Light + Building 2012 Frankfurt – Bubbles in Space by Jitka Kamencová Skuhravá for Lasvit

July 11th, 2012 by retail design blog

Do you fancy bubbles? They tickle on your tongue, sparkle down your throat and make you smile. The bubbles are full of optimism and emotions and Champagne wine have had and will always retain the prestige of luxury item, likewise the Lasvit collection Bubbles in Space. While the genesis of Champagne sparkling wine dwells under the veil of secret and its origin should most likely be blamed on its makers’ fault and the second fermentation, the birth of the Bubbles in Space, the fizzy spatial object is crystal clear, wilful and targeted.

While the safe storage of the fizzy wine is assigned to Frenchmen age-old rivals, the Englishmen, who in the 17th century have found the technology of manufacturing very thick glass that does not break so easily, the perfect shape and aesthetics of the Bubbles in Space should be assigned to thousand-year-old tradition of the Czech glass-making, that has maintained its rare position in the world of glass-making since the Gothic.

Designed by Jitka Kamencová Skuhravá

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