LSA International has unveiled its AW23 assortment filled with texture, colour and shape.
Simple, versatile shapes in GIO and GIO LINE are joined by new stemware pieces as LSA reinvest in the strength of utilitarian design. The modern UNION vases pair ribbed cylindrical bases with smooth flared collars and comprehensive sets of glassware in GEMS reference the rich tones and hues of gemstones. The designs of each are underpinned by versatility, allowing one to do more with less, and give new meaning and purpose to objects as they grow with us.
First up, the GIO and GIO LINE series are bolstered by new stemware. Clean lines, softly squared edges and pared back silhouettes give each piece a utilitarian aesthetic. The addition of wine glasses, flutes and saucers with casual stems expands both collections into comprehensive ranges of versatile drinkware.
With UNION, the action of joining together to create a state of harmony informs the collection’s vases. Ribbed and smooth surfaces unite, and cylindrical bases meet a conical collar. Flowers and foliage naturally rest and splay in the mouth-blown flared shape, with the option for the medium vase to be used as a lantern to create ambient candle light.
Finally, GEMS features tumblers inspired by semi-precious gems met with new stemware. Each piece has a contemporary shape, fine fluted walls and a hand painted finish, with a new sapphire blue colourway joining the tonal amber, garnet and jade. Boxed together in sets of four, the shorter stems add a casual feel, and the refreshed lustres lend a light and modern take to this established collection.