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06.02.19

SCHÖNWALD presents at the AMBIENTE 2019

Outstanding design: SHIRO, the new porcelain collection by Stefan Diez and Andrea Lenardin

Clean lines, purism and minimalism – the new SHIRO collection from SCHÖNWALD picks up on the “Japanordic” design trend that connects Japanese and Scandinavian culture. With its range of white hard porcelain, the specialist for professional porcelain is not only addressing those restaurateurs who take particular delight in experimenting with innovative concepts. In fact, the basic modern collection of bowls, coupe plates and cups meets gastronomic needs across the board.

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22.11.18

TAKE A BREAK

NEW SCHÖNWALD Bakery & Bistro Collection

With its new brochure TAKE A BREAK SCHÖNWALD offers bakeries, cafés and bistros an appropriate, modern variety of products, fast delivery times and an all-in service, allowing them to join in this casual dining trend in a stylish and exciting way. The range consists of thoughtfully selected items which can be used for all kinds of food and beverages.

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27.08.18

Shabby chic ennobled

Shabby chic nominated for the German Design Award 2019

A huge hit in hotels and restaurants around the world – and now recognised by a respected panel of judges: the SHABBY CHIC pattern concept by SCHÖNWALD has been nominated for the prestigious German Design Awards 2019. SHABBY CHIC that seems to combine contradictions with its urban, modern lines has been nominated in the Excellent Product Design / Tabletop category. 

25.04.18

Paying by weight

SCHÖNWALD presents its new concept: TARA PERFORMANCE

The SCHÖNWALD porcelain factory has developed a concept for tared tableware in communal catering: TARA PERFORMANCE. This means that payment based on guesswork in company canteens, dining halls and system catering is now a thing of the past and food can be weighed down to the last gram. 

25.01.18

SCHÖNWALD presents its new decor concept HYGGE

Pure lust for life

Whether comfy, exuberant or even a little hip – real vitality comes from an atmosphere in which one enjoys life with nice people to the full – ideally at the table, sharing food and drink. This is the lifestyle defined by hygge, a Danish expression, for which there is no literal translation in English. Porcelain specialist SCHÖNWALD picks up on this Scandinavian feeling in its eponymous new decor concept, presenting HYGGE this spring in various brightly coloured patterns.