A vengeful doll from an Alpine folk tale was the imagined occupant of this colourful cabin-style home created by German designer Markus Benesch at Milan design week.
The maximalist Alpine Rising installation featured decorative Alpine-style furniture and multi-coloured wall coverings, all filled with references to life in the mountains.
Benesch developed the design after becoming fascinated by the fabled character of the “tuntschi” doll.
The exhibition featured Alpine-style furniture and multi-coloured wall coverings
According to the story, the tuntschi is fashioned out of wood, straw and cloth by herdsmen who spend the summer tending cattle on the mountain and crave female company.
The doll comes to life, yet the herdsmen
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