Money-boxes in stop motion.
height 215 mm | width 160 mm | depth 130 mm | prototype | china | photo: Matthias Ritzmann
A capsule with different textile handles.
height 75 mm | Ø 105 mm | prototype | china | photo: Matthias Ritzmann
Hidden Culture consists of figurative objects and vessels. Through this collection the designer attempts to reveal the history and mythology of each one of these objects. In this way he singles out all these elements that define the existence and form of an item making it easier for everyone to “understand” and evaluate it.
A box with a cat-mirror.
height 70 mm | width 7,5 mm | depth 7,5 mm | prototype | china | photo: Matthias Ritzmann
This porcelain collection is based on such concepts as cultural identity and aestheticization and their influence when it comes to the creation and functionality of an object. Bernhard Elsässer considers that the selection of the appropriate material is very important, as this is one element which adds “poetry” and functionality to his creation.
A beer-bottle with a gold-nugget.
height 270 mm | Ø 70 mm | prototype | china | photo: Matthias Ritzmann
About BERNHARD ELSÄSSER
00-03 Apprenticeship as a Graphic Designer, Munich
03 Internship at “Zoot me”, fashion studio, Munich
04 Design-Assistant at Industrial Designer “Christian Haas”, Munich
04- Fashion Design Studies; Burg Giebichenstein, University of Art and Design Halle/Saale
09/10 Interior Design Studies at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle/Saale