Fissler presents design study: Fissler’s Asian art edition

Cooking encounters art. With its Asian art edition for stainless steel pots, Fissler is illustrating a new definition of KochKUNST – the Art of Cooking – at Ambiente 2013.
Two renowned artists from China have drawn inspiration from the elements for a total of six colored decors – earth, fire, water, air, metal and wood – to make every pot into a small work of art.
For the debut of its interpretation of KochKUNST – the Art of Cooking – which will be seen for the first time at the Ambiente, Fissler has come up with something truly special. The stainless steel items and the original water colors will be presented as an art exhibition. Narrations describing the artists and their works will invite you to become immersed in a fascinating world of cooking and art at the Fissler stand.

Craftsmanship – Made in Germany
Fissler has been an expert in the field of stainless steel decoration for more than 30 years. In Germany and in many other countries, Fissler is the only cookware manufacturer that currently masters the complex technology of applying ceramic decor patterns to stainless steel pots, before the bases of the pots are attached. Fissler has been decorating stainless steel pots with patterns at its home manufacturing location in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, since the beginning of the 1970s. The decors of the Fissler’s Asian art design study will now be making their debut at the Ambiente 2013, whereby Fissler will continue to expand its position as a pioneer in stainless steel decoration.

Design art from China
Through the collaboration between well-known contemporary Chinese artists and the family company established in 1845, unusual design art has joined forces with the perfect Made in Germany engineering know-how to create a unique work. Yet the significance of this project goes much farther for Fissler. The cookware manufacturer has been successful in the Asian market for many years. Asia is now one of the most important economic regions for Fissler and has thus developed into a driving force for growth and innovation.

The artists of the six decors – one motif from nature and five butterfly patterns:

  • Chen Liu created the painting “Wood.” He was born in 1973 in Kunming (capital of the Province Yunnan) and today is a Professor at the Art Academy of the University of Yunnan. His works have been shown in numerous exhibitions, whereby many of his creations have been awarded prestigious prizes.
  • The five butterfly water colors were created by Zhang Hui, who was born in Shanghai in 1957. He became famous in the 1980s through comics, some of which appeared on the title pages of art magazines. Inspired by the blue-and-white Jingdezhen Porcelain, Zhang Hui created his own porcelain art, which he presented to great critical praise in October 2012 at the Jingdezhen Porcelain Exhibition.


About Fissler

Fissler GmbH has stood for high-quality cookware for decades. The company has been granted more than 200 patents and utility models in the past 50 years alone. The German family enterprise was founded in 1845 in Idar-Oberstein by Carl Philipp Fissler. Today the brand stands for cooking with pleasure and passion and is one of the world’s leading brands for high-quality cookware. The family enterprise employs a workforce of 772. Fissler bears the TOP 100 seal of approval, making it one of the most innovative medium-sized companies in Germany. Fissler premium products are "Made in Germany", and distributed in more than 70 countries. For further information:


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