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Brief Published: 15 Oct 2012

Stackable Glassware by Sebastian Bergne


London-based industrial designer Sebastian Bergne has taken inspiration from the laboratory in his latest glassware collection, Tower. The pieces are handmade from borosilicate glass – a material more commonly used in lab equipment due to its added strength.

Referencing the science lab in its aesthetic too, Tower features four beakers and a carafe. The glassware is easily stackable due to the rimmed edge on the minimal shapes. The carafe can be fitted with a standard filter, allowing the user to filter tap water to keep in the fridge before serving. 

Debuted at Shared Appetite – an exhibition focusing on the relationship between design and food at London Design Festival last month – the glassware can now be purchased through Bergne’s website. For more London Design Festival highlights, see the Stylus Events report, London Design Festival.

Sebastian Bergne