To celebrate the first days of spring, producer Perrier-Jouët champagne presents “The Enchanting Tree”. Inspired by Emile Gallé’s white anemones for Perrier-Jouët bottles from 1902, this rightly named artwork transforms the ritual of serving Champagne into a magical moment.
This creation represents a natural fairy tale, where a tree is adorned with fine golden floral shapes and leaves, which are intertwined with branches at the tips, building props for 6 flutes of champagne. This luxury desk accessory is working on metal, and the branches bent by hand and individually welded sheets.
Suitable for inside, terrace or garden, by daylight or by moonlight ,wherever been placed, this art tree showcases champagne in a full light and offers “a memorable experience”.
Serving a bottle of Perrier Jouët Belle Epoque, a champagne floral aromas, which sweetens the palate with notes of ginger, pear and fresh pineapple will be raised into the highest level thanks to this Tord Boontje‘s The Enchanting Tree.
“My ideas come from my walks in the forest and from observing the interaction between light and nature” explains the designer, who ceaselessly explores the relationship between nature and technology, refusing to associate modernism with minimalism.