Hacking Urban Furniture

Hacking Urban Furniture


Bus stops, city toilets, benches, trash cans, infoboards …

Urban furniture in combination with outdoor advertising has had a defining influence on the public space of metropolises for more than 30 years. The project HACKING URBAN FURNITURE investigates the history, present and future of urban furniture in collaboration with artists, urban explorers, administrators, politicians, activists and researchers, in order to open up new horizons for the spatial public service design in the city.

With contributions by

Matthias Einhoff, KUNSTrePUBLIK, Sabine Knierbein, Joanne Pouzenc, Mary Dellenbaugh, Martin Binder, Konrad Braun, Peter Payer, Christian Hasucha, Open Berlin, Mobasher Niqui, Markus Ambach, Fred Dewey, Laura Sobral, Umschichten, Anton Valkovsky, Sonder, Raumlabor, Benoit Maubray

ZK/U Press

Editor: Miodrag Kuč
Editorial Advisor: Matthias Einhoff
Copy Editor: Benjamin Cope
Translation: Lianne Mol
Design, Layout and Illustration: Benn Zorn | aufsiemitgebrüll

HUF Curatorial Team:  Matthias Einhoff, Miodrag Kuč, Philip Horst, Harry Sachs

257 Seiten
Sofcover / Banderole


25.00 €
(incl. VAT plus shipping)
Type: Book
Publisher: ZK/U Press