The Perrier-Jouët champagne brand has recently unveiled a new art installation created by Glithero at the Design Miami Fair.
Said to be a continuation of the brands commitment to art, the installation features a series of draped beads which come together to form a hanging dome, which is situated over a pool of water, creating a mirror-like reflection.
Called ‘Lost Time,’ the piece is supposed to signify Perrier-Jouët champagne cellars, which have long been used to create Perrier-Jouët champagne.
Speaking about the creation, Sarah van Gameren, Glithero’s Co-Founder, said about the Maison Belle Epoque cellars: “They are really long and curved, and there is a really unique humid and timeless atmosphere, which we somehow wanted to bottle and bring up.”
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