Hand-Blown Glass Juicers Make Your Mouth Water

Hand-Blown Glass Juicers Make Your Mouth Water

Juicing just got more fun thanks to Elinor Portnoy's designs that double as functional items and eye-catching trinkets

Eva Recinos
  • 25 august 2015

The kitchen epitomizes the modern home. It’s where you can show off your high-tech coffee machine, your toaster with multiple slots or your fast-acting turbo blender. London-based designer Elinor Portnoy has studied industrial design—and already boasts a few completed products—but now wants to explore what happens when craft and material meet in more interesting ways. She recently created a series of hand-blown glass juicers which look more like sculptural objects than simple kitchen tools.

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