Sixteen glasses by KnIndustrie and Kitchen Milano

KNINDUSTRIE will present a new collection of 16 experimental cocktail glasses, an opportunity to enjoy the art of mixology combining a drink dedicated to different dishes from the first to the dessert.

October 2017
After 14 years of activity, the historic Kitchen shop, in De Amicis Street 45, in Milan, changes its look. The benchmark for the wide range of cooking and kitchen utensils, as well as many kitchen and team building promoters, Kitchen is featured on the occasion of the 2017 Outboard Show with an unreleased restyling. Changing is not just the exhibition space but also the communication strategy. KNINDUSTRIE becomes a partner of the historic shop by curating, refurbishing and artistic direction and activating a repositioning program of the offer.
The new concept intends to convey the idea of ​​a path that unfolds between innovation, history, contemporary kitchen and professional cooking, and involves the client in a pleasant and multifaceted environment. The project cares for Riccardo Barthel, a historic florentine design and decoration that fits in as a brand synonymous with refined elegance. The tortured floor will be the backdrop to the typical KnIndustrie wood structures combined with Riccardo Barthel's vintage furniture, which, as in a museum exhibition, welcome the entire KnIndustrie collection: a journey of tradition and innovation.
On the occasion of the opening of the new space, KNINDUSTRIE will present a new collection of 16 experimental cocktail glasses, an opportunity to enjoy the art of mixology combining a drink dedicated to different dishes from the first to the dessert.
The new partnership between KnIndustrie and retailer Kitchen Milano has been inspired by a collection of tableware dedicated to cocktails and fusion drinks. Sixteen glasses in various materials and shapes are dedicated to the art of mixology, from bamboo to copper, from acacia to transparent glass. KnIndustrie has interpreted the trend for cocktails and drinks as accompaniments to every meal, hence offering a complete set of glasses to create a real synaesthetic tasting path. From the classic tall tumbler in transparent borosilicate glass, to the small champagne cup, to the glass in bamboo, to the small steel or copper container.

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