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Nude collections at London Design Fair

by Sophie Cullen on Oct 4, 2016 in Interiors , Products
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All images courtesy Nude

All images courtesy Nude

At the recent London Design Fair, Turkish glassware brand Nude showcased its latest collections, created by world-renowned designers from across the globe

Nude creates its products solely from lead-free crystal glass, making the firm’s collections some of the most delicate and transparent in the world of glass. At the recent London Design Fair, the company unveiled a selection of its latest products, many of which were designed by leading industrial and product designers from around the world.

NUDE_Cupola by Pentagon Design

The new Cupola series by Pentagon Design comprises three crystalline glass domes fashioned to make the best of both style and protection. While large in dimension, the domes maintain a sense of elegance, and each is finished with a brass handle and rests on a marble base.

Nude_Alba whisky set

The Alba collection by Joe Doucet pays tribute to the spiritual home of whisky: Scotland. Each glass is punctuated by a hand-engraved deconstructed tartan pattern and features a heavy bottom which tapers up towards the brim. The decanter also incorporates the tartan and features a unique angled stopper, inviting dedicated imbibers to point it in the direction of Scotland.

NUDE_MALT_WHISKY_BOTTLE

The Malt Whisky set by Finnish designer Mikko Laakkonen features smooth curves and voluminous spaces. Consisting of a bowl, a tumbler and an ergonimcally shaped decanter, the trio is simple yet beautiful, and effortlessly unique.

 

 

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