This rare book project was realized for the district museum Mariahilf. The time-consuming adventure began in 2017 with the first planning phases and was finally printed in spring 2019 with a print run of 500 copies. It was the biggest project in my career so far. 328 pages of content with over eight hundred locations had to be handled. The book’s eye-catcher is a folded plan at the end of the compendium. The plan can be extended on both sides to an A3 landscape format and consists of a historical plan of the district Mariahilf on plain paper and a current plan on transparent paper. So you can compare historical content with new and vice versa. We have used a three-spot color print to ensure maximum accuracy of color and text quality.
→ Client: Bezirksmuseum Mariahilf, Wien
→ Disciplines: Editorial Design, Map Design