// arthitectural / porcelain

KPM Berlin re-launches Trude Petri’s modern classic MANTILLE vase


With the re-edition of the organically shaped MANTILLE vase, KPM Berlin revives one of the most beautiful works of the manufactory’s famous designer Trude Petri. Trude Petri’s vase MANTILLE, first launched in 1957, resembles an elegant sculpture. The sweeping lines refer to the experimental designs of the 1950s. The waist-like shape conveys the impression of […]


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Laura Straßer for Karakter
Von Ribbeck Lamp


Laura Straßer has designed the porcelain lamp ”Von Ribbeck” for Karakter – a lamp which takes its inspiration from a poem, a region and a grandmother. Throughout her childhood and adulthood Laura Straßer has been fascinated and drawn to the German poet ”Von Ribbeck auf Ribbeck im Haveland” written by Theodor Fontane. The story revolves […]


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Nicolò Zavagno
Pestrin


Pestrin, suspension lamp whose name derives from the Venetian dialect indicating the place where milk used to be distributed. The shape of the lamp remembers in fact the container used to carry the milk from the “pestrin” back to the house. The use of porcelain and wood takes back to ancient traditions that melt with […]


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Andrea Génova
Cracked


The concept is based around the fact that nature finds any chance of survival even in the most adverse conditions. Reinventing vase: A chic classic. Reinventing environments, make vertical surfaces. Reinterpreting plants as design elements, as pictures that hang and not as big flower pot. “Cracked” is a complete piece of porcelain finished with a matt […]


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BIG + KILO
BIG Cities, a tableware design for the TAC set


TAC was developed at the end of the 1960s – based on a design by architect and designer Walter Gropius and his Boston-based firm The Architects Collaborative (TAC). Built upon basic geometrical forms, it owes its style to Bauhaus. The BIG Cities design is emerged from marrying this classic style with the silhouette of various […]


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