Atipico

Angolo Glass Carafe

The lightness of borosilicate glass lends itself to new transparencies. From the traditional drop-shaped breath of the master glassmaker, unusual geometries take shape. By investigating the other expressive possibilities of this material, which thanks to a series of corners, is invited to expand, to shrink and then close to draw a vacuum to be supported, are born the carafes and glasses of the collection Angolo, transparent or green glass . A large brushed brass cap allows you to store and therefore maintain the precious content whether it is water or wine.

Length = 0.00; Width = 0.00; Height = 86.00 cm;
Weight: 1.00 kg;

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Price: £79.00

Shipping to: United Kingdom £8.00
Delivery 7-14 Days

Product Code: 6791

Massimo Barbierato, Atipico Designer

About Massimo Barbierato, Atipico Designer

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Atipico were founded in 2012 by a team of forward thinking visionary world acclaimed Italian designers who have taken traditional home objects and pushed the boundaries of design to create functional pieces with unique Italian design. Atipico’s ethos is always to be different, unique & alternative while maintaining the aesthetic beauty of traditional Italian design. The Atipico collections show a blend of originality and unique materials, using a wide variety of woods, cement, iron, glass & textiles. Atipico’s family of Italian celebrated designers collaborate and  exchange their visions of design within each collection, to create new creations with a real unique Italian feel.This was designed and created by Massimo Barbierato.

 

Born in Asiago, he graduated from IUAV, the Architecture University Institute of Venice. The scope of his projects ranges from urban planning to industrial products, splitting his time between architecture and design. In all of these fields, he has been very successful in both national and international competitions, garnering interest in his work that has led to the implementation of both architectural and design projects in Italy as well as abroad. In addition to his professional practice, he also teaches at IUAV – UNIRSM of San Marino. His research, regardless of the field and scale of the project, focuses on achieving the necessary and on continuous experimentation with the perception of materials. His work has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, Domus, Abitare, Ottagono, Casabella, Elle Decor, Ad Casa, Casa da Abitare, Auto & Design, Monocle (UK), Wallpaper (UK), Intramuros (FR), The International Design Yearbook.