Stelton Foster Champagne Cooler / ice bucket with ice tongs
  • Stelton Foster Champagne Cooler / ice bucket with ice tongs
  • Stelton Foster Champagne Cooler / ice bucket with ice tongs
  • Stelton Foster Champagne Cooler / ice bucket with ice tongs

Stelton Foster Champagne Cooler / ice bucket with ice tongs

€293.40
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There is wonderful ambiguity in the power of a curve or a line, whether it is defining a building, a bridge, a skyline, or a vessel.

They’re all in a way part of the same family. This is the spirit that is exemplified by the Foster range for Stelton, a sense of unity in diversity.

The new Stelton range brings together simple sculptural form and soft geometry, to create exceptionally crafted tableware for a wide range of settings. From wine carafes to espresso cups, each object is a response to its specific function, while embodying a shared language.

 Created by world-famous architect Norman Foster Ʊ Modern design – hamonious lines - unique series

 Elegant champagne cooler/ ice bucket with ice tongs integrated in the lid

 With double-walled steel that retains the cold and reduces condensation on the outside

Specifications

Material: Stainless steel
Colour: Mirror polish and golden plating 

Size Description

Diameter: 19.5 cm Height: 18 cm Volume: 3 l

  • Norman Foster

    Born in 1935 in Manchester, England, Sir Norman Foster is an award-winning and prolific British architect known for sleek, modern designs of steel and glass with innovations in contouring and inner space management. He was part of the architectural group Team 4 before branching off on his own to form what would eventually be known as Foster + Partners. Foster earned acclaim for his design of the Willis Faber & Dumas headquarters in the early '70s and was later responsible for the updated Reichstag in Berlin after the reunification of Germany as well as the Hearst Tower in New York City. His design practice has overseen an array of heralded structures around the globe.
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