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Architecture & Interior Design

Poschinger Glassworks since 1568

Almost everything is possible with glass – a material that often sees designers, artists and architects at their most creative

Architectural art: Coloured glass half-spheres in various colours for the lettering by the main entrance of the “Freie Schule Anne-Sophie” school in Künzelsau. Mounted on round aluminium holders

Client: Würth Foundation, Concept and design: Ine Ilg Communications, Munich

Architectural art: Coloured glass half-spheres (detail) in various colours for the lettering by the main entrance of the “Freie Schule Anne-Sophie” school in Künzelsau. Mounted on round aluminium holders

Client: Würth Foundation, Concept and design: Ine Ilg Communications, Munich

Architectural art: Coloured glass half-spheres (detail) in various colours for the lettering by the main entrance of the “Freie Schule Anne-Sophie” school in Künzelsau. Mounted on round aluminium holders

Client: Würth Foundation, Concept and design: Ine Ilg Communications, Munich

“Selene” lamp ball shades made of crystal glass in five sizes

Design: Sandra Lindner. ClassiCon GmbH, Munich, Germany

Designer vase with cut groove for the bracket

Holger Eichinger, Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany

Production of glass bases for the “Side Table” and “Coffee Table” in the “Bell Table” series from Classico

Design: Sebastian Herkner. ClassiCon GmbH, Munich, Germany

Production of glass bases for the “Side Table” and “Coffee Table” in the “Bell Table” series from Classico

Design: Sebastian Herkner. ClassiCon GmbH, Munich, Germany

Production of glass bases for the “Side Table” and “Coffee Table” in the “Bell Table” series from Classico

Design: Sebastian Herkner. ClassiCon GmbH, Munich, Germany

Special edition of the “Side Table” in steel grey coloured glass for Classicon. The glass table base was refined with an elaborately engraved pattern

Design: Sebastian Herkner. ClassiCon GmbH, Munich, Germany

Production of glass bases for the “Side Table” and “Coffee Table” in the “Bell Table” series from Classico

Design: Sebastian Herkner. ClassiCon GmbH, Munich, Germany

Wash basin – Oval bowl made of coloured glass (approx. 40 cm, cobalt blue) with white glass frits melted into the form. Featuring a hole in the base

“Noxx” side table in two different sizes and various colours

Christine Kröncke Interior Design GmbH, Munich, Germany

“Noxx Low” side table in various colours

Christine Kröncke Interior Design GmbH, Munich, Germany

“Noxx High” side table in various colours

Christine Kröncke Interior Design GmbH, Munich, Germany

Glass door handle (pusher plate)

Heavy, large footed bowl made of crystal glass with violet-coloured upper sections. Diameter of approx. 50 cm, total height approx. 40 cm. Detailed fine-cut finish on the base, hollow ball and bowl (Steindl, fluted, faceted and oval cut finishes).

Heavy, large footed bowl made of crystal glass with violet-coloured upper sections. Diameter of approx. 50 cm, total height approx. 40 cm. Detailed fine-cut finish on the base, hollow ball and bowl (Steindl, fluted, faceted and oval cut finishes).

“Swinging Vases” – vases in two sizes in steel grey and amethyst

Escada SE, Aschheim/Munich, Germany

Lamp ball shades with decorative collars in various colours and sizes

Lieblingslicht, Munich, Germany

Lamp ball shades (detail) with decorative collars in various colours and sizes

Lieblingslicht, Munich, Germany

Lamp ball shades with decorative collars in various colours and sizes

Lieblingslicht, Munich, Germany

Lamp ball shades with decorative collars in various colours and sizes

Lieblingslicht, Munich, Germany

Wash basin – round bowl in crystal glass (approx. 40 cm) with a hole in the bottom

Capital and base of a column in flashed glass for a chapel

Capital and base of a column in flashed glass for a chapel

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