She was trained by and worked for the Czech glass artist Jan Adam, gained experience at the design department of Peter Schmidt Studios, Hamburg and joined the team at Studio Dror in New York in 2005, before founding Studio Verena Schreppel.
She began the development of her unique jewellery designs during her studies. She enjoys working with various transformations of material in order to create new aesthetics.
In 2010 she began to focus on her jewellery collection, working on product design projects and enjoying Berlin as the new location of her studio.
After test castings of different structures, the Doppelripp fabric – a fine knitted fabric, often used in the underwear industry – combined the highest haptic and visual quality to be used as handles for the cutlery design.
The shape of the cutlery with a soft formal connection between handle and functional top, are designed to let the fabric spread over the surface and build a strong texture.
The prototype of the cutlery Singlet is made of brass silver plated.
The prototype of the cup is made of porcelain.