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Alvaro Uribe | Pagoda Glass Collection

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Pagoda is a collection of glasses inspired in the rituals and architecture of Japanese culture. The glasses explore the simplicity of form and edges, which activate the senses as you hold the glass in your hand.


A Pagoda is a structure that rises high into the sky to create a spiritual connection; likewise, these glasses grow up lightly to hold wine and water.

Architect: Alvaro Uribe

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