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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:26 AM
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by Claudia Endler last modified Sep 21, 2011

What strikes me the most is the minimalism couple with the reinterpretation of conventional designs, with a fresh approach.  Enhancing our every day usage makes it special.   The Revolution Collection glassware’s contents seem to be floating and defying gravity holding up with wine, water, champagne or soup on a pedestal — Continue reading …




 

 


What strikes me the most is the minimalism couple with the reinterpretation of conventional designs, with a fresh approach.  Enhancing our every day usage makes it special.   The Revolution Collection glassware’s contents seem to be floating and defying gravity holding up with wine, water, champagne or soup on a pedestal so to speak.  Creating reverence for the contents as it takes center stage in the glassware.
Not surprisingly designer Felicia Ferrone studied architecture and product design evidenced in her development of the Revolution Collection.  Not only is the Revolution in the permanent design collection of the Art Institute of Chicago it was also awarded the prestigious Good Design Award.
This collection of handcrafted borosilicate glass is thermal resistant for a range of hot and cold use.  Made in the Czech Republic, it is oven, microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe.

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