Porcelain jug by Walter Gropius
The tableware is characterised by Gropius' preference for puristic, geometric forms. It is reminiscent of the Bauhaus, but has a timeless effect and blends into any table ambience.
When Rosenthal launched TAC by Walter Gropius on the market in 1969, his designs also included a formally completely independent series for the coffee table, which did not go into production. In the drawer of product development there were already drawings for a dining service, which followed the design language of the successful tea set. They now served as a template for the current Rosenthal TAC Gropius tableware.
The TAC jug is made of porcelain, which is suitable both for the microwave, and for the dishwasher. With a capacity of 1.15 l, juices and other cold drinks can be served stylishly in the jug.