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Nendo Designs Picnic Box for Champagne House Ruinart

Japanese design company Nendo worked with the oldest champagne house Ruinart to design this Kotoli Picnic Box. Ruinart wanted to celebrate all that a city has to offer through picnicking, rather than trying to escape the hectic city life. Nendo’s designs just tells that story.

The inspiration comes from birds that perch on the criss-crossing telephone wires that are found in Tokyo. Nendo used a silver ring on stemless champagne flutes that can rest on an extension of the bottle stopper, the picnic box itself or even the tray.

This product is only available in Japan.

Kotoli Picnic Box Designed by Nendo for Ruinart

Kotoli Picnic Box Designed by Nendo for Ruinart

Kotoli Picnic Box Designed by Nendo for Ruinart

Kotoli Picnic Box Designed by Nendo for Ruinart

Kotoli Picnic Box Designed by Nendo for Ruinart

Kotoli Picnic Box Designed by Nendo for Ruinart

Kotoli Picnic Box Designed by Nendo for Ruinart

Kotoli Picnic Box Designed by Nendo for Ruinart

Photos by Masayuki Hayashi
Provided courtesy of Nendo

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  1. Ken says:

    I absolutely love the design. The color is so passive and pure looking.

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