For Hering Berlin chief designer Stefanie Hering, the examination of the desires and needs of top chefs is often the initial spark for creating objects that later become signature pieces for herself. One of the most important of these initiators is Christian Jürgens. His restaurant Überfahrt in the Althoff Seehotel Überfahrt am Tegernsee is listed with three Michelin stars and an incredible 19.5 Gault Millau points. Christian Jürgens combines the highest international standards with his cuisine and his close ties to the region. His style is based on classic German and French cuisine, which he interprets in a new, light way. "In the Restaurant Überfahrt, you always experience a brilliant surprise with every plate and a wink in the creations," says Christian Jürgens. The Hering Berlin porcelains that Christian Jürgens wanted for his creations should also be very special. "Cielo, for example, is one of my favourite collections. These plates, which are pierced by hand, with their fine holes, bear witness to an unbelievably delicate aesthetic character and are at the same time robust - and thus unique in table culture".