TraditionDIE FENSTER & TÜREN MANUFAKTUR
RvE – Die Fenster & Türen Manufaktur has evolved from a family history reaching back to the 17th century.
In 1681 Johann Dietrich Rincklake from Harsewinkel establishes a joinery in Münster. In the course of the 19th century, the company starts a trading business while expanding the workshop. The company is getting more and more known which, for instance, leads to Theodor Rincklake being commissioned with the interior design of the German pavilion's wine restaurant at the world exposition in Paris, in 1900.
In 1931, Annette, Theodor Rincklake's only daughter, marries merchant Georg van Endert. The company's good reputation survives the turmoil of the Second World War and 1949 Rincklake van Endert is commissioned with designing the interior of the German Chancellery in Bonn. In the following years, the company opens news branch locations and expands its business premises.
In 1997 Rudolf Rincklake van Endert discovers the interior design and fittings of yachts, jets and residences as a new business area and founds Metrica Interior.
In 2012, he and security expert Artur Schmidt take charge as CEOs of the RvE - Die Fenster und Türen Manufaktur. He does the company that is a specialist for high-quality windows and doors under the name of RvE- Die Fenster + Türen Manufaktur.