In summer, the windchimes reverberate in Japanese houses – small, musical objects that the breeze moves announcing a break from summer heat. This suggestion is the source of Ode, a set of two chalices proposing the most classical drinking habits. The clapper under the chalice clinks when drinking, or when twirling the glass, creating remote toasts and new melodies that underline the happiness of the moments spent drinking wine together.

Giuseppe Galetta (Italy), Maitri Nirmal Kumar Chandria (India), Shunya Sugawara (Japan)