Klatt Objects

‘The Klatt Objects concept was born of the need to create something meaningful and beautiful. It’s all about roots, appreciation and the positive vibe created when we can identify with and feel at home in our environment. Objects for our multifaceted selves.’

Detlef Klatt.

Detlef Klatt is the author and designer of all the collections. Each collector’s piece within his stringently developed small series works both in creative arrangements and on its own. The collection also features unique pieces of art which serve as extravagant eye-catchers. His own designs are complemented by the hand-picked works of international artists and designers.

Appreciation is a key theme in Detlef Klatt’s work. His particular respect towards nature is reflected in his choice of and then use of predominantly natural materials. Fine bone china, unusual woods, carefully selected mother-of-pearl and alternative materials ranging from jetsam to plant fibres.

TRADITION AND RESPECT

What’s more, he is unparalleled in his understanding of how to fuse Japanese and northern European design approaches with the originality of traditional Philippine craftsmanship.

For KLATT OBJECTS, Detlef Klatt works with the best craftspeople, family businesses and workshops in the Philippines, a culture with a long-standing tradition of craftsmanship that thrives to this day.

DETLEF KLATT

For KLATT OBJECTS, Detlef Klatt works with the best craftspeople, family businesses and workshops in the Philippines, a culture with a long-standing tradition of craftsmanship that thrives to this day.

 Detlef Klatt founded KLATT OBJECTS in summer 2019. As the brand’s author and curator, he stands for its high standards of design quality, sustainability and social responsibility.

With KLATT OBJECTS, this all-rounder has realised a very particular dream of his and is also returning to his roots. The brand is based in Klatt’s home town of Louisendorf (Kleve district), which boasts a remarkable combination of nature and town planning that has very much shaped his perception of design.