For this new bed linen collection, Schlossberg was able to inspire famous authors to write exclusive bedtime stories that are then printed onto the finest satin.
Edition: Doris Dörrie
How do I know if I am awake or dreaming?
The edition by Doris Dörrie is a work of art that describes the beauty of dreaming and pays homage to sleep as a source of inspiration. A one-to-one interview with the artist at the Metropol theatre in Munich gives an insight into the author's personal views on daytime and the world of dreams and reality.
Edition: Peter Stamm
Peter Stamm uses 23 lines and 176 words for his Schlossberg bedtime story, creating a tale that is as natural as it is inspiring, and takes the reader on a journey to their inner self. It is a short literary text about the transition from sleeping to waking, as well as feelings sensed during nocturnal awakening, the fading of dreams and morning dawn.
In a personal interview, Peter Stamm reveals where he gets his ideas from and what he thinks about bed linen.
Edition: Peter Greenaway
In the course of the bedtime stories collection, Schlossberg reintroduced the design of the artist and director Peter Greenaway, which had already been launched in 1995. The bed linen work of Peter Greenaway is a typographical, innovative design and shows extracts from his script notes
We visited the artist in his adopted home, Amsterdam, in order to find out more about his life, work, designs and the background of his work with Schlossberg.