In the ACFNY elevator after our opening panel. Andrea Lenardin with Bettina Zerza, Matias Del Campo, Herwig Baumgartner, Duks Koschitz, Peter Trummer and Stephen Philips. photo by Axel Schmitzberger. Resident Alien. Austrian Architects in America. Austrian Cultural Forum NY. September 25 2019 – February 17 2020
The Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design invites Andrea Lenardin to join the panel Bauhaus > LA > NOW as part of the ongoing series delirious LA, together with fellow Los Angeles practitioners Jessica Fleischmann, Yunhee Min, Heather Scott Peterson, Pae White, and moderator Tim Durfee. WUHO Gallery, Hollywood
The Austrian Consulate General invited Andrea Lenardin to contribute to the commemoration of its founding in Los Angeles half a century ago. Celebrating the community of Austrians who came here as well as the Angelenos who embraced them. For Event II, co-hosted by Red Bull , we ventured to the beach in Santa Monica for a volleyball tournament.
The new ⅛ was featured in Bulthaup’s series of Glass X Wine tastings during the 2019 International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York. Designed in collaboration with Peter Noever, a l m’s ‘take’ on the traditional Viennese house wine glass was produced by Stölzle, Germany – one for red and one for white – and presented with Austrian vintages selected by Astor Wines and bread by Ole and Steen. All proceeds from sales of the glass during the event were donated to World Central Kitchen.
The Austrian Consulate General invited Andrea Lenardin to contribute to the commemoration of its founding in Los Angeles half a century ago. Celebrating the community of Austrians who came here as well as the Angelenos who embraced them, the year-long 50th anniversary festivities were launched with a reception at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, the first location of the Consulate.
For Chef Daniele Uditi’s second restaurant in Southern California, Pizzana West Hollywood, our adaptive re-use of a former coffee shop doubled its size, creating a covered dining patio in a garden setting flooded with natural light. Here, we also introduced Giro – the a l m designed pizza “turntable”
Working closely with chef Marc Zimmerman to create the spatial environment for Ittoryu GOZU San Francisco, Andrea Lenardin traveled with the GOZU team to Japan to meet with purveyors and advise on the selection of tableware for the restaurant.
As creative director for Heartwork, Andrea Lenardin co-hosted Heartwork Perspectives 2 on the subject of Color at Heartwork’s NoMad showroom, featuring Heartwork CEO Karen John in conversation with curator Susan Brown (Cooper Hewitt Museum), founder Nathalie Ebel (Backdrop Home), partner Nina Etnier (Float Studio), and director Melissa Levin (Uniqlo Global Creative Lab)
On the initiative of Peter Noever and Andrea Lenardin, the international Jury composed of Gregor Eichinger (Vienna), Sandra Hofmeister (munich), Greg Lynn (Los Angeles), Irina Korobina (Moscow), and Dung Ngo (New York) selected projects by Thomas E Burns, Anton Defant, EOOS, Mark Mack, Kerstin Pfleger, and Mathieu Wellner as outstanding examples of design that engages cultural diversity and global challenge. Galerie Rauminhalt_Harald Bichler Vienna. design-declared.org
As global dining habits coalesce, we see an opportunity to rethink the traditional table setting. In a transatlantic collaboration with designer Stefan Diez, a l m developed a new line of tableware for German porcelain manufacturer Schönwald. SHIRO, a blank canvas for the chef, was launched at Ambiente in Frankfurt.
Thank you Edition Detail for inviting Andrea Lenardin to contribute to My Bauhaus – 100 Architects on the 100th Anniversary of a myth, with a piece focused on the legacy of the Bauhaus not only its influence on design thinking, but also its role as a cultural engine that engaged politics and social transformation. Edition Detail, Sandra Hofmeister.