Cognac brand Rémy Martin will be unveiling a selection of new cocktail glass designs as part of Paris Design Week this autumn, under the theme of “Rémyxologie”.

The designs have been created by international students at the École cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL) as part of Rémy Martin’s “Futur Héritage” programme and offer a fresh perspective on the brand’s traditional design approach.

The series includes “Shaker en Cristal” by Anouk Meyer, which blends the elegance of a vintage cocktail pitcher with the functionality of a shaker. “Totem” by Hongchao Wang features a built-in ice bucket, while “Nomade” by Rachel Suming acts as a portable bar.

“Totem” by Hongchao Wang

“Totem” by Hongchao Wang

“Synesthésie” by Monica Albini focuses on the role smell has in mixology, allowing for flavour infusions through an integrated metallic sphere, while “Rémy Bubble” by Adriana Castillo Cota encases the cognac in a bubble of ice, mixing it with the ingredients as it melts.

Italian interiors brand B&B Italia will showcase the series on Sept 5 as part of its Paris Design Week celebrations.

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