Glenmorangie's SoundForm FLUID has a Poetic Aesthetic

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 5, 2012 • References: wolfsondesign & contemporist
The SoundForm FLUID bar is a dynamic design that would be perfect for hip clubs, lounges and contemporary homes. The overall shape may be inspired by audio recordings created by the pouring of liquid into a crystal glass, but as the designer puts it, the SoundForm FLUID bar was "conceived as a concrete visualization capturing a moment in time and preserving an anticipation of pleasure."

The SoundForm FLUID bar was designed by Philip Michael Wolfson for whisky brand Glenmorangie. Featuring an unusual, yet stunning sculpture-like shape, it looks more like a piece of art than a piece of furniture. Nevertheless, its complex series of curves add a poetic aesthetic that captures the luxurious essence of pouring a refreshing glass of liquor as well as the activity of enjoying company in a relaxed environment. Stats for Sonogram-Inspired Bars Trending: Older & Mild
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