A place of inspiration where tradition meets modernity. Harkotten Castle is both a cultural stronghold and a creative workshop. The Sieger family discovered this hunting lodge – built by the Barons of Ketteler in 1754 – by accident in 1988 and realised it would make the ideal headquarters for sieger design.
HOME & HEART OF SIEGER
Christian and Michael Sieger, along with the entire team, are deeply entwined with the history of the castle. After all, pioneering design is only possible through familiarisation with the past and cultural and artistic history – and Harkotten Castle has long been an essential ingredient in SIEGER’s recipe for success.
SCOPE FOR CREATIVITY
Workshops and offices, a well-organised library and multiple presentation areas are all housed at our over 2,000m² site.
CULTURE THAT WE LIVE BY
The care and attention with which the family restored the Castle is also evident in the 10,000m² sculpture park, which underlines the way in which the historical setting is an embodiment of the company’s aesthetic values.
Working in a moated castle is a privilege but, at the same time, a cultural responsibility. That’s why the brothers pass on part of the inspiration provided by the location in the form of the beautiful choice items that are created in the exclusive environment of Harkotten Castle.
“Humid Soul” by Fabrizio Plessi
“Parksitzer” by Roger Selden
Meditation Pavilion by Ettore Sottsass