REVOLUTION COCKTAIL MIXER SET
The Cocktail Mixer Set was the first collaboration between Gentner Design and fferrone, created in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Revolution Collection winning the GOOD DESIGN AWARD in 2004. It has been featured by Financial Times How to Spend It, where it was said to make one "savour the cocktail-making process."
Revolution Collection, the original fferrone glassware collection designed by Felicia Ferrone in 2001, was introduced into the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2009 and stands out today as fferrone's most iconic glassware design. The idea for its dual-sided functionality was the result of an evening dining with close friends as seen through Ferrone's trained architect's lens. The moniker of the collection is fitting; the glassware reinvents the landscape of the table with its minimalist architectural forms. Wine, water, cocktails and soup all appear to defy gravity with the floating effect of the hollow opposite side. The minimal design easily adapts from everyday occasions to exceptional ones.
An award-winning design, the Revolution Collection received the Good Design Award in 2004. Glassware in the collection has been featured widely in publications such as Financial Times How to Spend It, Wallpaper Magazine, Elle Decor Italia and InStyle.
A favorite of stylists, the Revolution Collection has appeared on the set of major motion pictures such as Always Be My Maybe (2019), Oblivion (2013), Star Trek (2009) and series such as Westworld (2017), and it has been widely published in magazines internationally.
Each piece is handcrafted without the use of molds by master glassblowers. The borosilicate glass allows for a range of hot and cold applications. As is the case for all fferrone glassware collections, the Revolution Collection is oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe for everyday use.
material • boroscilicate glass
type • glassware
size • 720 mL (24 fl oz)
h.22 cm (8 3/4in)
Design: Felicia Ferrone / Christopher Gentner, 2014
Handcrafted in Czech Republic and Chicago