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An exhibition of Austrian design was presented at the Rotonda della Besana in Milan earlier this month by Advantage Austria.
Sixty-one participants showed 74 exhibits designed or produced in Austria for the exhibition's fifth edition.
Architects Vasku&Klug designed the exhibition, titled Confession of Design, in a former church to the east of central Milan.
The studio's simple white stands shaped like pews slotted between the giant columns and along the walls of the eighteenth-century building.
"This exhibition sees itself as a search for potential heirlooms of future generations," said Andreas Klug from Vasku&Klug.
Projects on display included a series of prototype high-tech "holdable" devices designed as a satirical take on wearable technology by taliaYstudio.
The exhibition took place during Milan's design week from 8 to 13 April.