Porcelain jug by Walter Gropius
Rosenthal's TAC jug comes from the series of the same name, designed by Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius and named after his Boston office 'The Architects Collaborative'.
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.