As a special eye-catcher at INTERNORGA 2019, the new tableware series KALEIDO invited visitors to explore another world and new perspectives.
A changed angle of vision, like a view through the kaleidoscope, results in a variety of colour variations and possible combinations. In connection with KALEIDO's colour world, visitors were invited to dream their way around the world. Through prismatic surfaces and harmonious colours, the variation possibilities seem almost infinite. From Iceland Grey, a soft rock tone, to Sky, a soft blue, to the desert with Sahara gold, the visitor was moved to travel further into the Caribbean. Caribic Teal, a rich turquoise green, and Wild Purple - the dark but delicate purple of a wild orchid, together with Midnight, a deep dark midnight blue, provide contrast. Not only the relief in prism form, but also the colour glaze lends this tableware series its very special charm. Strong and delicate tones in alternation bring the journey around the world to the table as if through a kaleidoscope and invite you to linger and dream.
Equally interesting for the visitor was the range of dishes matching the porcelain cooking pot. The fun of Mix & Match can thus be experienced both at the stove and on the table.
The colour palette of COOK & SERVE - The porcelain cooking pot has been extended by 5 trendy and popular colours to a total range of 12 colours next to white. The bright turquoise green attracts attention and skilfully sets the scene for the porcelain cooking pot. The colour plum radiates comfort and warmth. Combined with the colour anthracite, this results in a multitude of elegant and trend-oriented design options both in the kitchen and on the laid table.
The colour of the year 2019 - Living Coral and a widely desired cherry red complete the colour palette. Special attention is paid to the rich red colour, which blends in very well with the existing range of colours and cuts a fine figure not only on the table (especially at Christmas time) but also on the grill.
The colour coral also picks up the warm approach in its reddish nuance and stands in a beautiful contrast to anthracite.