30 Grad - The MÜHLE Magazine
The 30 Grad magazine is published semi-annually and illuminates the cosmos of MÜHLE.We named the 30 Grad Magazine after the angle at which you should shave with your wet razor. Just as the morning ritual of shaving is a short break, the reading should also encourage you to take a pleasurable break.
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30 GRAD magazine gets a new look
After 7 years and 13 issues it's been time for a little makeover: Our magazine comes in a new design & format, with new topics and more content.
Thematically, we stay closer to the mill world: In this issue, we introduce you to the tyre turner Christian Werner, who stands for the traditional wood craft of our homeland, the Erzgebirge, like hardly anyone else. We also visited Victoire de Taillac and Ramdane Touhami in Paris, who have created a unique universe for special cosmetics and drugstore products with their "Officine Universelle Buly". Many more stories and a photo spread by still life expert Sebastian Kruthoffer await you in this issue.
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Lord of the rings
(Issue #14 – 2/2022)
Invented around 1800, the woodworking technique practised by
wheelwrights gave a boost to toy production in the Ore Mountains. Today,
machines are faster. Only Christian Werner still works the
old-fashioned way. We paid a visit to his workshop in Seiffen.
Of craftspeople, tinkerers and inventors
(Issue #13 – 1/2022)
Porcelain, watches, writing implements, shaving products – almost nowhere else in Germany is the density of traditional manufactories as high as it is in Saxony. Why is that?
Antiques with a modern twist
(Issue #14 – 2/2022)
Innovation in a 19th century ambience: Together with her husband Ramdane Touhami, Victoire de Taillac created Officine Universelle Buly – a unique cosmetic emporium where modern science and antique décor go together as a matter of course.
The MÜHLE ABC
Selected articles from 30 degrees magazine
6. July 2020Breathing life into a high art
The glass manufactory of the von Poschinger family in the Bavarian Forest has been in existence since 1568. Benedikt von Poschinger makes sure that it is not outdated despite all the tradition - by cooperating with young designers and other interesting manufactories.continue reading