The Vino wine racks are timeless pieces for storing and showing your wine and champagne bottles. The bottles appear to float, while hanging stable and secure.
The Vino 6 & 12 are an alternative for traditional wine racks, which often are large and store your wine bottles hidden from sight. The Vino wine racks give you a clear overview of your wines at a glance so you can select the perfect wine to accompany your dinner.
Its flat architecture means minimal intrusion into your living space. The Vino 12 looks beautiful on any wall and the Vino 6 takes up little space when placed along the wall, but also looks great on the countertop or table.
A fun wine rack for modern living.
Back in the early 1980s, Dieter Rams, one of the world’s most influential designers, was becoming increasingly concerned by the state of the world around him ‘an impenetrable confusion of forms, colours and noises.’
He set about expressing the ten most important principles for what he considered was good design.
According to his principles, we did the same.
“Good design is innovative”
We started redesigning the way the bottle is held. Laser cutting technology enabled us to design an opening for the bottle neck in such a way that you can not only use it for conventional winebottles but also champagne bottles and almost all other sized bottles.
“Good design makes a product useful”
From the start we focused on usability. The wine rack took shape that has a small foot print with minimal intrusion into people’s living space. The bottles can be positioned so the labels are clearly visible.
“Good design is aesthetic”
All aspects of the design are functional; behind every line is rationality; creating a Zen-like object that radiates simplicity.
“Good design makes a product understandable”
At a glance anyone can grasp the functionality of the product and how it works.
“Good design is unobtrusive”
The simplicity of the design makes it an object not screaming for attention. Once it catches your eye it fulfils you with interest and pleasure. It is a supplement to the design of a room, not a detraction.
“Good design is honest”
Its austere architecture makes all parts of the product visible and it does not make promises that cannot be kept.
“Good design is long-lasting”
Every line is the result of functionality, nothing in the design is trend driven. Making it a design that lasts.
“Good design is thorough, down to the last detail”
Hours of painstakingly crafting every detail, makes that it looks simple. Paradoxically the wine rack was complex to design.
“Good design is environmentally-friendly”
Consisting of two sheets of metal, which are converted into the vino 6, two simple low energy steps are involved: laser cutting the outline and bending the legs. Furthermore all parts of the vino6 can be recycled; making it an environmentally friendly product.
“Good design is as little design as possible”
“Less, but better – it concentrates on the essential aspects.”