Kähler SS16: Classy ceramics

Hammershøi steel cutlery

Danske Kähler har laget kunst i keramikk siden 1839. Selv med så tunge tradisjoner, klarer de stadig å fornye seg og formidle den stilrene og moderne, skandinaviske looken. Mandag 25. januar inviterte Kähler og Polhem PR til en festfin morgen med lekker mat og vakker styling i Mathallen på Vulkan i Oslo. Nyhetene for våren 2016 ble presentert:

Kaolin - et stilrent, nytt og hvitt servise
Fugato-høyttalere i fire farger
Hammershøi-bestikk i stål 
Ombria-servise, lysestaker og vaser i stentøy
Omaggio-vaser i perlemorsnyanse
Flere nye produkter i Hammershøi-serviset

Min aller største favoritt fra Kähler er kaffekoppen uten hank fra Hammershøi med termofunksjon. Du kan holde koppen uten å brenne deg på varmen!

© Fashion in Oslo 2016

Ombria by Anders Arhøj

The Danish designer brand Kähler has made ceramic art since 1839. Yet, with so heavy traditions, they always manage to innovate and express the clean and modern Scandinavian look. On Monday 25th of January, Kähler and Polhem PR invited to a festive morning with gorgeous food and beautiful styling in Mathallen at Vulkan in Oslo. The news for SS16 were presented:

Kaolin - clean, new and white tableware
Fugato loudspeakers in four colors
Hammershøi steel cutlery
Ombria tableware, candleholders and vases in stoneware
Omaggio vases in mother of pearl nuance
Several new products in the Hammershøi tableware

My biggest Kähler favourite is the coffee cup without a handle with termo function. You can hold the cup without burning yourself on the heat!

© Fashion in Oslo 2016

Fugato loudspeakers

Kaolin by Cecilie Manz tableware

 The new Omaggio vases in mother of pearl nuance - inspired by clamshells and Nordic nature.

Hammershøi by Hans-Christian Bauer tableware



 Trine van der Valk Rasmussen - PR & Communications Manager in Kähler

Ombria stoneware designer Anders Arhøj told that he was inspired by sand and stones in Denmark.








Termo coffee cups!