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Wine ball corkscrew and both opener | Rosendahl

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Description:At first sight, you do not immediately think of a corkscrew when you look at this rounded wine ball – and the unique design embodies much more than that, too. The round ball houses a corkscrew, [...] Read All


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Name

Wine ball corkscrew and both opener | Rosendahl

Year of collection

2016

THE DESIGNER

EVA HARLOU

Measures

Diam. 8 cm

Material

Stainless steel | Black nylon

Dishwasher

No

Cod.

25339

EAN

5709513253396

At first sight, you do not immediately think of a corkscrew when you look at this rounded wine ball – and the unique design embodies much more than that, too. The round ball houses a corkscrew, winestopper, bottle opener and foil cutter.

The wine ball was designed by Eva Harlou, an acclaimed architect, and the rounded shape offers a unique, playful twist on minimalist styling. Its dynamic design and unique shape make it interesting and attractive to leave lying around, and it fits in with the styling of any home. The wine ball is an ideal gift for the wine connoisseur, as the finishing touch to the ultimate well-stocked wine toolbox.

EVA HARLOU

It was soon after graduating from the Aarhus School of Architecture in 2003 that Eva Harlou found herself playing a key role at Copenhagen architects 3XN, where she managed competition entries and gained a vital understanding of how the architecture world functions. After working on potential schemes all over Europe, she set up her own studio in 2006, focusing on small-scale residential work as well as giant masterplans with the ambition of working on every aspect of the built environment. In Eva Harlou’s mind architecture is both handcraft and art. Most of all architecture is framing human life. With architecture comes a great responsibility of trying to understand the human nature. Her philosophy is that architecture has to be both functional, durable and beautiful. Furthermore she finds it very important that architecture reveals a clear and understandable concept – tells [...]

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