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Garden & Outdoor

Poschinger Glassworks since 1568

Glass in the great outdoors

“MENSCHEN” glass figures for the Landesgartenschau 2014 event in Deggendorf

Loveably Ludo: Colourful glass figures as a symbol of dialogue. The glass pieces from the Ludo board game represent people, their individuality and their allegiance to a specific group in society. Placed in colourful clusters within the gardens, the figures symbolise cohesion, dialogue and connection between peoples – perfectly in tune with the intentions of the event. The Ludo figures were conceived and realised by the Freiherr von Poschinger Glasmanufaktur in Frauenau, Germany’s oldest glassworks with the longest family tradition on earth. Each one of the 45 cm figures was taken out of the furnace as a glowing hot mass, manually blown and refined. This makes every figure unique – just like us humans.

“Glass tongue” cast and formed using a special method

Annealed glass blocks (specially treated for outdoor use) in various colours and sizes

Annealed glass blocks (specially treated for outdoor use) in various colours and sizes

“Flames” Christmas decoration

“Flames” Christmas decoration

Annealed glass blocks (specially treated for outdoor use) in various colours and sizes

Pieces of coloured glass in various sizes and random shapes. Mounted to a steel frame with stainless steel cables

Installation by the artists Barbara Rainer and Harry Zengeler at the Garden Show in Waldkirchen, Germany, 2007.

Pieces of coloured glass in various sizes and random shapes (close up). Mounted to a steel frame with stainless steel cables

Installation by the artists Barbara Rainer and Harry Zengeler at the Garden Show in Waldkirchen, Germany, 2007.

Pieces of coloured glass in various sizes and random shapes (close up). Mounted to a steel frame with stainless steel cables

Installation by the artists Barbara Rainer and Harry Zengeler at the Garden Show in Waldkirchen, Germany, 2007.

“Holy Ghost” artwork (close up) made of cast glass sheets

Sculpture for the church in Blaibach. Ralph Wenzel, Waldmünchen, Germany

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