Zaha Hadid Design Brings The Concepts Of Architecture Into Tableware - Yanko Design
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Zaha Hadid Design has launched a new collection of tableware inspired by cellular organisms and cutting-edge technology. The collections, including 'Cell,' 'Swirl,' 'Prime,' 'Hew,' and 'Pulse,' showcase the studio's commitment to pushing design boundaries and pay homage to the late architect Zaha Hadid's distinctive aesthetic. Crafted in glass and polished stainless steel, these pieces blend organic forms with innovation.
Crafted meticulously in glass and polished stainless steel, these pieces not only showcase the studio's commitment to pushing design boundaries but also pay homage to the late architect Zaha Hadid's distinctive aesthetic, blending organic forms inspired by cellular organisms with cutting-edge technology.
The 'Hew' drinkware series from Zaha Hadid Design redefines traditional glassmaking. Born out of the studio's exploration of erosion and carving concepts, the highball, tumbler, and carafe pieces in the series balance form and function. Craftsmanship is emphasized in this series, showcasing ZHD's commitment to pushing boundaries.
Born out of ZHD's extensive exploration of erosion and carving concepts, the 'Hew' drinkware series is a tactile and visually engaging ensemble. Comprising a highball, tumbler, and carafe, each piece epitomizes the delicate balance between form and function.
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