Milan Architecture in Your Glass

 Photo coutesy of  @robertoninob  

Photo coutesy of @robertoninob 

Argentinian designer Agustina Bottoni created objects of desire for summer parties and beyond: a trio of cocktail glasses, modeled after Milan architecture in the 1930s and 1940s. 

Striking works of Italian architect Piero Portaluppi contributed to the Milanese splendor in the 30s-40s. Villa Necchi Campiglio is a real gem among the Portaluppi’s creations, one of the favorite places of Agustina Bottoni which inspired her to create this glassware collection. 

The designer not only wanted to reflect the geometric shapes and volumes of the Villa, but bring in the Milanese tradition of “aperitivo”, an indulgent everyday ritual, allowing for a well-deserved pause for the busy urban lifestyle. The result is a coveted set with glassware to stylishly fit your drink of choice. 

The pieces, handmade in Italy using borosilicate glass, are part of the Souvenir Milano project, presented during Milan Design Week this year.

 Photo coutesy of  @robertoninob  

Photo coutesy of @robertoninob 

 Photo coutesy of  @robertoninob  

Photo coutesy of @robertoninob 

阿根廷设计师Agustina Bottoni为夏季派对和其他派对创造了一些欲望物品:三款鸡尾酒杯,仿照了上世界三四十年代的的米兰建筑。

意大利建筑师Piero Portaluppi引人注目的作品在三四十年代为米兰的辉煌做出了贡献。Villa Necchi Campiglio是Portaluppi创作中的一颗真正的宝石,它也是Agustina Bottoni最喜欢的地方之一,它激发了她创作这个玻璃器皿系列。

设计师不仅想要体现别墅的几何形状和体积,而且还引入了米兰人的Aperitivo传统,其是一种宽容放松的日常仪式,让忙碌的都市生活方式得到应有的停歇。 结果是一套令人垂涎的玻璃器皿,时髦的迎合了您的饮料器皿选择。

这些器皿在意大利使用硼硅酸盐玻璃手工制作,作为Souvenir Milano项目的一部分,将在今年的米兰设计周期间展出。

The Maker