For over 90 years, Loewe has invented, re-invented, and innovated how we know and understand television. Through this time, Loewe has have kept the "Made in Germany" promise. The company's development, production and service departments remain based in Kronach (Upper Franconia). From there, Loewe has built long-term partnerships with suppliers and employees. Teams work with huge dedication and take great pride in striving to meet and exceed the highest quality standards. A combination of innovation, expertise and unique experience gives Loewe a distinct advantage when competing with the "big players" in the industry.
Loewe inspires with products that have timeless aesthetic appeal and unique individuality, meaningful technology and easy operation.
Crucial to the success of Loewe is the combination of high-tech, design, quality, and ease of use. The products are characterised by clean, precise and elegant shapes that retain their quality of finish throughout their lifetime. These Loewe products have already won more than 200 international design awards.
Loewe invented television as we know it. At the 8th Berlin Radio Exhibition in 1931, "Radio AG D. S. Loewe" presented the world's first electronic film transmission. Manfred von Ardenne, Loewe's first Chief Engineer, found the perfect replacement for inefficient mechanical picture transmission methods - the "Braun" cathode ray tube. With this, the Loewe brothers' company embarked upon a path that was to set the course for the brand's future.