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FAIRWERK – Inntal workshops

A2 / B 41

When FAIRWERK was established in 1996, we set off on an exciting journey. The Attl Foundation’s Inntal Workshops (Inntal-Werkstätten der Stiftung Attl) decided to establish their own brand for home accessories, gifts and wooden toys, and to venture into the free market. Working together with a designer, we developed the FAIRWERK concept. The aim was to develop appealing design products and high quality standards that would convince customers. This idea also inspired us when creating the brand name: FAIR products and business practices provided by the Inntal-WERKstätten (WORKshops). Today we couldn’t be prouder of the way FAIRWERK has developed over the last 25 years. In the new catalogue, we present the latest collection and our new products.
FAIRWERK products are made at the Inntal Workshops located in Wasserburg on Inn, Bavaria. We use sophisticated manufacturing processes to convert
high-quality materials into elegantly proportioned and functional design products. What distinguishes us is a high degree of personal commitment and respectful collaboration.
As an institution for people needing assistance, the Attl Foundation is as diverse as the people who live and work there. Its four business units – living, learning, working, outpatient care – provide people with the basic conditions they need to lead their lives as independently and as much under their own responsibility as possible.
High quality and fair prices are very important to us. We have remained true to our philosophy of producing as many goods as possible ourselves. The supply chain for our products is transparent and sustainable. When you choose FAIRWERK, you are buying high-quality design products made in Germany that are socially and ecologically sustainable.

Christmas & Seasonals, Decorations & Accessories, Floristry & Garden, Gifts & Fun, Kitchen & Tabletop

Candleholders, Decorative articles, Home accessoires, Metal designs, Miscellaneous gift articles, Table décor, Vases, Wind lights, Wooden articles, Wooden toys