Martin Mostböck

Designs for Eternit:
kolonna
twista
Career / education
1966 born in Vienna.
He studied Architecture at the University of Technology Vienna and received his Diploma in 1994.
Since 1994 he has been practicing with Coop Himmelb(l)au in the fields of architecture, design, construction and urban planning.
2001 founding Studio Martin Mostböck.
Martin Mostböck has taught Design Studio and was lecturer at the University of Technology/Vienna, Design Museum Holon/Tel Aviv and the University of Applied Arts/Vienna.
He has received many national and international Awards and nominations for his work. His work and designs have been shown in numerous exhibitions throughout Europe, Asia, Middle East, North America and Australia and it is also part of the some of the world’s most prestigious museum collections like the Museum of Arts and Design/New York, the Design Museum Holon/Tel Aviv and the Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art/Vienna.

Important works/projects
Architecture

Living Garden - J3B (2019)
Room with a View (2019)
The Rough One (2017)
House for a Winegrower (2016)
VI-Engineers Offices (2016)
My Cousins House (2010)
Thurner Fashion Concept Store (2005)

Design
Eklipse lamp (viabizzuno srl 2016)
Brenner (Auerberg 2017)
FLAXX chair (Moroso spa 2015)
Concept #4 (Riva 1920 spa, 2015)
Dark Side of the Moon (Vorwerk 2009)
Garcia chair (Braun Lockenhaus 2001)

Distinctions
Architecture Award “Das beste Haus 2018” (Vienna 2018)
European Product Design Award (Brussels 2018)
Architizer A+ Award (New York/US 2014)
red dot Design Award (2005, 2006, 2014)
GREEN GOOD DESIGN AWARD (Chicago/US 2011)
GOOD DESIGN AWARD (Chicago/US 2009)
International Design Award Baden-Württemberg (Essen 2006)
Adolf Loos Prize - Austrian State Prize for Design (Vienna 2005)
Collection of the Design Museum Holon/Tel Aviv
Collection of the Museum of Arts and Design/New York
Collection of the Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art/Vienna
Collection of the Imperial Furniture Collection/Vienna

www.martin-mostboeck.com