Wine Chillers by Joe Doucet with Neal Feay Studio
by Harry / September 10, 2013


The textures engraved on Joe Doucet's Wine Chillers are inspired by the wind patterns of cold fronts as they move around the globe.



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The fruit of a commission from Wallpaper* for its annual Handmade Exhibit, Doucet set out to create more than an object, he sought to create a ritual.


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The result is a series of wine chillers, exquisitely crafted by Neal Feay Studio in Santa Barbra, California.


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A chilled bottle of wine is placed inside the containers, which prevent the cold from being lost by convection, conduction and radiation.


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The textures engraved in varying depths which wrap around the chillers are inspired by the wind patterns of cold fronts as they move around the globe.


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Photos: Kendall Mills.


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