The shape of the glass shows us which content is has to be filled with.You use a Martini glass for a Cosmopolitan, when you want to drink champers, you use champagne flutes, and so on. Therefore a well stocked home bar has numerous glasses that are designated to hold special contents.
The designer Alissia Melka-Teichroew faced the challenge in a playful and creative way to turn her drinking glasses inside out with her design, so that she created quasi the negative of a glass. The outer trapezoid shape complies with the form of an archetypical drinks glass. The inside of the glass explains the use of the glass; above all when it is filled.
The InsideOut glasses are an aesthetic, humorous and stylish complement for every home bar. Moreover they have the practical advantage of being insulated, thanks to the double-walled glass that keeps the champagne cool longer than conventional champagne flutes.