Tequila Sunrise Jug - Son of Rand
Tequila Sunrise Jug - Son of Rand
Tequila Sunrise Jug - Son of Rand
Ichendorf Milano

Tequila Sunrise Jug

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The work of Japanese-Italian studio MIST-O, the 2003 ‘Tequila Sunrise’ carafe collection comprises glass jugs and bottles in various sizes. Each piece is a juxtaposition of glass elements in different colours (including deep amber, smoky grey and bottle green), which makes it look as if it has liquid in it already. Each borosilicate glass piece is hand-blown in Italy.

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS

      H. 29.5 ⌀ 11 - W. 18 L. 11.0
Borosilicate Glass

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about the designer

MIST-O Noa Ikeuchi, Japanese, and Tommaso Nani, Italian, have a bond made of empathy and design, in which simplicity and rationality meet in a contemporary frame. The meeting and union of different meanings and symbols is at the center of their philosophy. Objects and relations arise from these encounters.

Tequila Sunrise Jug - Son of Rand
Tequila Sunrise Jug - Son of Rand
Tequila Sunrise Jug - Son of Rand
Ichendorf Milano

Tequila Sunrise Jug

Regular price$115.00
/
  • shipping calculated at checkout
  • SSL secured payment processing
The work of Japanese-Italian studio MIST-O, the 2003 ‘Tequila Sunrise’ carafe collection comprises glass jugs and bottles in various sizes. Each piece is a juxtaposition of glass elements in different colours (including deep amber, smoky grey and bottle green), which makes it look as if it has liquid in it already. Each borosilicate glass piece is hand-blown in Italy.

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS

      H. 29.5 ⌀ 11 - W. 18 L. 11.0
Borosilicate Glass

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

about the designer

MIST-O Noa Ikeuchi, Japanese, and Tommaso Nani, Italian, have a bond made of empathy and design, in which simplicity and rationality meet in a contemporary frame. The meeting and union of different meanings and symbols is at the center of their philosophy. Objects and relations arise from these encounters.

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