There’s no New Year’s Eve without bubbles. Check our Pinterest board dedicated to unexpected champagne design to celebrate 2022.
It all started from the agave, the base ingredient of tequila, and a trip to Mexico – then it took a lot of computer work and welding. That’s how the agave-inspired limited-edition set by Julian Mayor and Maestro DOBEL® tequila was born.
Champagne Perrier Jouët renews the dialogue between nature, champagne and design with Andrea Mancuso’s ‘Metamorphosis’ installation at DesignMiami/ 2019. The designer explores the metamorphoses of nature and the way the Maison transforms grapes into champagne using over 200 years of savoir-faire.
The first hype-free carbon negative vodka, a tequila supporting Mexican endangered communities and the Amalfi coast panorama, distilled into premium flavoured gin! We picked 7 design bottles combining conviviality with style!
Isern Serra and Sylvain Carlet filled the interior design of Orvay wine bar in Barcelona with colours to pay homage to wine geography, culture and main ingredient: the grape.
193 bulletproof rainbow flags shielding from violence, New York’s LGBT Memorial, the Type With Pride friendly font and more… 7 inclusive and anti-discrimination projects supporting the LGBT community.
During Milan Design Week cocktail Mecca Bar Basso showcased Gabriel Scott’s lighting designs tuning with Negroni Sbagliato’s colours and flavours.
At the ELIT PROUN BAR Constructivist architecture cross-pollinates with the art of mixology. A composition of abstract volumes pays tribute to the work of Russian Avant-Garde maestro El Lissitzky.
Design lovers have too eat too. We picked 8 gourmet design experiences at Milan Design Week 2018. From Russian Avant-Garde inspired cocktail bars to a tribute to American diners, from edible future cities to a design journey into the joys of honey.
With the UNDER/STANDING structure, Studio Dror’s translates the winemaking process into a geometrical CorTen architecture according to Buckminster Fuller’s beliefs.
Salt melts ice, fused glass freezes colour shades, craftsmanship casts a natural process. Joseph Harrington’s Angels’ Share sculpture for The Glenlivet blends the colours of whisky with Scottish volcanic and glacial landscapes.
A 3D-printed champagne vine to chill out fancifully and a bioresponsive forest, a decompressing green-hub where people can connect and a Shakespearean secret garden. Relax, at four temporary gardens in London.
Belem Lima intersected black-cladded volumes for Alves de Sousa winery to respect the unique landscape of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Portugal.
Perrier-Jouët Fleurs des Rêves: Bompas and Parr created colour changing flours for an dreamy installation that blends the vernaculars of French decadence, chemistry and an ultra-exotic flower shop.
Bompas & Parr blends meteorology with mixology to design an Alcoholic Architecture in the 1000 year old Borough Market in London. The installation is the first alcoholic weather system featuring a walk-in cloud of breathable cocktail.
At DesignMiami/ 2014, Perrier-Jouët installation by mischer’traxler featured a mechanical garden that bloomed when you moved away from it and botanical patterns that blossomed from mirrors to the walls as soon as you turned away.
Bompas and Parr and Johnnie Walker® Blue Label™ Blended Scotch Whisky unveiled a multi-sensory project transforming a church organ into a musical flavour conductor for a theatrical whisky-tasting concert.
The Glenlivet Nàdurra Dram Chair by British designer Gareth Neal translates the heritage of whisky in a hand-crafted design for modern makers.
La cabotte wine-hub by h2o architectes merges into Southern France vineyards reinterpreting local huts with a three pointed star shape and asymmetrical roofs.
Alessi brand new wine-set “Noé” by Giulio Iacchetti blends ergonomics with irony and takes inspiration by Noah main passion after shipping the Ark to shore.
FRONT celebrates whisky serving ritual with Ballance, an eclectic and intriguing Ballantine’s 12 collector’s piece that honours craftsmanship in both taste and design