(Pic) Medical Glassware

(Pic) Medical Glassware
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Emily Rothschild aims to make the experience of taking medication easier and more aesthetically pleasing.

Dan Gould
  • 23 august 2010

With her Medical Glassware project, Emily Rothschild aims to make the experience of taking medication easier and more aesthetically pleasing.

Core 77 reports:

By integrating pills into the bottom of the cup, medication comes out of the medicine cabinet and into central domestic space, no longer hidden.A water carafe is topped by a cup with a false copper bottom. Inside is a small compartment that holds pills, which are visible through the glass. The set is currently produced to order, and are available directly from Emily.

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