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German designer Otmar Alt has worked for Rosenthal since 1978. He created the 'Funny People' pattern for the Studio-line range Flash.
Japanese designer Tadao Amano has worked for Rosenthal since 1993. He created the vases 'Sakura' and 'Vernissage' for the Studio-line range.
Israeli designer Ron Arad has worked for Rosenthal since 1994. He created the vinegar/oil cruet stand 'Calebassa' and the series of vases 'Ringoetto'.
German designer Bele Bachem (her real name was Renate Gabriele Böhmer) worked for Rosenthal from 1951 to 1966. In the early 50's she created a series of stand-alone figurines including 'Eseltreiber' and 'Hurt und Muse'. In 2002 she created 'Hommage an Philip Rosenthal' for the Limited Art Edition.
German designer Wolf Bauer has worked for Rosenthal since 1972. He created the designs 'Duo' and 'Plus' for the Studio-line range.
Hans Theo Baumann
Swiss designer Hans Theo Baumann freelanced for Rosenthal from 1954. Designs included the 'Puzzle-Schalen' line in 1957 and the service and cutlery line 'Berlin' in 1970.
Austrian designer Herbert Bayer worked for Rosenthal from 1978 to 1985. His worked included designing the glass object ' Winding Stairs' and decoration for 'Bauhaus-Hommage' (1979).
Jeroen Bechthold worked for Rosenthal in 1979 for a 4 week period. Designed 'Balance' vases which continued in production from 1980 to approximately 1985.
Italian designer Mario Bellini has worked for Rosenthal since 1984. He was responsible for designing the successful porcelain form 'Cupola' and the matching glassware with the same name.
German designer Michael Boehm has worked for Rosenthal since 1966. His work has included 'Papyrus' and 'Maitre 13/66' for the Studio-line range and glass art including 'Reticelli', 'Olympus' and 'Champagne Caprices'.
German designer Barbara Brenner has worked for Rosenthal since 1960. Her work has included 'Metropol' for the Scenario Studio-line range and the vase series 'Porzellanwelle'.
Russian designer Dorothea Charol worked for Rosenthal from 1923 to 1930. Her work included the figurines 'Pierrot', 'Fruhling', 'Tanzerin' and 'Traum'.
German designer Luigi Colani worked for Rosenthal from 1970 to 1972. His worked included the tea service 'Drop'.
British designer Lucienne Day worked for Rosenthal from 1958 to 1966. She designed patterns for the Studio-line range.
German designer and porcelain decorator Erich Demel has worked for Rosenthal since 1962. He was responsible for the patterns 'Electric' on the 'Duo' form and 'Korinth' on the 'Polygon' form.
German designer Helmut Drexler has worked for Rosenthal since 1942. His works includes the patterns 'Karat', 'Goldfeuer' and 'Platinnebel'.
Born in the Czech Republic, Uta Feyl has worked for Rosenthal since 1979. Her work has included the series 'Venus' and 'Vongola' for the Studio-line range.
German designer Cuno Fischer worked for Rosenthal from 1961 to 1972. He designed relief bowls and vases for the Studio-line range.
German designer Martin Freyer (famous for designing the VW emblem for Volkswagen) worked for Rosenthal from 1964 to 1974. He designed the glass collection 'Glasstruktur' for the Studio-line range.
German designer Friedrich Grasel has worked for Rosenthal since 1978. He designed the ceramic sculpture 'Torso'.
German designer Konstantin Grcic has worked for Rosenthal since 2002. He designed the 'Coup' range introduced in 2003 for the Thomas brand.
German designer Walter Gropius (famous for designing the Pan Am Building in New York) worked for Rosenthal from 1963 until his death in 1969. He was responsible for the 'TAC 1' tea-set and the 'TAC 11' coffee-set which were part of the Studio-line range.
American designer Dorothy Hafner started design collaborations with Rosenthal in 1982. Known particularly for her work on the Studio-line range including 'Flash'(1985) and 'Spirit'(1993).
Achim Haigis is an independent designer. Since 2006 he has worked with Rosenthal on the 'Surface' collection of porcelain and glass.
Professor Theodor Karner
Professor Theodor Karner worked for Rosenthal from 1919 to 1934 returning in 1954 until his death in 1966. He was known for his sculptures of animal figurines.
British designer James Kirkwood has worked for Rosenthal since 1972. For the Studio-line range he developed the ceramics tea-set 'Tea for Two'.
American designer Roy Lichtenstein worked for Rosenthal from 1989 to 1997. For the limited art edition he created the tea-set 'Tea-Se'.
Spanish designer Josep Llusca has worked for Rosenthal since 1990. Known primarily for the candleholders/vases series 'Icona' for the Studio-line range.
American designer Raymond Loewy and his partners worked for Rosenthal from 1952 to 1961. They worked on the Dinnerware 'Form 2000' range which was launched originally in 1954 and re-launched in 1984.
Johan van Loon
Dutch designer Johan van Loon has worked for Rosenthal since 1980. His work on Studio-line included his parchment-porcelain and sculptures. Amongst his most successful products are the 'Troll' and 'Fun o'fant' vases.
American designer Charlie Meaker has worked for Rosenthal since 1981. His work includes the range of vases/bowls entitled 'Rotare'.
British designer Jasper Morrison has worked for Rosenthal since 1995. His work includes the shapes 'Moon', 'Moon Cova' and 'Moon C-Line'.
German designer Gisela Muller-Behrendt has worked for Rosenthal since 1980. Her work included several patterns for the Studio-line range.
British designer Rosamunde Nairac has worked for Rosenthal since 1966. She designed various motifs for the different Rosenthal brands and created 'Kissenvase' for Studio-line.
French designer Raymond Peynet designed for Rosenthal between 1955 and 1965. Known for the famous 'The Lovers' decoration.
Italian designer Ambrogio Pozzi worked for Rosenthal since 1967. His work has included 'Duo'(1968), 'Circolo Pozzi'(1970) and for the Celebrity Art Collection in 2004 he created his 'V.I.P.-Plate'.
Marchese Emilio Pucci
Italian designer Marchese Emilio Pucci worked for Rosenthal since 1962. He designed highly accomplished motifs for Studio-line.
British designer Lord David Queensbury and his partner Martin Hunt have worked for Rosenthal since 1979. Their work includes the creation of the shapes 'Trend' and 'Loft'.
Cedric Ragot has been working for Rosenthal since 2006. His works include the collection of 'Fast' vases for the Studio-line range.
Italian designer Aldo Rossi worked for Rosenthal from 1992 to 1997. He created the coffee and dinner service 'Il Faro' for the Studio-line range.
Italian designer Lino Sabattini has been working for Rosenthal since 1985. His work has included the acclaimed 'Gemini', Pinguino' and 'Tasca' porcelain vase designs.
Finnish designer Timo Sarpaneva worked for Rosenthal from 1968 to 2006. His work included the highly acclaimed 'Suomi' design for the Studio-line range.
Italian designer Matteo Thun has worked for Rosenthal since 1995. His work has included for Studio-line the espresso cup 'O Sole Mio' and for the Classic Line the shape 'Anna'.
Jan van der Vaart
Dutch designer Jan van der Vaart has been working for Rosenthal since 1984. His works for the Studio-line range included the series of vases 'Taurus' and 'Konvex/Konkav'.
Gianni & Donatella Versace
In 1993 Versace Italy collaborated with Rosenthal under the initiative 'Rosenthal meets Versace'. An upmarket collection of tableware and gift items was created in the typically opulent and expressive Versace style.
Dutch designer Marcel Wanders was a founder member of Droog which was a collective of Dutch conceptual designers founded in Amsterdam in 1993. Droog began a collaboration with Rosenthal in 1997 during which time Marcel Wanders designed a collection of playful vases including the 'Egg Vase' and the 'Sponge Vase'.
Since 2002 Rosenthal studio-line and the Rosenthal limited art edition have used Andy Warhol's portraits in their porcelain and giftware designs. The Rosenthal studio-line collection features Andy Warhol's portraits of Elvis, Empire (New York) and Marilyn Munro images.
Born in Denmark, Bjorn Wiinblad has worked for Rosenthal since 1957. He has designed numerous ranges including 'Asimmetria', 'Lotus', 'Romanze' and 'Zauberflote'. Within the limited art series he created the furniture system 'Die vier Himmelsrichtungen'. He also designed greeting cards of porcelain and barbecue tables of ceramics.
Finnish designer Sami Wirkkala has worked for Rosenthal since 1978. His work includes the series of ceramics 'Tampere' and 'Fresco' for the Studio-line range.
Finnish designer Tapio Wirkkala's collaboration with Rosenthal started in 1956. His work included 'Variation'(1962), 'Composition'(1963), Tea for Two'(1964), 'Assam'(1968), 'Polygon'(1973) and 'Century'(1979).
Frogen Yang (H J Sharon Yang b. 1953)
Born in Indonesia, Yang has worked for Rosenthal since 1993. He designed several successful decorations for the Studio-line range including his coca-cola and milk container vases for the 'Do Not Litter' collection.
Italian designer Marco Zanini has worked for Rosenthal since 1997. His work has included the series of vases and bowls 'Murrina' for the Studio-line range.