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Rosenthal - Ode

News   •   Jan 20, 2017 08:18 GMT

Rosenthal vases Ode (in the middle), framed by Falda (left) and Collana (right).

Ode vase, designed by Sebastian Herkner
With clear and straight geometric lines but also some subtle details, the Ode vase series from star designer Sebastian Herkner draws the full attention of the beholder to the delicate nature of the porcelain. The textured surface of the semi-gloss vase body is broken by a lustrous ring of porcelain, decorated with golden ornamental elements that hint at a hand-drawn style yet are elegant at the same time. At first glance, the design appears to have a classical style reminiscent of the columns so prevalent in the architecture of the ancient world, but look more closely and its precise workmanship reveals a thoroughly modern new piece of interior design. The vases are available in four different sizes.


Sebastian Herkner (born 1981) is one of the biggest stars of German design. Born in Bad Mergentheim, Sebastian Herkner has already designed pieces for Moroso, Carl Mertens, Very Wood by Gervasoni and ClassiCon, including probably his best-known design, the Bell Table, for which he was honoured with the Red Dot Design Award in 2010. For Rosenthal, the designer has created the innovative Collana and Falda vase collections as well as the multi-award-winning Meta, Mitis and Domo interior series.

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