Here the ceramics for the Friedensreich Hundertwasser buildings all over the world are produced
"The Ebinger is the best ceramist in the world!" - This quote by the artist, nature and human friend Friedensreich Hundertwasser best describes the long and fruitful cooperation between Hundertwasser and the Ebinger Bad Ems workshop. In 1984, at the beginning of the construction of the first Hundertwasser architecture project, the artist found a broadly diversified repertoire of craftsmanship and a comprehensive colour palette of glazes to realise his architectural visions. In more than two decades, world-famous projects in Europe, USA, Japan and New Zealand were created, such as the Hundertwasser House in Vienna or the waste incineration plant in Osaka - Japan. The thermal spa village in Bad Blumau - Austria and the winery "Stags Leap" in California. Also many projects in Germany, the railway station in Uelzen, the Martin-Luther-Gymnasium in Wittenberg or residential buildings in Bad Soden, Darmstadt, Plochingen and Magdeburg have become famous. The list is long, because Hundertwasser has developed more than 40 architectural projects. Even after Hundertwasser's death, authorized Hundertwasser architectures are still being planned and built by his friend, manager and trustee of the estate Joram Harel. The ceramics from the Ebinger-Schnaß workshop will continue to make a large contribution to the typical appearance in the future. A visit to the ceramic workshop is only possible after registration at the workshop. A factory or souvenir sale does not exist.