Tao vases

Tue 10 2006

tao-vases.jpgRed Dot Award 2005 – Awarded in the category Glass, ceramics, china

Design: Kap Sun Hwang

In the production of the Tao vase series, porcelain is processed in an unusual way: Three identical blue and white vases are produced in three sizes and diameters and are left to dry until they get as hard as leather.

genio-programme.jpgRed Dot Award 2005 – Awarded in the category Glass, ceramics, china

Design: Stefan Diez

The genio oven-to-table programme includes matching porcelain components made of Inovan, an innovative porcelain compound featuring a high degree of durability, resistance to temperature changes and a high heat storage capability.

free-spirit.jpgRed Dot Award 2005 – Awarded in the category Glass, ceramics, china

Design: Robin Platt

Free Spirit is a platform for a creative, modern and surprising presentation of food. The basic elements are the square-shaped and rectangular plates and platters of different sizes and depths; their organic visual language is emphasised by a particularly thin porcelain.

elixyr-porcelain-collection.jpgRed Dot Award 2005 – Awarded in the category Glass, ceramics, china

Design: Barbara Schmidt

A touch of luxury: Unusual and familiar features, symmetry and asymmetry, geometric and organic elements – an exclusive combi-nation which gives life to an except-ional feeling of harmony and well-being.

easy-lifestyle-collection.jpgRed Dot Award 2005 – Awarded in the category Glass, ceramics, china

Design: Hutschenreuther (Rosenthal Group)

Easy is an innovative collection consisting of a porcelain line with soft organic shapes and complementary accessories. The diverse product line meets demands for a flexible set-up: the single component parts offer various possibilities of combination and are available in small individual sets.

assam-pavina-and-canteen.jpgassam-pavina-canteen.jpgRed Dot Award 2005 – Awarded in the category Glass, ceramics, china

Design: Bodum Design Group

The double-wall tumblers Assam, Pavina and Canteen are made of borosilicate glass, creating the impression of “floating” beverages inside. This particular sort of glass is resistant to temperature shocks, and the glass walls are much thinner than ceramics.

the-first-stemware-and-decanters.jpgRed Dot Award 2006 – Awarded in the category Glass, ceramics, china

Design: Irmgard Braun-Ditze

The design of The First is based on the idea that wine needs space to breathe. The body and rim of the glasses have been designed and produced in an elaborate manufacturing process to harmonise perfectly with exquisite wines.

Tectonics bowls

Tue 10 2006

tectonics-bowls.jpgRed Dot Award 2006 – Awarded in the category Glass, ceramics, china

Design: Cairn Young

The bowls feature a titanium décor on white porcelain so appear like waves which shine silvery on the sea. The special form of the 36cm large bowl is the result of a lengthy casting process using a multi-part mould.

OKIU bowls

Tue 10 2006

okiu-bowls.jpgokiu-bowl.jpgRed Dot Award 2006 – Awarded in the category Glass, ceramics, china

Design: Prof. Michael Böhm

These bowls are ideal for serving canapes, starters and side dishes. They have a translucent magic married to a sensuous form that speaks of harmony and inner calm. While the white glass allows the foods’ colours to be displayed to dramatic effect.

Modus glassware

Tue 10 2006

modus-glassware.JPGmodus-glass.JPGRed Dot Award 2006 – Awarded in the category Glass, ceramics, china

Design: Garcia & Larsen

Modus consists of a range of drinking glasses, bowls and pitchers. The concept behind the range is a combination of maximal functionality through a minimal design. All elements have been designed using the same conical shape, which allows stacking with content.

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