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Shop Construction & Museum Furnishings

Poschinger Glassworks since 1568

Decoration and encapsulated knowledge in glass

Display for a collier necklace. Crystal glass cut using a diamond saw, grinded and polished

Gerhard D. Wempe KG. Hamburg, Germany

“Graphite clock” for a trade fair appearance – two crystal glass containers within a metal construction. Filled with graphite flakes

GK Graphit Kropfmühl GmbH, Hauzenberg, Germany

Oversized light bulb for an interactive museum

Wien Energie GmbH – Wien Energie-Welt Spittelau, Vienna, Austria

Production of a number of stylised thimbles made of crystal glass (height: 25 cm) for a shop and window decoration

Codello, Munich, Germany

Production of a number of stylised thimbles made of crystal glass (height: 25 cm) for a shop and window decoration (close up)

Codello, Munich, Germany

Production of a number of stylised thimbles made of crystal glass (height: 25 cm) for a shop and window decoration (close up)

Codello, Munich, Germany

Production of a number of stylised thimbles made of crystal glass (height: 25 cm) for a shop and window decoration (close up)

Codello, Munich, Germany

Glass bell jar with knob for a trade fair appearance

Replica of a glass bowl in cameo colour

“Prince’s Grave” in the “Early History” department of Mainz State Museum, Germany. Photo: Mainz State Museum, Ursula Rudischer

Replica of a glass bowl in cameo colour (close up)

“Prince’s Grave” in the “Early History” department of Mainz State Museum, Germany. Photo: Mainz State Museum, Ursula Rudischer

Vases for the museum in order to explain the difference between blown and pressed glass simultaneously using one item

“Glass” department of Mainz State Museum, Germany. Photo: Mainz State Museum, Ursula Rudischer

Vases for the museum in order to explain the difference between blown and pressed glass simultaneously using one item

“Glass” department of Mainz State Museum, Germany. Photo: Mainz State Museum, Ursula Rudischer

Vases for the museum in order to explain the difference between blown and pressed glass simultaneously using one item (close up)

“Glass” department of Mainz State Museum, Germany. Photo: Mainz State Museum, Ursula Rudischer

Crystal glass scent covers with knobs for presenting perfumes in a shop

Giorgio Armani S.p.A. (Germany), Milan, Italy

Two glass tubes, some consisting of multiple parts, with intermediate floors and lids for the museum of a distillery

Gölles GmbH, Riegersburg, Austria

Three-part glass tube (140 cm in total) with intermediate floors and lid for the museum of a distillery (close up)

Gölles GmbH, Riegersburg, Austria

One-piece glass tube (140 cm) with floor and lid for the museum of a distillery (close up)

Gölles GmbH, Riegersburg, Austria

Crystal glass display for presenting collier necklaces

Gerhard D. Wempe KG, Hamburg, Germany

Replica of pilot lamp glasses for a historical control panel in coloured glass and flashed colour

Fusing glass sheet with structure and LED back-lighting for a shop counter

Solid glass chandelier elements made of crystal glass. Transparently painted in a colour tone chosen by the customer

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