Zaha Hadid’s bottle for Leo Hillinger

Zaha Hadid designs a limited edition wine bottle for Austrian winemaker Leo Hillinger. Queen of the Curve, Zaha Hadid, has been expanding her signature sinuous style to all corners of the design map. The bottle has been designed by her to reflect the “bold and distinctive” character of the 2009 vintage.


“The elongated volume of the bottle has been derived from the profile of liquid droplets,” said Hadid to Dezeen. “A continuous spatial curve was then projected onto the bottle’s surface, defining areas for the concave indentation and suggesting the waves created when droplets break a liquid’s surface.”

The bottle’s geometries were created using NURB-based CAD software, from which cast iron molds were produced to form the glass.


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