Seymourpowell Designs Unique Barware for Shazé

Seymourpowell Designs Unique Barware for Shazé

Seymourpowell recently designed unique pieces of barware for the Indian luxury brand Shazè. The new luxury collection has been developed and designed thoughtfully with the new wealthy Indian consumer in mind, who more than ever are looking for exciting new design products.

Thoughtfully designed with a focus on engineered craftsmanship, the statement barware and brew-ware pushes the boundaries of technique and creativity, providing a moment of magic and mystery. Each piece carefully balances form and function and has been designed with a thorough understanding of the tastes and aspirations of today's luxury Indian consumer.

Striking through their simplicity, the pieces feature clean, modern forms, precision finishes and iconic silhouettes which speak to a global aesthetic. The collection includes decanters, glassware, bar accessories as well as coffee and tea brewing equipment, each with their own exciting behaviors that bring an element of theatre to hosting and evoke an emotional response.

Central to the collection is the FX Award nominated Cage Decanter, a theatrical whiskey decanter crafted from hand-blown glass encased in a metal cage. The piece features bold lines and playful details and aims to surprise and delight users, transforming any gathering into a magical and memorable occasion.

"This collection is all about indulging and creating a moment for Shazé customers to stand out from the crowd," commented Adrian Caroen, CEO at Seymourpowell. "We wanted to design a truly unique collection of sleek, yet theatrical products that customers are proud to own. Our team has worked tirelessly to understand the nuances of the Indian luxury consumer and construct what we now know as the Shazé DNA - an extroverted identity that is bold in its aesthetics and bends the rules of craftsmanship through versatile product design. It has been great to see this collection brought to life with Shazé and we are excited for the collaborations to come."

Photos: Courtesy of Seymourpowell


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