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91193 Kelly Wearstler ZUMA Longdrink
91193 Kelly Wearstler ZUMA Longdrink
91193 Kelly Wearstler ZUMA Longdrink
91193 Kelly Wearstler ZUMA Longdrink
91193 Kelly Wearstler ZUMA Longdrink
91193 Kelly Wearstler ZUMA Longdrink

Kelly Wearstler • ZUMA


Mouthblown glass. Dishwasher safe, with soft detergent. Designed by Kelly Wearstler.

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Diam.7 x H.16cm

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In addition to the Zuma porcelain tableware, Kelly Wearstler created glassware in amber hues that were so widely used in antique and vintage glassware around the world. 

The unique color progression effect is obtained by using three layers of glass: the amber-colored mass is injected in between two layers of transparent glass. The airy, breezy color contrasts beautifully with the distinctive, thick glass base and the pared-down, straight shape of these tumbler glasses.

The Dune range was developed in collaboration with Belgian brand Serax.

Kelly Wearstler, founder and principal of Kelly Wearstler design studio, is an American designer creating multi-faceted, experiential residential, hospitality, commercial and retail environments as well as expansive collections of lifestyle product designs and brand collaborations. Wearstler is internationally recognized with distinctive design awards by numerous publications – including Architectural Digest’s AD 100; Elle Décor’s The A-List; Wallpaper Magazine’s Top 20 Designers; and Time Magazine’s The Design 100. 

A multi-layered, stimulating sensory experience is at the center of Wearstler’s design approach. Through an exploration of materiality, color, forms and an intuitive juxtaposition of contemporary and vintage, architectural and organic, graphic and instinctual, she curates a wealth of experiences into every space. Wearstler believes that honoring history, location and architecture is imperative to pushing the boundaries and challenging the rules. 

One of the key forces behind the rise of the designer hotel in the early 2000s, Wearstler is currently designing for a new age of elevated residential hotel living with a distinctive vision of authentic cultural immersion and site-specific design. Wearstler received her academic training in interior, architectural and graphic design and is the author of five design books.