Oswald Haerdtl (1899–1959) studied under Kolo Moser and worked together with Josef Hoffmann. He was one of the key Austrian architects and designers of the inter-war and post-war periods. His magnum opus is the Wien Museum on Karlsplatz. Apart from furniture, lamps, chinaware and glasses, Haerdtl also designed cutlery and objects made of silver.
We have newly manufactured his pattern No. 192 and a martelé dish. Many of Haerdtl's design drawings are preserved in our company archives.