form – die Zwanzigste

Fair for Applied Arts and Design in South Germany. Preview

After two decades, form has established itself as a leading trade fair for the applied arts and design in southern Germany. form will present masterful craftsmanship and excellent design by 30 exhibitors from Germany, Switzerland and Austria from September 25 to 27, 2015 in Ludwighafen’s former customs house, which dates from 1836 and is located immediately alongside Lake Constance. Selected examples are shown in the Showroom section of our current print issue and below.

Axel Heizmann


Chair made of polished and oiled wenge wood

 Sipplingen, Germany /

Uta K. Becker


Object and vessel, raku firing technique

Hoffnungsthal, Germany /

Sophie Kloess & Jan Hebach


Serving spoon, napkin ring, 925 silver

Hildesheim, Germany /

Sabine Reichert


Zartblau necklace, silver, gold, acrylic resin, carnelians, peridots. Photo David Franck

Stuttgart, Germany /

Hubert Steffe


Cutting block for kitchen and table, cutting and serving block with magnetic mount for a knife. Cherry wood and end grain walnut

Bremen, Germany /

Sabine Reichert


owls, enchased by hand. Silver, matted acrylic resin lenses. Photo David Franck

Stuttgart, Germany /

Oliver Kreiter


Sun box, blackened oak, maple, felt, 32 × 6 cm

Wangen, Germany /

Carolin Engel


Hats, caps, accessories. Photo René Lamb

Radolfzell, Germany /

Uwe Berger


Brooch, 750 gold, 900 gold, lazurite, Boulderopal
Brooch, 750 gold, 900 gold, lazurite, Boulderopal
Bangle, 750 gold, brilliants
Bangle, 750 gold, brilliants

Radolfzell, Germany /

Irène Saxer


Vest. Merino wool, felting wool. Scarf, tussah silk, felting wool

Illighausen, Switzerland /

Antoinette Nell


Ladies business bag, bovine leather, fur

Altdorf, Switzerland /

Evelyne Fricker


A cotton skirt with braids from grandmother’s fabric chest

Dornbirn, Austria /

Published in ART AUREA 3-2015

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    Hafenstr. 5
    78351 Bodman-Ludwigshafen am Bodensee
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