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Architectmade Spring glasses, set of two
Architectmade Spring glasses, set of two
Architectmade Spring glasses, set of two
Architectmade Spring glasses, set of two
Architectmade Spring glasses, set of two
Architectmade Spring glasses, set of two
Architectmade Spring glasses, set of two

Spring glasses, set of two



Spring glasses


The Spring glasses by Architectmade catch the eye with their fluid, sculptural shape. Designed by Jørn Utzon, the mouth-blown glasses are just as well suited for water as they are for serving cocktails or cognac.

3.15 in (8 cm)
3.54 in (9 cm)
6.76 fl oz (20 cl)
Care instructions
Dishwasher safe

Jørn Utzon

Jørn Utzon (1918-2008) was a Danish architect, best known for designing the Sydney Opera House in Australia. Utzon attended the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts from where he gratuated in 1942. During the following years he worked also at Alvar Aalto's office, learning more about functionalism and esthetics. Utzon won the architecture competition for Sydney Opera House in 1957.

Utzon often referred to the Swedish architect Erik Gunnar Asplund along with Alvar Aalto and Frank Lloyd Wright as his architectural kin. After traveling through Europe, the United States and Mexico, Utzon established his own practice in Copenhagen, working mainly as an architect throughout the world. In 2003, he received the Pritzker Prize, architecture's highest honor.

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  • Equal opportunities for all employees
  • Commitment to UN Global Compact, fair compensation for all employees
  • Corporate responsibility requirements defined and communicated for suppliers
  • Systematic work for improved inclusion and well-being in the workplace
  • Transparent supply chain
  • Suppliers' compliance to a code of conduct ensured
  • Compliance to the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights ensured in the supply chain
  • Direct suppliers audited and certified
  • Support for community involvement in the supply chain
  • Fair and resource-wise water-use in production
  • No incineration or landfilling of returned items
  • No use of endangered species as materials
  • No direct environmental emissions or waste (excl. GHGs) from production
  • The sustainability of direct suppliers' production is addressed and monitored
  • Production and material sourcing that respect biodiversity, animal rights, and natural ecosystems
  • Material-efficient and ecological packaging
  • Positive impact on nature’s well-being through operations that regenerate natural ecosystems
  • No potentially harmful chemicals used in own production
  • Company's direct greenhouse gas emissions identified and commitment to reduction
  • Product's carbon impact identified and commitment to reduction
  • Guidance on energy- and eco-efficient use of the product
  • Contribution to climate initiatives beyond the brand’s direct operations
  • Low-carbon or compensated transportation
  • Carbon footprint of the product calculated and goals set to reduce it
  • 100 % renewable energy in own production and operations
  • Carbon neutral or carbon negative product
  • Sustainable and long-lasting material choices
  • No harmful or hazardous substances
  • Responsible raw material sourcing and production
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  • High aesthetic quality promoting long-term use of the product
  • Technically durable product design and material choices
  • Design for enduring life-long quality
  • Design and support for product maintenance, repair and upgradability
  • Innovative circular design solutions: circular service system, resale platform, remanufacturing, collection of used products, etc.

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