High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
Ichendorf Milano

High Rise Tumbler

Regular price$28.00
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The High Rise carafes are a nod to the elegance of towering skyscrapers (hence the name). They make a perfect skyline right at your bedside as these colorful cups stack comfortably in the top of the carafe when not in use. They're made of very light, hand blown borosilicate glass and are a pleasure to use.

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS

Borosilicate glass

H. 7.8 ⌀ 8 - W. 8 L. 8.0

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about the designer

Keiji Takeuchi established his studio in Milan in 2015 after working for Naoto Fukasawa for over a decade. In 2016 he received EDIDA Young Japanese talent award by Elle Deco Japan. Today Takeuchi is collaborating with major international brands such as Boffi, De Padova, Living Divani, Geiger / Hermanmiller and others for various design projects.

High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
High Rise Tumbler - Son of Rand
Ichendorf Milano

High Rise Tumbler

Regular price$28.00
/
Color
  • shipping calculated at checkout
  • SSL secured payment processing
The High Rise carafes are a nod to the elegance of towering skyscrapers (hence the name). They make a perfect skyline right at your bedside as these colorful cups stack comfortably in the top of the carafe when not in use. They're made of very light, hand blown borosilicate glass and are a pleasure to use.

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS

Borosilicate glass

H. 7.8 ⌀ 8 - W. 8 L. 8.0

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

about the designer

Keiji Takeuchi established his studio in Milan in 2015 after working for Naoto Fukasawa for over a decade. In 2016 he received EDIDA Young Japanese talent award by Elle Deco Japan. Today Takeuchi is collaborating with major international brands such as Boffi, De Padova, Living Divani, Geiger / Hermanmiller and others for various design projects.

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