THE GOOD LIFE
With STAND UP, a small range of mouth-blown glassware, SIEGER and Ichendorf present their first joint collection. In 2005, Christian and Michael Sieger launched their own premium brand to enrich people’s daily lives with intelligent, aesthetically pleasing products and to fulﬁl the demands of the modern hospitality sector. For over 15 years, the brand has worked with the German Porzellanmanufaktur FÜRSTENBERG to create handmade porcelain collections. Bestsellers like the Sip of Gold champagne tumblers and MY CHINA! dinner service can now be found in countless apartments, five-star hotels, restaurants and luxury yachts. Behind the SIEGER brand is the agency sieger design, which has been coming up with iconic tableware designs since the early 1990s.
“Die Quintessenz eines Tumblers: Was mich am meisten beeindruckt, ist die perfekte Balance, mit der das Glas immer wieder sein Gleichgewicht findet.”CHRISTIAN SIEGER
“Today, as 100 years ago, Ichendorf's goal is the pursuit of beauty with authentic shapes.”CORRADO CORRADI
100 YEARS OF THE FINEST GLASS
Ichendorf company history began back in the early years of the twentieth century in a small town near Cologne, named Quadrath-Ichendorf. There, many master-glaziers used a mix of substances, among which was silica, to give shape to objects able to meet the refined taste of that period. A stylistic code defined by precious ornaments, which had the undiscussed leading role of the collections proposed up until the fifties of the past century, when a very important change is established: to favour clean shape and purity of material. Old form and adornment were abolished, in an endless search for new, popular and no longer exclusive appearances. In 1990 Ichendorf style centre is established in Milan, creative point of convergence of artists and designers. The meeting and constant exchange of tradition and innovation, always aimed at the pursuit of beauty in its purest forms, gives life to all Ichendorf objects.
“STAND UP: shapes that rotate in space in perfect harmony.”GABRIELE CORRADI