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Seeeeriously missing this moment @chewtonglen yesterday as I currently walk through rainy London!! BUT today is #internationalwomensday and I couldn't be more grateful for the women in my industry and all the others who constantly strive for more and drive that glass ceiling a little bit higher everyday. You push me to do better to be better and I couldn't be more thankful for all those in my life especially the ones who have always been there! Now for a day of meetings and recipe testing…
The "anti-kitchen," as Mitchell calls it, has been kept as uncluttered and functional as possible. An industrial-style light from Ann-Morris Antiques hangs over a vintage table, where the owner has put a Sharp TV. A niche holds cookbooks and everyday glasses and china conveniently at hand. Stainless-steel cabinets frame the stove, a vintage Viking.
Chicago native Felicia Ferrone designed the Talise water filter jug. Ferrone seeks to elevate everyday design to new aesthetic heights and this piece soars. The jug fits any standard sized water filter and can also be used for other beverages. It's made of Boroscilicate glass by master glassblowers in the Czech Republic. Art Institute of Chicago, Director of Graduate Studies in Industrial Design at University of Illinois Chicago, fferone, glassware, handmade, product design