Porcelain tin "Cat Angela" with black graphic lines, handmade by the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory Augarten, designed by the designer duo Maik Perfahl and Wolfgang List of the Viennese Agency mostlikely.
Hightech and Viennese Tradition - an ongoing affair: Mostlikely and Augarten Porcelain continue to skillfully combine high-tech and Viennese tradition. Owl and Penguin, figurines that look like they are made triangles and rectangles of paper, now have company: the cat box.
The Vienna Porcelain Manufactory has been internationally recognized for almost 300 years ofr porcelain figurines of the highest quality. The Viennese designer coop and agency "mostlikely" combines architecture, digital graphic design and acoustics in a manner that makes the boundaries between the individual disciplines fluid. High-tech and Viennese tradition provide the basis for successful collaboration. This appeared to be a culture shock in 2014, but it became a success story with a new chpater in 2015: the CAT BOX.
Its predeccsors Penguin and Owl were based on do-it-yourself paper lamp shades - the MOSTLIKELY ANIMALS - designed in 2012 by Maik Perfahl and Wolfgang List, and according to them "the cat box, like its predeccsors, has an angular, low-poly design that looks like folded paper but has been captured permanently in porcelain."
The characteristic cubic design of the porcelain cat box is available in a stripped-back white version, as well as in an individual, romantic decoration - designed by our inhouse painter Angela Busch.