To celebrate the unveiling of the updated iconic “Heritage Glass” by designer Thomas Meyerhoffer in Tokyo (the first display of the new glass was in Paris’ Collette boutique), French architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux created an accompanying art installation.
“Sparkling Bubbles” features 800 acrylic spheres that are filled with tiny bubbles and suspended from the ceiling. They float out from the glass in a vortex, hovering for all to see. The bubbles allude to the experience of the fizz that bursts forth from a freshly poured Coke, only to tickle your nose and party on in your mouth. Continue reading →