Birgitta Aßhauer creates in her studio screens, glass tables and windows in an elegant, modern style. The screens are light-flooded room dividers, eye-catchers and art objects.
Birgitta Aßhauer trained as a graphic designer and subsequently studied at the University of Arts in Berlin. After starting in a garage in Berlin, Birgitta Aßhauer settled the manufactory Transparenz-Glasgestaltung in a bright studio near Potsdam. The design and the materials used are heavily influenced by the Bauhaus style and its combination of steel and glass.
Every single glass configuration is unique and individually crafted, displaying constant creative development. Through the process of sandblasting glass, a combination of shaded and transparent glass within one structure is allowed, providing an interesting creative light effect in the room. As a result of this high production standards and individuality, the objects are regularly presented in spectacular historic settings such as the German Historic Museum and the KPM Berlin.