Stoff Frühling trade fair opened in Munich today. This is an event at which
international manufacturers of fabrics for interiors present their latest
creations to a German trade audience.
It has just
been announced that Royal Palace - the latest fabric creation in the MEISSEN
COUTURE® Home Collection - received the “Best Fabrics Award 2014” in
a competition held to mark the opening by the noted trade periodical Deco Home,
published by Winkler Medienverlag. Read more »
Saxony’s Prime Minister Stanislaw
Tillich, who is currently touring Japan, today paid a visit to the world’s
first ever MEISSEN® Coffee House, opened by Saxony’s tercentennial heritage
company at the Japanese Hankyu store in Osaka. Read more »
Once again, MEISSEN COUTURE® will host a
spectacular event during Milan Fashion Week. The MEISSEN COUTURE® Fall/Winter 2014/15 Collection will be
presented in a magnificent installation. The famous VILLA MEISSEN COUTURE® in Via MonteNapoleone
3 will be transformed into a scintillating backdrop for the evening.
Blending contemporary elegance with inspiring 300-year-old heritage and art
At the forthcoming Maison & Objet in Paris, the Maison MEISSEN COUTURE® will present a series of new interior collectibles that extend and further enrich its current Home Collection. The new creations of the 300-year-old legendary manufactory pay homage to the “mid-century style” – an artistic movement from the last century characterised by joie de vivre and a playful approach to interior design.
The MEISSEN® luxury group
continues to restructure its management. Today it was announced that Mr Philip
A. Rogers will immediately start in the newly created position of Retail
Director at MEISSEN COUTURE®.
‘With Mr Rogers, we win
in two ways’, Christian Kurtzke, MEISSEN®’s CEO, is pleased: ‘Firstly, the
appointment demonstrates that we continue to develop our distribution
competence in the luxury field in Germany, and secondly, this is a further step
in making our management truly international.’ Read more »
The NTV channel’s Premium Lounge slot recently ran an interview with Dr. Christian Kurtzke, Chief
Executive Officer at MEISSEN®, on trends at his company over the
past two years. The programme comprehensively sets out how the tercentennial
House of Tradition has been re-aligned - from the launch of the new MEISSEN
COUTURE® range in Milan through new creations in the Joaillerie
& HOME segments to a review of the work of artCAMPUS in the sphere of
modern art. Read more »
The Franzen family and MEISSEN® extend a joint invitation to the launch on November 15 of two new MEISSEN® brand worlds on Königsallee.
A fine selection of Joaillerie & Accessory collections from the 300-year-old house of tradition now awaits the public in a Joaillerie Corner prominently located at the entrance. Over an area of 1,650 sq ft on the next floor up, meanwhile, Franzen will be unveiling the first MEISSEN HOME® Boutique in Germany, in which porcelains classic and modern will for the first time be presented alongside furniture creations, exclusive fabrics, silk carpets and elegant luminaires to deliver a new style of all-inclusive brand experience. Read more »
Manufactory presents range for the select catering and hotel trade
Creations by star-studded chef-de-cuisine Benjamin Biedlingmaier are now being served to discerning guests at the best restaurant in Dresden, the Bülow Palais Caroussel, on MEISSEN® “Waves” porcelain.
Achim Bornhäusser, who was appointed by the MEISSEN® executive to set up a Select Catering & Hotel Trade segment at the beginning of the year, sees this as a further step towards additionally positioning the legendary 300-year-old Manufactory as a leading provider for professional cuisine henceforth. Read more »
With about 700 guests, MEISSEN® ITALIA celebrated a sensational debut in Milan. The event was hosted by MEISSEN’s CEO Christian Kurtzke
together with Franca Sozzani, editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia.
MEISSEN COUTURE® surprised and delighted about 160
journalists, more than 40 buyers and numerous VIPs of Milan society with a
mixture of romantic creations, retro styles, and a mystical musical
presentation in the courtyard of Villa Meissen, which had been designed in the
style of an Italian pleasure garden for the occasion.