Far from the common cliché of garden gnome aesthetics Kilian Schindler explores the peculiarities of german allotments. Doing so he composesrarely or casually perceived aspects into products that affect the beholder in both familiar and strange ways at the same time. Extracting well-known elements from their usual context and rearranging them like a collage extends their means of use to private room scenarios.
The monoblock plastic garden chair common throughout the world is reduced to its contours. This industrially designed wrought ironwork therefore moves into the background and allows the eyes to focus on the cushions. A symbol of deceleration and cosiness.