KAHLA new products
We are expanding the cupit reusability concept by adding more features and colours
The success formula for a sustainable life style is now becoming even more functional and colourful: a new, closed cover makes storing and transporting food and drink easier than ever. The colour range was expanded by two trendy colours – "fresh herbs", a pale green, and "dark cherry", a deep, rich red.
The collection includes individual pieces and small sets from different KAHLA series that are designed to function independently outside of the context of a porcelain series. Pieces like the Sugar Loaf or Plié are independent designs and because of their design autonomy can adapt to any setting and any ambiance. This makes these collector's items timeless pieces, as gifts for others or to keep for yourself.
The new décor "linen & cotton" by KAHLA designer Lisa Keller decorates the Elixyr series (design form: Barbara Schmidt), which received numerous awards for its outstanding design. „Linen & cotton“ plays with the textures of linen and cotton and presents them in a new form: on the plate instead of next to it or underneath.
KAHLA combines new fairy tale décors for children with cheerful tableware for the whole family.
Four sets with fairy tale motifs by Hamburg-based illustrator Katharina Sieg are combined with colour-coordinated pieces from the KAHLA Pronto series and articles from the design collections Update and Five Senses to create a cheerful atmosphere at the table.
With Magic Grip „On Tour”, KAHLA presents the first porcelain for boats.
Its functional aspects are geared specifically towards the needs of sailors and owners of yachts and motor boats: the innovative Magic Grip coating on the underside of the porcelain makes it slip-resistant and provides plates, cups and bowls with a secure grip also in heavier seas. The special tableware will remain secure and stable on all typical furniture on board – whether it is made of wood, synthetics or other common materials. In addition, it protects delicate, varnished surfaces from scratches, reduces noise and allows the gentle and secure stacking of several pieces on top of each other.