Ribbon Wine Rack designed by Ben van Berkel, UNStudio for Alessi

Ribbon Wine Rack designed by Ben van Berkel, UNStudio for Alessi

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Ribbon, Omegna-Crusinallo, Alessi, Italy, 2015 -min

Ribbon, Omegna-Crusinallo, Alessi, Italy, 2015 -min
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Ribbon Wine Rack designed by Ben van Berkel, UNStudio for Alessi
photographs: ©Alessandro Milani

The Ribbon wine rack is both a storage device and an object for the table display of fine wines.

Inspired by the Möbius loop, single strips of stainless steel are joined at each end to form a loop. The sides of this loop are then twisted upwards to form a delicate cradle which supports as it weaves itself around the bottle. Each row of curved loops is then mirrored vertically, creating a stacked display.

The Ribbon wine rack is available in two versions:

  1. Steel
  2. Super Black

fact sheet

  • project : Ribbon, Omegna-Crusinallo, Alessi, Italy, 2015
  • client: Alessi
  • location: Omegna-Crusinallo, Italy
  • description: Wine rack
  • materials: Stainless Steel with different finishes

Credits

UNStudio: Ben van Berkel, Caroline Bos with William de Boer, Lotte van Velzen and Danyu Wang