10.02.2017 - 14.02.2017 — Hall: 4.1 Stand: F 29
Franz Collection aims to revive Chinese porcelain heritage and integrates classical, contemporary, Western and Eastern aesthetics. Inspired by nature, the brand intends to interpret the perfection and harmony among Heaven, Earth and Mankind, deliver the eternal values of culture and bridge different cultures. The company is able to produce three-dimensional porcelain art with traditional handicraft and modern technology.
Franz Collection is the number one porcelain art designer and producer in Asia. With its headquarters in Taipei and factory in Jingdezhen, the company owns about 200 retail stores in Asia and has marketed its functional art to several thousands of retailers in 66 countries, including prominent department stores and shopping centers such as Harrods in London, Bloomingdale’s and Bergdorf Goodman in the U.S., Mitzukoshi in Taiwan, Plaza Indonesia in Jakarta and Pavilion in Kuala Lumpur.
Franz Collection has worked with different international partners, including the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the National Palace Museum in Taipei, the Palace Museum in Beijing and the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the U.S. These museums have licensed the company to transform some of their important collections into porcelain art. Franz Collection was invited to exhibit in Europe’s largest porcelain museum Porzellanikon Selb in Germany and French national porcelain museum Adrien Dubouché in Limoges because its global influence on this ancient art form is recognized by both museums. The company American/German piano manufacturer Steinway & Sons on special projects. Featured in numerous media including The New York Times, The Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Time and Elle Décor.
Franz Collection has won numerous awards, including “The Best in Gift” award from the New York International Gift Show, “The Best for Ceramic Gift” from the GUILD specialist gift retailers UK and “Seal of Excellence for Handicrafts” from UNESCO 5 years in a row.
With a style that is unique, inviting, stylish, cultural and artistic, the brand continues its innovative path, providing the world with perfect gifts, home décor and functional art.
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