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Huy Pham’s Fority glass cooking pots are safe for you

Huy Pham’s Fority glass cooking pots are safe for you

Inspired by the principles of functionalism and minimalism, Prague-based designer Huy Pham has created Fority cooking pots in collaboration with the renowned glass company Kavalier. Made from simaxic borosilicate glass, these glass cooking pots can withstand high temperatures, and even their handles don’t get hot during the cooking routine. The non-reactive properties of the borosilicate glass make these pots ideal for healthy cooking and storing any type of food items.

The see-through, non-porous glass doesn’t absorb food odors and react with the food, so as to keep your food safe. In addition, users can uninterruptedly observe food being cooked inside the glass pot. They can keep a check if food is mixing right, is burning, or melting in the right way. You may finds various kinds of cookware in the market, but one obvious benefit of the glass cookware is that it looks good on any type of dining table.

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Huy Pham has presented glass cooking pots at this year’s Designblok and Prague International Design Festival and won two awards: Excellent Student Design and the Museum of Decorative Arts Award.

Huy Pham’s Fority glass cooking pots are safe for you

Image: Adéla Waldhauserová/Huy Pham

Image: Adéla Waldhauserová/Huy Pham

Huy Pham’s Fority glass cooking pots are safe for you

Image: Adéla Waldhauserová/Huy Pham

Huy Pham’s Fority glass cooking pots are safe for you

Image: StudentSkyDesign

Image: StudentSkyDesign

Huy Pham’s Fority glass cooking pots are safe for you

Image: StudentSkyDesign

Via: DesignBoom

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