/Product specifications/ Size: Ø10 X height 16.5 Material: borosilicate glass Glass artist Jochen Holz created this glass kettle for HAY. The succinct design has a strong and elegant presentation, and the simple glass container and handle, even if it is used as a flower, has a different flavor. /About HAY/ HAY, a home design brand from Denmark, was founded in 2003, inspired by the architectural and furniture styles of the 50s and 60s. The design moves to give each piece a unique aesthetic with simple, classic thinking. The design of the design of Rolf Hay and Mette Hay is: bringing design furniture to everyone's home. Such beliefs and the price of the people have made HAY become a household name in Europe in just a few years. /DESIGNER Designer / Jochen Holz Jochen Holz is a glass artist from Germany and is based in London. He first studied technical glass blowers in Germany, then completed a bachelor's degree in applied arts at the Edinburgh College of Art and a master's degree in ceramics and glass from the Royal College of Art. After graduating in 2003, he established his own studio in Stratford, East London. He is known for his technically finished work and the use of luminaire technology, which allows hot glass to flow to inform the shape of the final work. He won the RSA Award in 2000 and the RCA Center Award in 2003. For Hay, he created Jug in various iterations.