“Tasting Threads” Deep Bowl, Murano Tableware – Set of 4 Pieces

by T SAKHI Tessa & Tara Sakhi Lebanon

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“Tasting Threads”, is a tableware collection of unique mouth-blown pieces in Murano by local Venetian craftsmen. The collection is a series of plates and drinking glasses designed with different dimensions to create a dynamic and playful table setting for different modes of consumption and dining.; small glass for shot drinks, wide and small glass for beverages with ice, long narrow glass for water, flat plates and deep bowls for sharing, as the traditional Lebanese ‘Mezza’. Their rich texture is attained by infusing Murano glass with steel threads creating uncontrolled shapes. The glass, tainted with wide hues of color, ranges from alessandrite and amethyst to amber, ruby and cobalt.

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Based in Venice and Beirut, T SAKHI is a multidisciplinary architecture and design studio co-founded in 2016 by Lebanese-Polish sisters Tessa and Tara Sakhi. In an era characterized by relentless velocity, the sisters place social interaction at the core of their practice, and question our contemporary perceptions of identity and living whilst embracing cultural heritage. They design both permanent and ephemeral spaces and objects, evoking senses and memory through physical and emotional experiences. A driving force within their creative process lies in their commitment to sustainability by recuperating discarded materials and recycling them to achieve ingenious textures and forms. Despite their versatile talents and contrasting affinities, the sisters combine their duality to create harmonious and synergetic designs traversing a kaleidoscope of artistic disciplines. Their projects range from small-scale architecture, urban public installations, commercial and residential interior design, collectible objects, and scenography. They collaborate with creatives from diverse cultures fostering a dynamic dialogue of cross-cultural exchange that encourages both craftsmanship and innovation. Their work captivates an audience across the globe with exhibitions held in Beirut, Venice, Paris, New York, Milan, London and Dubai. Committed to philanthropy and social consciousness, they donate works to support numerous NGOs for student scholarships, reforestation initiatives, fund relief aids, reconstruction efforts in Beirut, and sexual health awareness. Their pursuit to share knowledge, inspire and educate, leads them to partake in lectures and workshops with educational and cultural institutions in Beirut, London, Dubai, Sharjah, Sydney, Baltimore, China and Miami. Their groundbreaking projects garnered nominations and awards in Venice, China, Milan, California and Berlin. T SAKHI is highly recognized and widely published in prominent magazines and esteemed online platforms.
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