Mostlikely has created many innovative projects with the Augarten Porcelain Manufactory
Using 3D computer models as inspiration
Mostlikely combines architecture, computer graphics, design, and sound design. Their innovative projects range from architectural projects, to videos, to music productions as the group pushes the boundaries between different types of artistic productions and seem to seamlessly blend into one another.
Mostlikely is a Viennese agency operated by five partners Wolfgang List, Kurt Mühlbauer, Maik Perfahl, Mark Neuner and Robert Black.
It was founded in 2012 by Maik Perfahl and Wolfgang List with a vision to create affordable and local deisgn products within the European Union.
As we partenered with them we had an opportunity to make nearly 300 years of porcelain tradition and savoir faire meet high tech 3D design. Inspired by DIY lampshades previously designed by Mostlikely two porcelain figurines were born: “Xavier”, the penguin, and “Isidor” the owl. With their edgy design structure, the figurines created the illusion of being made of folded paper, yet the 3D design structure was elaborately crafted in porcelain. In 2015 a similar cat box shape was added to the series making for a playful series.