VernissageTV, focusing on art news, thereby increases technical reach by over 35m television homes. Press release.
VernissageTV is celebrating its 1000th episode! With a special screening online and at our new studio Triath. The screening will provide you with a retrospective view on the last year and a half of VernissageTV. So if you are in Basel, join us and celebrate from January 23 – 25, 2009
On Monday, the 19th January, VernissageTV published its 1000th video, a coverage of the opening of The World of Madelon Vriesendorp at the Swiss Architecture Museum. To celebrate this anniversary, VernissageTV invites to a special screening online and at its new studio Triath in Grenzach-Wyhlen near Basel.
The screening will show all videos that have been published, starting with the very first one, Zaha Hadid Architecture at the Swiss Architecture Museum. With an average duration of each episode of 5 minutes, the screening will run 3 days. The show will start on Friday, February 6, 2009 at 10 am (CET/MEZ) and run until Monday, February 9, 2009.
The screening will take place at VernissageTV’s new studio Triath and online on VernissageTV’s website www.vernissage.tv. At the studio there will be a reception for invited guests on Saturday, February 7, 2009, 8pm.