Die 60 Jahre studio-line Jubiläumspromotion: 4 kaufen & 2 geschenkt!
Die studio-line hat in den vergangenen 60 Jahren zeitlose Entwürfe hervorgebracht, die zu Designikonen des 20. Jahrhunderts wurden und von denen manche bis heute gestalterische Highlights der Rosenthal-Kollektion sind. Dieses Jubiläum feiern wir mit einem attraktiven Jubiläumsangebot auf unsere größten Klassiker TAC, Moon, Suomi und Landscape: Beim Kauf von vier gleichen Artikeln erhalten Sie zwei als Geschenk dazu!
Walter Gropius had a decisive influence on the creative work of the 20th century. His design icons include the TAC porcelain form, which, with its reduced design language, the use of a simple hemisphere for the tea pot and cups, and playing with triangular and square shapes, embodies the Bauhaus tradition to this day.
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Walter Gropius was born in Berlin in 1883 and died in Boston in 1969. He was co-founder of the Deutscher Werkbund and the spiritual father and director of the legendary Bauhaus in Weimar and Dessau.
It could be said that Walter Gropius played a more important part in shaping 20th-century design than any other individual. His work marked the beginning of a new era in architecture and design.
His last, outstanding industrial buildings are the Rosenthal am Rothbühl porcelain factory in Selb (1965–1967) and the glassworks in Amberg (1967– 1969). In his own words: “The Bauhaus is not an idea that sprang out of the head of a single individual, but an idea that sprang from a need.”
Timo Sarpaneva was born on 31 October 1926 in Helsinki, Finland, and died in 2006. He studied Art and Graphic Design at the former Institute for Industrial Arts in Helsinki.
His organic, object-like creations were already the object of international acclaim back in the 1950s. Sarpaneva’s work focused heavily on combining art and aesthetics with everyday life.
He is known as the poetic interpreter of the material world.
Born in 1959 in London, where he lives and works, Jasper Morrison first came to attention at the end of the 1980s with his “Exclamation Marks of Simplicity” and went on to become an important exponent of modern design. The term „minimalism” applies to Jasper Morrison perhaps more than to any other contemporary designer. All his creations are characterised by a deliberate simplicity and a reduction to the essentials. His products are designed to be trustworthy and usable.
A unique feature of Jasper Morrison’s approach is that his products are not meant to be overpowering or original. The designer favours unobtrusive elegance, convincing functionality and pared-down refinement.
Foto: Roger Decker
Her list of clients reads like the “Who’s Who” of Italian design: B&B Italia, Driade, Molteni, Moroso, Foscarini, etc. The Spanish-born Patricia Urquiola is based in Milan. The Italians affectionately refer to her as “the hurricane”, because she has swept through the design world like a whirlwind, and she currently has a number of projects in the pipeline.
Patricia Urquiola finds inspiration in her surroundings: “It can sometimes be an emotional experience, but equally something very simple from everyday life that plants the seed of an idea in my head. I find that the design process is full of surprises - you come up with an idea and throw other ingredients into the mix, but you never know what you will end up with.”