It is important to have fancy glassware at home. Presenting drinks in stylish glasses not only add up to your style quotient but also intrigue the guest’s attention to a certain kind of beverage. If you don’t believe me, try sipping a soft drink from a steel cup and then do the same with the glass, I am sure you’d love the latter.
Today, we introduce you to a new glassware series designed by Gwenael Nicolas. Nicholas designed the latest series for Tokyo-based glassware company SGHR Sugahara and it is the first commercialized product generated from the TEN TEN TEN Collection. However, what separates the collection apart from other glassware is its angular form.
Most of the glassware cups we see in our daily life come in cylindrical shapes, but Sugahara collection defies the boundary of traditional glassmaking and adds a new chapter to glass craftsmanship. The TEN TEN TEN collection feature glasses in a traditional shape but with a modern angular twist. With an inclination of 70-degrees, the angular glasses are perfect to add a unique aesthetic to your tabletop. The acute angle adds to the beauty of glassware exhibiting an iconic form.
Every single glass cup is developed in two types including rock glass and tumbler. Available in black, clear and carbon finish, these glasses come in size between 8.8 oz and 10.1 oz.
As far as the usage is concerned, Gwenael Nicolas has left it for user interpretation. You can use it as a drinking glass, vase or even a decorative item. In order to avail one of these, you can place your order at Shop Sugahara and grab them for (4400 yen) $32 each.