(jiří macek) If you think you already know everything about minimalism, you should have a look at Felicia Ferrone. Her Revolution collection of beverage glasses has changed the classical perception of the standard shapes of glasses for specific drinks into a well-ordered play with lines and surfaces.
Chicago-based architect and designer Felicia Ferrone is a big fan of Bauhaus. Thus, it is no wonder that the beverage glass set that she designed had noting in common with decorative crystal glass. The young designer, who also focuses on architecture, graphic design, and spatial installations, has created an unexpected collection of measuring glasses with the beverage itself in the main role. Like a classical set, the Revolution collection contains glasses for white and red wine, liquors, and water, yet all the glasses look very similar. Felicia Ferrone simply played with the intersection points of vertical lines of the cylinder with the horizon of the bottom and the surfaces. The result is very impressive. Felicia Ferrone is considered to be one of the great discoveries of the contemporary American scene. We can definitely look forward to her future works.