HIROTA Sori Yanagi Glass Tumbler- Blue

$42.00
  • HIROTA Sori Yanagi Glass Tumbler- Blue

HIROTA Sori Yanagi Glass Tumbler- Blue

$42.00

Sori Yanagi designed this glass in 1960s, featuring four vertical lines of dots to create visually pleasing pattern and more importantly, easier for your hands to grip. The bottom of the glass is carved with the initial of Sori Yanagi's last name.

This item only contains one blue tumbler. The second photo is shown as a reference for a set of three glasses together.

The amber one can be found here

The clear one can be found here

150ml

Sori Yanagi (1915–2011) is one of the most famous product designers in Japan. He was born in 1915 in Tokyo, Japan, as the son of Soetsu Yanagi, who founded the “mingei” movement, which celebrated Japanese folk crafts and the beauty of everyday objects.

Yanagi is both a representative of the wholly Japanese modern designer and a full-blown modernist who merged simplicity and practicality with elements of traditional Japanese crafts. Sori Yanagi’s works reconcile the two worlds of craft and industry by adapting the benefits of the handmade with the advantages of industrial production. His designs reflect an exemplary understanding of industrial production without losing the lightness and delicacy that is a characteristic of Japanese traditional design. 

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Sori Yanagi designed this glass in 1960s, featuring four vertical lines of dots to create visually pleasing pattern and more importantly, easier for your hands to grip. The bottom of the glass is carved with the initial of Sori Yanagi's last name.

This item only contains one blue tumbler. The second photo is shown as a reference for a set of three glasses together.

The amber one can be found here

The clear one can be found here

150ml

Sori Yanagi (1915–2011) is one of the most famous product designers in Japan. He was born in 1915 in Tokyo, Japan, as the son of Soetsu Yanagi, who founded the “mingei” movement, which celebrated Japanese folk crafts and the beauty of everyday objects.

Yanagi is both a representative of the wholly Japanese modern designer and a full-blown modernist who merged simplicity and practicality with elements of traditional Japanese crafts. Sori Yanagi’s works reconcile the two worlds of craft and industry by adapting the benefits of the handmade with the advantages of industrial production. His designs reflect an exemplary understanding of industrial production without losing the lightness and delicacy that is a characteristic of Japanese traditional design.