Far from the common cliché of garden gnome aesthetics Kilian Schindler explores the peculiarities of german allotments. Doing so he composes
rarely 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 design of the hallstand is not unlike the trelliswork used for training garden plants, but in this case it is the tools, items of clothing and accessories that clutter up this powder-coated steel frame. The culmination of this assembly is a set of boxes made from different materials. Their purpose is to accommodate even the smallest of objects.