Design by Markku Salo
This NUDE Poem water bottle presents a bold yet minimal aesthetic. Crafted from lead-free crystal, the slender silhouette tapers slightly towards the rim and boasts a mesmerising ribbed texture that creates an extremely tactile surface. The resulting piece can be paired with glasses from the collection but is equally as eye-catching on its own.
- 700 cc / 89 mm / 297 mm
- Lead-free crystal
- Ribbed surface
- Due to handmade craft, color may vary slightly
NUDE is shipping to countries outside the countries Turkey, US and Europe from NUDE's International store. All orders made on NUDE International are dispatched from Turkey, Istanbul.
Customers ordering on the International store will be served with Delivery Duty Unpaid (DDU) and will be charged for items purchased and the shipping only. Import duties or tax costs (where applicable) will be invoiced to you directly from DHL or an import broker appointed to you. Your delivery country’s import duties may be charged to you when your parcel reaches customs. As custom duties are out of our control, we are unable to confirm the financial limits that exempt you from being charged.
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The mastery and craftsmanship of handmade glass is a signature of NUDE. NUDE prides itself in its artisanal approach to glassware, specialising in handmade, pure crystalline glass, be the pieces blown, pressed, or press-blown. With 350 Master blowers, NUDE continues to handmake much of the world’s most acclaimed glassware.
The work of the Finnish artist and designer Markku Salo ranges from the ridged tumblers he has designed for Nude, to large scale site specific artworks – he recently completed 11 integrated stainless steel sculptures for a new hospital in Tampere – as well as electronics and graphic design. He has lived and worked in the glass village of Nuutajarvi since 1983 – a collection of old worker cottages and factory spaces dating back to 1793. These now accommodate a community of artists and makers including blacksmiths and ceramists and a glass hot shop. Designing, says Markku, is team work. Art is a solitary affair, where only the artist can make the decisions. For him, to do both creates an ideal balance.