TAC serving dish/underplate 33cm
Superb streamlined porcelain from one of the great figures of modern architecture and design.
Walter Gropius, founder of the legendary Bauhaus, designed this beautiful and highly original tea service in 1969. The tea set is available in either white or black.
TAC dinnerware is made in very high quality porcelain. The glaze is almost translucent in its sheen. This is a really spectacular example of 20th century classic design.
Rosenthal has been an extraordinary faceted company now over 130 years. With its fascinating brands it is seen as one of the world's leading producers of up-to-date, innovative design for the well-laid table.
Walter Gropius was one of the most influential architects of the twentieth century. He studied at the Colleges of Technology of Berlin and Munich before working under the German architect Peter Behrens from 1907-10. He was influenced by the writings of Frank Lloyd Wright. He founded the Bauhaus (House of Building), one of the most influential architecture and design schools of the 20th century. The rise of National Socialism and Adolf Hitler drove Gropius out of Germany. He first went to London, but eventually settled in Boston, where he taught at Harvard and MIT.