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Micro Trend: Laboratory Glassware

Posted on Aug 7, 2016 by

These modern glass designs draw inspiration from the beakers and flasks commonly found in a laboratory. Whether you’re looking for a desktop addition or simply an accessory for your study, from vases to lights, these unusual glassware pieces got our bunsen burning.

White Marble Oil Burner, £249.95, pagethirtythree.com

This essential oil burner is a limited edition piece created by playful Australian designers, Page Thirty Three in collaboration with stylist Stephanie Somebody.

This essential oil burner is a limited edition piece created by Australian designers Page Thirty Three in collaboration with stylist Stephanie Somebody.
Image courtesy of Page Thirty Three

Labware Sphere, Conical & Cylinder pendant lamps by Benjamin Hubert, £260 each, authentics.co.uk

Labware, by Benjiman Hubert is composed of three forms, each inspired by laboratory beakers and finished in mouth blown glass and cork. Read the full story in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine. Image courtesy of Authentics

Labware, by Benjiman Hubert is composed of three forms, each inspired by laboratory beakers and finished in mouth blown glass and cork
Image courtesy of Authentics

LABotanic, from €9.65, serax.com

Experiment with colour in this collection of vases by design platform Serax. Read the full story in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine Image courtesy of Serax

Experiment with colour in this collection of vases by design platform Serax
Image courtesy of Serax

TANK Decanter, £95, tomdixon.net

The TANK decanter is made from mouth blown clear glass detailed with hand painted copper. Vintage and industrial laboratory inspired pieces for the eclectic interior. Read the full story in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine

The TANK decanter is made from mouth blown clear glass and detailed with hand painted copper
Image courtesy of Tom Dixon Shop

Amber candle, £39, laboratoryperfumes.com

Amber, the first fragrance from Laboratory Perfumes' collection is a multilayered scent inspired by Britain's country and coast. Read the full story in issue four of Warehouse Home interior design magazine. Image courtesy of Laboratory Perfumes

Amber, the first fragrance from Laboratory Perfumes’ collection is a multilayered scent inspired by Britain’s country and coast.
Image courtesy of Laboratory Perfumes

Inspired by this feature? Take a look at our Pinterest Board featuring science inspired design objects

This feature has been taken from Warehouse Home Issue Four, which is out now! The latest issue of the internationally renowned Warehouse Home magazine is live online and can be enjoyed in full and entirely free. Read Warehouse Home Issue Four by clicking here or view in the reader below.

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