• Pentágono Estudio: The Contemporary Ritual of Mezcal

    Celebrating our 30th issue, Pentágono shares their latest work, the Mexcal series.  The set consisting of four shots and one jar reflect the contemporary aesthetics of the urban landscape of Mexico City and highlight the traditional mezcal ritual.  This spirit was believed by pre-Hispanic tribes to allow an spiritual connection with the gods.  Pentágono creates beautiful hand-made artisan […]

    Lily Duarte 0 Comments October 17, 2013
  • Sabine Marcelis’s House Wine

    The House Wine kit is an aesthetically sound pseudo chemistry kit lined with meticulous tubes and contraptions so that you can watch and then indulge in the fruits of your labor.  Join the mailing list at House Wine so that you can stay in the know and be the first to craft your own vintage.     […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments October 15, 2013
  • Pia Wüstenberg’s Stacking Vessels

    Nominated in 2012 by Elle Decoration for the British Design Awards, the Stacking Vessels from Pia Wüstenberg combine craftsmanship and functionality.  Like a nesting doll each vessel consists of three separate containers made from various techniques fusing ceramic, wood and studio glass.  Take a sip or indulge in your favorite spirit, the Stacking Vessels insure that you […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments October 15, 2013