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Recreate Image Half Full Half Empty Glass #1896 designed in 2012
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Half Full Half Empty Glass
The Glass: Is the glass half full? Is it half empty? You cannot ask this question for this particular glass, you might ask, which side is full? Or you might say, is it quarter full or quarter empty?!. A very organic glass design suitable for any kind of drinks..

How to Produce: Realized by glass molding..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Glass.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Half Full Half Empty Glass is 74 mm x 120 mm x 74 mm, each box contains a single Half Full Half Empty Glass and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 124 mm x 170 mm x 124 mm, roughly 12768 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 25802 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2012-04-19 14:56:16.


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Recreate Image Steinger Glass #1893 designed in 2012
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Steinger Glass
The Glass: Steinger is a very nice looking glass, a great fit for any kind of beverage, with rounded top and squarish base. .

How to Produce: Realized by casting glass. A plastic version could be possible..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Glass, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Steinger Glass is 108 mm x 141 mm x 108 mm, each box contains a single Steinger Glass and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 158 mm x 191 mm x 158 mm, roughly 6975 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 14820 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2012-04-19 14:26:14.


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Recreate Image Tung Chai Glass #535 designed in 2009
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Tung Chai Glass
The Glass: Inspired by the tung flower for colors and the Hakka houses for the form, the tea glasses.. more correctly, the green tea glasses can be stacked to save space, it is for the whole family! .

How to Produce: Ceramic or porcelain molding, painting is the tricky part; it can be painted inside the mold from a different color of clay, or it can be silk screened or sticked or can be automatically painted by machinery. Alternatively, a plastic version could be imagined for picnics etc, however I like the ceramic more..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Ceramic, Plastic.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Tung Chai Glass is 100 mm x 140 mm x 140 mm, each box contains a single Tung Chai Glass and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 150 mm x 190 mm x 190 mm, roughly 6448 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 13104 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2009-05-31 17:32:31.


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Recreate Image Nightman Glass #508 designed in 2009
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Product Family: Gece
Nightman Glass
The Glass: Nightman is an unorthodox glass that is quite different from what you got used to. The handle is not just decorative; it comes handy when you pour something really hot into it..

How to Produce: Ceramic molded and cooked. Alternatively could be also in glass..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Ceramic, Glass.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Nightman Glass is 126 mm x 180 mm x 166 mm, each box contains a single Nightman Glass and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 176 mm x 230 mm x 216 mm, roughly 4004 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 8008 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2009-04-13 03:36:12.


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Recreate Image Morph Glass #302 designed in 2008
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Morph Glass
The Glass: With purely geometrical body, this glass is also totally stackable. The bottom part is a star..

How to Produce: I believe it could be produced by blow molding or injection molding of plastics. If you choose ceramics, we can make it a bit thicker and use clay casting..

Possible Materials: The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Plastic, Ceramic, Glass.

Dimensions and Packaging: The enclosing box for a single Morph Glass is 135 mm x 155 mm x 135 mm, each box contains a single Morph Glass and the bounding box dimensions for the package is 185 mm x 205 mm x 185 mm, roughly 4992 pieces fit into 20' standard container and 10140 pieces fit into the larger 40' standard container..

Upload Date & Time:: 2008-12-23 14:22:52.


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