Wallpaper* explores glassware units for each event for this edit of consuming vessels, champagne glasses, pitchers, tumblers and coupes. From the perfect wine and cocktail glasses for dinner events (and extra), to minimalist, on a regular basis kitchen glassware, we choose the best glassware in each format, created by the perfect designers and modern manufacturers.
Browse our edit of glassware units for each event
Minimalist feast glassware
Title: ‘Revolution’ assortment
Model: Felicia Ferrone, for Fferrone
Value: from $160
Initially designed by Felicia Ferrone in 2001, this glassware set marked the debut of the Amercian designer’s model. Every glass has two sides, one deeper and yet one more shallow, permitting for a number of functionalities inside the assortment. The concept for this dual-sided method was the results of a night eating with shut buddies, Ferrone recollects, as seen by means of her educated architect’s lens. ‘The glassware reinvents the panorama of the desk with its minimalist architectural types: wine, water, cocktails and soup all seem to defy gravity with the floating impact of the hole reverse aspect.’
Title: ‘Scotch’ tumblers and carafe
Model: Robert Stadler, for Lobmeyr
Value: from €238
The ‘Scotch’ whisky set is known as after its meant goal but in addition affords a play on phrases as it could check with Scotch tape, which impressed the hand-engraved tape-like strips on both sides of the tumblers.
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Title: ‘Pigmento’ assortment
Model: Formafantasma for Nude Glass
Value: from €63
This assortment of glassware by Formafantasma consists of pitchers, cake domes, dishes in numerous sizes and glass containers, outlined by a colored gradient in pink, yellow and grey on mouth-blown crystalline glass that shows a sandblasted matte look.
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Title: ‘31.3 Polygon Glassware’
Model: Omer Arbel for OAO Works
Value: from $575
Bocci founder and artistic director Omer Arbel created the OAO Works’ ‘31.3 Polygon Glassware’ in collaboration with a Czech glassmaker, who makes use of historical color formulation to make items after which provides Arbel along with his leftovers. These items are used to make glasses and prisms in shapes derived from a mathematical downside referred to as five-fold tiling.
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Variations on a basic: cocktail glasses and champagne coupes
Title: ‘Puck’ assortment
Model: Tom Dixon
Value: from £65
Tom Dixon brings playfulness to the desk along with his modern cocktail glassware, which pairs a satisfyingly thick base, harking back to ice hockey pucks, with elegant geometric types, corresponding to cylinders, cones and spheres. The gathering creates a classy set of consummate companions for our cocktails.
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Title: ‘Half Lower’ champagne coupes
Model: Lee Broom
Value: £80 every
British designer Lee Broom references the thick shapes of decanter stoppers to create the bottom of his champagne glasses. Every of the 4 vessels is mounted on a particular, etched base, with the choice of blending and matching from the gathering to create a glassware set.
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Title: ‘Gather’ assortment
Model: Area Copenhagen for &Custom
Value: on request
Designed by Area Copenhagen for Danish model &Custom, the ‘Gather’ vary of glassware options timeless shapes product of mouth-blown glass. The design studio founders, Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou, needed to create a group of house equipment ‘that may encourage a welcoming atmosphere’: the glasses are half of a bigger household that features fashionable desk linen, brass equipment and additional glass objects corresponding to carafes and bowls.
Important on a regular basis kitchen glassware
Title: ‘Glass / M’
Value: from £4
Easy and durable, this trio of minimalist consuming glasses by Hay is out there in small, medium and huge sizes. Compact and stackable, the important design permits for the consuming glasses to double as a bowl for snacks.
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Title: ‘Piuma’ assortment
Model: Ichendorf Milano
Value: from £16
Designed by Marco Sironi, the ‘Piuma’ tableware options a wholly clear design that completely showcases the standard of Ichendorf Milano’s Italian craftsmanship. As its title signifies (which means ‘feather’ in Italian), ‘Piuma’ is a light-weight and chic assortment. We significantly just like the important cylindrical design of the milk jug (pictured).
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