Illusionistic Decor with Rosenthal Signature

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From the first glance, enigmatic yet delicate and of strong character, the new decor bearing the Rosenthal brand signature openly plays with the observer's eye.

In this process, light also plays a very important role, creating the right atmosphere and designs that are on the edge between art and sculpture, emphasizing the excellence of porcelain as a material, along with the craftsmanship skills of the Rosenthal brand.

Historical references and modern elegance merge in the "Carreau" pattern in Francis's design to create a classically luxurious yet minimalist table setting. The interplay of shaded and unshaded colour surfaces in royal blue and lovely beige with delicate golden borders creates a kaleidoscopic colour effect. Gentle white surfaces bring a calming and airy feel to the design, creating an exciting contrast between light and dark, which beautifully complements the clear lines of the "Francis" design.

The new La Greca Signature dining collection reflects the Versace lifestyle in an extravagant combination of red and black. The decor is an extension of the La Greca motif and appears as a three-dimensional relief on high-quality porcelain. Subdued geometric ornaments contrast with black or white to create an effective illusionistic effect. The elegant Versace letter adorns this sophisticated collection and is set on plates of various sizes in a golden tone.

Whether in black or red, the Greca pattern adds an incomparable finish to the contemporary and modern dining collection. The collection of red plates comes in two different sizes, with glasses, small dishes, and serving trays. In black, the collection includes plates and dishes of various sizes, along with cups, table lamps with scented wax, and a two-room tea set with a teapot and tea cups.

Cairn Young has designed the "Phi" collection for Rosenthal, which includes five vases with striking surface structures: Freeze, Spindrift, City, Manhattan, and Snow. Complex, spiral geometric patterns cover the white porcelain surfaces, turning them into sculptural objects with an innovative 3D effect. Triangles become winter flowers, crystals turn into snowflakes, and cubic shapes form a horizon. The light's refraction effect on the vase surfaces adds a poetic element. These objects are beautiful both as standalone pieces and as arrangements of decorative vases.

Fascinated by the plasticity of materials and the limits of deformability, French designer Cédric Ragot has designed the "Squall" vase series for Rosenthal. This piece builds upon the idea behind Rago's already very successful "Fast" model, created in 2007, to capture and freeze the entire dynamic of movement. "Squall" resembles a whirlpool, whose elemental force is shaped and made immortal in porcelain.

The "Skuum" vase (Danish: foam) from the BIG architectural firm is modeled after the art pavilion designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels for the Tuborg brewery in 2016. Similar to soap bubbles, porcelain beads are connected here to form an object with a strong character that will stand out in any interior. The 26 cm high "Skuum" vase is available in two versions of high-quality porcelain: matte and glossy white, with a Scandinavian restrained appearance.

The vase symbolizes the experience of change in the life of artist Dror Benshetrit, who works in America. Accordingly, his development of the "Vase of Phases" went through several stages of creation on the way to completion. The base is a vase in the shape of a female body that enters an experimental phase when it is broken, as intended by the artist. It then becomes coarser, more seductive, sharper, and more attractive. These changes are visualized on the "broken" object with cracks and smoothed wrinkles. "Vase of Phases" thus acquires a new kind of beauty, showing the traces of the three phases it has gone through and is available in black or white.

Intertwined, fluid lines, delicate porcelain – Martin Hirt's "Node" vase ingredients are simple, and the result is enchanting. Also in a miniature version. At a size of 12 cm, the stone vases with hand-painted stripes reveal their characteristic charisma. The fine line emphasizes the dynamic knot shape and gives the Node vases a look that is both elegant and fresh. The colours certainly contribute to this: Mango, Blueberry, Plum, and Apple awaken the desire for fruity ice cream and the feeling of summer.

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