Wolfang List

    Wolfgang List is a founding member of the architecture and design platform Mostlikely. He held workshops and lectures at the Escuela Taller de Bogotá, the New Design University in St. Pölten, the Vienna University of Technology and the Tongji University in Shanghai. He published the books most likely design, 4.3. – 23.3. Team Wien and Demolished Modified Endangered. Since 2016 Wolfgang List teaches and researches at the Institute of Construction and Design Principles at Graz University of Technology. He received a doctorate for his research Entwerfen mit Modellen – Untersuchung zur Relevanz Analoger Modelle für die Entwurfslehre in 2020.

     

    1978: Born in Vorau / Austria

    2009: Master of Science at Vienna University of Technology / Faculty of Architecture

    2008 – 2009: Interior and exhibition design at the Lomographische AG. Design and realisation of flagship stores at Seoul, Tokyo, New York and Shanghai. Exhibition design and realisation at the London Design Week and the Photokina at Cologne.

    2012: Co-founder of the design and architecture platform Mostlikely

    2014 – 2016: Tutor at Graz University of Technology / Institute of Construction and Design Principles

    2016 – 2020: University Assistant at Graz University of Technology / Institute of Construction and Design Principles

    2017 – 2108: Deputy Head of the Institute of Construction and Design Principles

    2020: Received a doctorate for his research Entwerfen mit Modellen – Untersuchung zur Relevanz Analoger Modelle für die Entwurfslehre

    2020: Senior Lecturer at Graz University of Technology / Institute of Construction and Design Principles

     

    Publications:

    List, Wolfgang: most likely design. How to design, produce and distribute an affordable product, Vienna 2015

    Petersson, Petra / List, Wolfgang (Ed.): 14.3. – 23.3. Team Wien, Graz 2017

    Petersson, Petra / List, Wolfgang (Ed.): Demolished Modified Endangered. Modelling Austrian architecture of the 20th century, Graz 2018

    List, Wolfgang: Entwerfen mit Modellen. Untersuchung zur Relevanz Analoger Modelle für die Entwurfslehre, Dissertation, Graz 2020

     

    Lectures:

    2013: Lecture at Graz University of Technology / Institute for Contemporary Art

    2014: Lecture at the Austrian – Israel Design Forum at the Design Museum Holon / Israel

    2014: Lecture at the Design Dialogue: Austria – South Africa in Cape Town / Joined exhibition

    2015: Lecture at the NÖ Kreativ Wirtschafts Kongress at the New Design University in St. Pölten / Austria

    2016: Lecture at the Crafted in Vienna Symposium

    2017: Lecture at Vienna University of Technology / Department of Spatial and Sustainable Design

    2019: Lecture at HDA – Haus der Architektur in Graz

    2019: Lecture at the 3. Doktorand_innen Symposium der Architekur at the Kunstuniversität Linz

    2020: Lecture at the Symposium of Tongji International Construction Festival organised by Tongji University / Shanghai

    2020: Lecture at the 10. Symposium Entwerfen und Forschen in Architektur und Landschaft organisied by the Leibniz University Hannover / Faculty of Architecture and Landscape

     

    Exhibitions:

    2012: Vienna Design Week / Of Donkeys and Basilisks – low tech prototyping and the process of design

    2013: Salone del Mobile in Milano / Austrian joined exhibition

    2013: Designmonat Graz

    2013: Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven / Austrian joined exhibition

    2014:Salone del Mobile at Milano / Austrian joined exhibition

    2014: Design Dialogue: Austria – South Africa in Cape Town / Joined exhibition

    2017: Vienna Biennale at Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Joined exhibition

    2017: Design Everyday – Design für den Gebrauch at the Vienna Design Week / Joined exhibition

    2018: Demolished Modified Endangered. Modelling Austrian Architecture of the 20th century at HDA – Haus der Architektur / Graz

    2019: Vienna Biennale at Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Joined Exhibition

     

    Workshops:

    2011: Workshop instructor at the Escuela Taller de Bogotá / Columbia

    2013: Workshop instructor at the New Design University in St. Pölten / Austria

    2014: Workshop instructor at Graz University of Technology / Institute for Contemporary Art

    2014: Workshop instructor at the New Design University in St. Pölten / Austria

    2015: Workshop instructor at the New Design University in St. Pölten / Austria

    2017: Workshop instructor at the New Design University in St. Pölten / Austria

    2017: Team leader of the TU Graz participants at the Tongji International Construction Festival / Shanghai

    2019: Team leader of the TU Graz participants at the Tongji International Construction Festival / Shanghai

     

    Awards:

    2012: Prix Découvertes at the Maison & Objet / Paris

    2013: Price for the Best Product at the Blickfang /Vienna

    2017: 2nd Price at the Tongji International Construction Festival / Shanghai

    2019: 1st Price at the Tongji International Construction Festival / Shanghai

    Maik Perfahl

      In 2012 Dipl.- Ing. MAIK PERFAHL (1976) founded his Multi-Media and Design office mostlikely and has ever since been working in the fields of Interior Design, Industrial Design, Innovation Strategies and Architecture.

      Within mostlikely, his work ranges from developing concepts, making visualizations, exhibitions and workshops up to the final production of objects and interiors while focusing on the dialogue between crafts and modern technologies like 3d printing, laser cutting or mixed realities .
      His work is defined by a holistic approach, mixed with a sensitive touch for detail and interaction. With his ongoing urge to re-invent, experiment and collaborate, he is able to find meaningful solutions for the fast changing demands of our time.
      Convinced that innovation is mostly driven by context, social interaction and knowledge transfer, he is inventing products like the „DIY Paper Lampshades“, co-founding the innovation hub „TRIALE“ with the Austrian Federal Forests as well as teaching at “die graphische“.