Liquid Body Flask

Areaware

Material: Stainless Steel
Dimensions:  6.5 x 3.4 x .8 inches (6 ounce capacity)

This mirror-finish steel flask holds the perfect amount of your favorite sipper. Hydroforming, a unique manufacturing process, lends the vessel an inflated liquid look, similar to a Mylar balloon or foil drink packet. First, two surgical-grade stainless steel plates are welded together, then water pressure is used to inflate the flask into its final form. 

DESIGNED BY THE PRINCIPALS FOR AREAWARE
The Principals are a Brooklyn-based multi-disciplinary design studio founded in 2011 by Christopher Williams, Charles Constantine, and Drew Seskunas. Their mission is to unite disparate facets of architecture, fabrication, and industrial design, and expand our understanding of the built realm without abandoning its history. Christopher Williams is a master fabricator who has been involved in the industry for over 10 years. Charles Constantine completed his Master's degree in Industrial Design at the Pratt Institute in 2008. He was previously Design Director of RAM Metals in Brooklyn where, along with Christopher, he launched the Planterworx series for Design Within Reach. Drew Seskunas received his Master’s degree from the Pratt Institute and opened the Berlin office of SAQ Architects. In 2011 he returned to New York to form The Principals with Charles and Christopher.



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