Shades Collection in the award-winning "Illusion" design
Points of light from her award-winning "Illusion" design, which was actually conceived for porcelain, now also dance gracefully over the highest-quality shades: the collaboration between designer Stefanie Hering and the Dutch sun shade manufacturer WOOD & WASHI is the perfect combination. The décor of the "Illusion" Shades Collection, which has just been launched in four colour shades, enlivens the surface of the shades without being too conspicuous as a design.
Handmade Porcelain - unique, noble and absolutely contemporary
Designer and Entrepreneur
Working with porcelain and clay is at the heart of designer Stefanie Hering's philosophy. Herself a trained ceramicist with a master craftsman's certificate, she founded the Hering Berlin manufactory as an entrepreneur.
There, she is responsible for all collections as a designer. She works closely with the traditional Reichenbach manufactory in Thuringia for the development and production of all pieces. She instructs the master craftspeople there and experiments with them on innovative shapes, glazes, and decorations.
This process results in unique porcelain objects that delight design aficionados all over the world, as well as connoisseurs and top chefs – for example because of the intense, iridescent effect of the mineral glazes developed through numerous experiments. Or because of the abstract yet at the same time floral-looking “PalmHouse X” decoration.
As an artist, Stefanie Hering also develops sensational objects that are unparalleled worldwide. For example, for the “Din Clay Ton” project in Ratchaburi, Thailand, person-sized vases and vessels were created from the particularly stable local clay, which were then displayed in a spectacular exhibition tour of the Goethe-Institut.
This project attracted as much international attention as her tableware collections, for which Stefanie Hering received the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Dineus Award, and the International Tableware Award, among others.