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Artists & Designers

Poschinger Glassworks since 1568

As glass creativity knows no bounds

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

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

Christine Kröncke Interior Design GmbH, Munich, Germany

Juuri – multi-purpose vessels. Containers and bottles in various glass colours

Design: Sarah Böttger, Wiesbaden, 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

“Noxx High” side table in various colours

Christine Kröncke Interior Design GmbH, Munich, Germany

“Glasgow” vase series. Various vase shapes with partially flashed glass elements in opal white or opaline

Design: Anna Weber. favius, Regensburg, 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

“Glasgow” vase series. Various vase shapes with partially flashed glass elements in opal white or opaline

Design: Anna Weber. favius, Regensburg, Germany

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

Christine Kröncke Interior Design GmbH, Munich, Germany

Oversized light bulb with Wilhelm Wagenfeld Bauhaus lamp WG24 built into its interior for an art object

Csilla Kudor, Bremen, Germany

Oversized light bulb with Wilhelm Wagenfeld Bauhaus lamp WG24 built into its interior for an art object (close up)

Csilla Kudor, Bremen, Germany

“Noxx Low” side table in various colours

Christine Kröncke Interior Design GmbH, Munich, Germany

Juuri – multi-purpose vessels. Containers and bottles in various glass colours

Design: Sarah Böttger, Wiesbaden, Germany

Lamp shade featuring flashed glass. Opal white interior flashed glass element

Juuri – multi-purpose vessels. Containers and bottles in various glass colours

Design: Sarah Böttger, Wiesbaden, Germany

Hollow-blown, hand-formed glass object, partially in flashed glass

Design: Rupert Reiser, Munich, Germany

“Glasgow” vase series. Various vase shapes with partially flashed glass elements in opal white or opaline

Design: Anna Weber. favius, Regensburg, Germany

Prototype production of a double glass element for the art project “The Uncomfortable Champagne Glasses”

Katerina Kamprani, Athens, Greece

Design object consisting of several freely hand-formed glass tubes for Audi HQ

Design: Konrad Fleisch, Ingolstadt, Germany

Hollow blown ball with thick walls in coloured glass with deeply sandblasted contours of the continents, partially frosted

Nude f/m - two-part crystal glass object, diameter approx. 45 cm

Design: Painter and sculptor Alois Lichtsteiner, Murten, Switzerland

Juuri – multi-purpose vessels. Containers and bottles in various glass colours

Design: Sarah Böttger, Wiesbaden, Germany

Nude f/m - two-part crystal glass object, diameter approx. 45 cm

Design: Painter and sculptor Alois Lichtsteiner, Murten, Switzerland

Coloured glass balls with a quilted look for an art object

Bernhard Buff, Vienna, Austria

“Atemkristall” hand-formed glass object. Hollow glass (formed in part by the artist himself), sprues polished and sealed, fired and finished in deep black gloss

Jue Löffelholz, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Hollow-blown, hand-formed glass object, partially in flashed glass

Design: Rupert Reiser, Munich, Germany

Glass vases, encased by a solid copper ring. The glass was directly blown into the copper ring

Outofstock Design, Sebastián Alberdi, Barcelona, Spain

Glass vases, encased by a solid copper ring (close up). The glass was directly blown into the copper ring

Outofstock Design, Sebastián Alberdi, Barcelona, Spain

Nude f/m - two-part crystal glass object, diameter approx. 45 cm

Design: Painter and sculptor Alois Lichtsteiner, Murten, Switzerland

Glass vases, encased by a solid copper ring. The glass was directly blown into the copper ring

Outofstock Design, Sebastián Alberdi, Barcelona, Spain

Glass vases, encased by a solid copper ring (close up). The glass was directly blown into the copper ring

Outofstock Design, Sebastián Alberdi, Barcelona, Spain

Heavy geometric glass block, cast in coloured glass (purification melting process) for the glass sculpture “Morgen geht die sonne wieder auf” (“the sun will rise again tomorrow”) in the “Glass Gardens of Frauenau”.

Glassmaking has influenced the cultural and natural landscape of the Bavarian Forest for generations. Frauenau has been an important centre of glass production for centuries, with thousands of workers producing top-notch glass over the years in the Poschinger and Eisch workshops. Wilken Skurk dedicated his sculpture to those workers, though it is not intended as a memorial in the traditional sense, but much more as an expression and metaphor. The sculpture is split into two distinctive parts: First the column reaches at an angle towards the sky. Its momentum is broken and turns backwards, seeking another direction instead. The highs and lows of glassmaking in the Bavarian Forest metaphorically transform into a plant, which always extends towards the sunlight. Wilken Skurk, Berlin, Germany

Glass vases in various blue shades, encased by a solid copper ring. The glass was directly blown into the copper ring

Outofstock Design, Sebastián Alberdi, Barcelona, Spain

Objects for a design study formed freely by hand

Outofstock Design, Sebastián Alberdi, Barcelona, Spain

Prototype production of a double glass element for the art project “The Uncomfortable Wine Glass”

Katerina Kamprani, Athens, Greece

Thick-walled glass balloon with metal mount for the bronze sculpture “Der Glasbläser” (“the glass blower”)

Sieger Köder, Rosenberg, Germany

Glass baseball bat for an art installation

Bernhard Buff, Vienna, Austria

Objects for a design study formed freely by hand

Outofstock Design, Sebastián Alberdi, Barcelona, Spain

Cast sculpture from crystal glass. Surfaces cut and polished

Kurt Thiel, Salzweg, Germany

Geometric cast glass pieces for a glass-bronze sculpture

Wilken Skurk, Berlin, Germany

“Die Traubenträger” steel sculpture. Glass balls in cobalt blue with aluminium mounting

Design and commission: Sylvester Antony for the “Il Molini di Grace” vineyard in Tuscany, Italy

Vanitas III. coloured glass and barbed wire

Ursula-Maren Fitz, Waakirchen, Germany

Wall object made of metal containers with breaks in the bars in letter form, cast in liquid glass, and these glass elements protrude outwards through the bar structure

Wilken Skurk, Berlin, Germany

Vanitas I. glass and barbed wire

Ursula-Maren Fitz, Waakirchen, Germany

Glass table with hand-formed feet. Coloured glass, partially sandblasted

Christiane Sellner, Bamberg, Germany

Coloured glass balls with a quilted look for an art object

Bernhard Buff, Vienna, Austria

Vanitas II. glass and barbed wire

Ursula-Maren Fitz, Waakirchen, Germany

Crystal glass object, formed freely by hand, cut and polished

Ursula-Maren Fitz, Waakirchen, Germany

Geometric cast glass objects in dark coloured glass

Wilken Skurk, Berlin, Germany

Hand-formed object made of solid crystal glass

Ursula-Maren Fitz, Waakirchen, Germany

Thick-walled crystal glass balls with necks in various sizes for a wall installation in the “Glass Gardens of Frauenau”

Magdalena Jetelová in the “Glass Gardens of Frauenau” (Museum garden). The 126 glass balloons are on the south facade of the glass museum and are the result of a conceptual search for the right design for an installation which picks up on the typical features and characteristics of the region. In their arrangement, with the play of sizes and perspectives, the glass wall peaks to a metaphorical climax. The mouth-blown balls of various sizes are a synonym for continuity, change and timeless beauty. Magdalena Jetelová, Munich and Düsseldorf, Germany

Cast glass parts for a metal and glass object

Cast glass parts for a bronze and glass object

Wilken Skurk, Berlin, Germany

Cast glass parts for a bronze and glass object

Wilken Skurk, Berlin, Germany

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