Jan 30 Apr 30, 2021

Hans Hollein

Sculptures gonflables
Hans Hollein, Sculptures gonflables, 1967


Jan 30 Apr 30, 2021



Winner of the Pritzker Prize in 1985, Hans Hollein broke with modernist functionalism. In 1967 he proclaimed: "Everything is architecture", and his productions manifest this desire to eliminate the boundaries between interior and exterior. In a perspective of dematerialization of architecture, he designed a Mobile Office (1969), inflatable and transportable, allowing a total immersion in the environment. By diversifying his practices, from collage to design and from architecture to exhibition scenography, Hollein took the discipline outside its framework.