Handcrafted with love in Weimar
The manufacture of porcelain requires a great deal of dedication, ...
... skilful handicraft, fine feeling and a sense of trends. The best raw goods are necessary in order to fulfil the high quality criteria. Each component has special significance for the value of the porcelain mass. Thus, the high portion of kaolin determines the degree of whiteness, quartz is responsible for the strength and the required transparency is achieved by the addition of feldspar. The design originates in the heads of creative product developers who express their love for clear shapes and friendly colours in Version One.
Between CLASSIC & AVANTGARDE
THE SPIRIT OF WEIMAR – ATTITUDE, LOVE FOR EXPERIMENTATION AND THE ANIMUS OF MODERNITY
Walter Gropius founded the State Bauhaus in Weimar, known as a classical city, and, in his manifesto, made the appeal: “Architects, sculptors, painters – we all have to turn back to handicraft!” However, soon the art school sought proximity to industry. Design was distanced from handicraft, provided for rationalisation and less effort in manufacture. Today, a new love for old craftsmanship is developing. Design is recollecting real values and authentic emotions. The clear shaping and high functionality of the Bauhaus style has remained a part of “handmade in Weimar”.