Italian Design Firm Something Good Sees the Future of Dining Tables

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Apr 17, 2014 • References: and coolhunting
Italian design firm 'Something Good' gives you a preview of the young studio that sees the future of Italian design. During Milan Design Week 2014, Something Good prides itself on being part of the new generation of Italian design by creating functional objects with a strong decorative sense, while working directly with manufacturers to ensure quality.

Something Good's second collection shows a number of clear vessels that take an unconventional approach to traditional dining tables. Made of hand-blown borosilicate glass, the elegant decanter is both lightweight and heavy at once with a visual personality that changes beautifully when full.

While the collection is made up of oil lamps, water vessels and other glass containers, its main focus is on light with candleholders that can be lit through entryways on the side.