More design collections
Great importance is attached to the exclusivity of the designs at Porzellanmanufaktur Reichenbach. In addition, the willingness to experiment is a guiding principle of the manufactory. This can be seen in the numerous collaborations with designers from a wide variety of backgrounds. With them, the time-tested "white gold" is brought up to the height of the creative zeitgeist of the industry.
Marcus Didßun, born in Eisenach in 1988, has been working in the art workshop of the Diakonie in Eisenach since 2011. He potters, paints or makes his own creations from papier-mâché. His imaginative hand-drawn animal motifs decorate our new children's tableware series "Porzellini".
A star chef with a vision of perfect tableware, a traditional German porcelain manufacturer with a penchant for the avant-garde and a designer duo that likes to think outside the box when it comes to designing tableware are the ingredients from which the "Spira" porcelain set is made. With its optimal proportions and details such as special sauce bases and a surprise effect when stacked, it meets all the requirements for dressing and serving in gastronomy and the home with just a few pieces. Fancy and glamorous, the "Elements" decor comes along and offers great scope for perfect staging of the dishes without stealing their show.
The design of the collection is reminiscent of the filigree patterns of ornate plates found in Arab souks, fused with the reduced simplicity of modern European dinnerware. The color reduction to black and white works through the pronounced contrast. At the same time, the clear and classic color scheme allows the design to blend harmoniously into the background next to the food to be staged. The ornamentation is inspired by the structures of the smallest single-celled creatures under the microscope, whose universal symmetry appeals to the basic patterns of our aesthetic sensibilities. Maren Eichler The artist currently lives in Trier, where she is studying fashion design. She draws her inspiration from various cultures around the world and from the forms of nature.
Egerton Crest designs and creates porcelain for Reichenbach.Clear and timeless designs are her signature pieces.
AVA STELLA DREESSEN
Product development, spatial concepts and a natural instinct for aesthetics and detail. At Egerton Crest, Ava combines design and drafting with the daily business of a young company - conception, organization, communications work.
For Egerton Crest, she picks up the design pen on a daily basis. From corporate design to designs for home accessories,
Sina looks for inspiration everywhere.
The young artist Christine Klauder, a graduate of the Burg Giebichenstein College of Art and Design, was commissioned by the Reichenbach Porcelain Manufactory to develop the vases and bowl series “masaai”. Im Mittelpunkt dieser Neuentwicklung aus dem Hause Reichenbach steht die kontrastreiche Präsentation des Trendthemas Afrika. Mit der Verbindung seriellen Industriedesigns und der manufakturellen Fertigung greift Reichenbach auf eine seiner wichtigsten Kernkompetenzen zurück. Durch die Verbindung von kühlen Styling mit warmen Brauntönen und edlen Naturmaterialien setzt die Serie im Wohnbereich völlig neue Akzente. Symbolisiert die Farbe “Weiß” Reinheit und Frische steht “Braun” für Schlichtheit und Verzicht. Kombiniert ergeben beide Farben und Materialien einen spannenden Gegensatz.
Henry van de Velde
It takes an idea, great passion and personal competence to revive a porcelain from a long-defunct porcelain manufactory as a replica, to produce it in a limited edition and to find distribution partners for it.
This is what happened in the Thuringian city of Jena, which is known for science and high technology - but very few in connection with porcelain. Until 1929, porcelain of great quality was produced in the porcelain manufactory Burgau an der Saale, founded by Ferdinand Selle in 1901. Christine Klauder, a porcelain designer living in Burgau, together with the Burgau local association had the idea to revive Burgau porcelain as a replica on the occasion of the 750th anniversary of the town, which today belongs to the city of Jena. In cooperation with the Jena City Museum, a Burgau porcelain of special cultural and historical value was selected: A place setting that Henry van der Velde designed for Burgau in 1914 on behalf of the manufactory owner Ferdinand Selle, but which was not produced in series during the turmoil of World War 1.
Ms. Klauder succeeded in winning the Burgau local association, private-sector sponsors and the city of Jena to support the project. The fact that the idea ultimately materialized into place settings produced in limited editions and various decors within a few months is also thanks to two Thuringian porcelain manufacturers located near Jena: Porzellanmanufaktur Reichenbach GmbH, together with the designer, took on the production of the molds and the white production,