Nowadays, kitchens are becoming an open space joined with the living room, and are transformed from being just a working space to a hosting area as well. This has a great effect on the way we choose kitchen tools and how we display them. A tool can then become a decorative object as well, thereby questioning the way we perceive function and form. These citrus squeezers are made of glass with multiple colours, revealed by cold-working to “peel off” the layers, much like the fruit it squeezes. The inner bubble makes it lighter and easier to hold, and the outer layer is sand-blasted for better grip.
Designer: Elinor Portnoy
Material: Hand-Blown glass