The TAKE? Carafe is visibly influenced by the organic form of bamboo. This is precisely why the designer chose to name decanter after the Japanese word for that particular woody grass. But more than mimicking nature, the beautiful Kanz Architetti creation is quite functional, helping the server to distribute beverages in even amounts.
The tall ribbed vessels in the set were hand crafted from borosilicate glass, and manipulated to form slight bulges that are distanced regularly for measuring purposes. Each of these lines marks an increment of 25cl, which is one third of the capacity of your average bottle of wine. Pour into the decanter the volume that you wish to aerate and consume on any given evening. The TAKE? Carafes also come with matching tall and short glasses.
The TAKE? Carafe Helps You Serve Your Beverages with Precision
1. Precision Serving - The TAKE? Carafe demonstrates a trend towards precision serving in the beverage industry, allowing for accurate distribution of beverages.
2. Functional Design - The organic and functional design of the TAKE? Carafe reflects a trend towards combining aesthetics with practicality in the decanter market.
3. Measurement Innovations - The use of regularly spaced bulges as measurement indicators in the TAKE? Carafe represents a trend in the use of innovative measurement techniques in beverage accessories.
1. Beverage Industry - The precision serving trend showcased by the TAKE? Carafe presents an opportunity for the beverage industry to develop more precise serving tools and accessories.
2. Home Decor Industry - The functional yet stylish design of the TAKE? Carafe suggests an opportunity for the home decor industry to create aesthetically pleasing decanters that also serve a practical purpose.
3. Glassware Industry - The measurement innovations in the TAKE? Carafe point towards an opportunity for the glassware industry to explore new and inventive ways of incorporating measurement indicators into their products.