Habitus loves …mixing drinks

Inspired by Don Draper’s character in Mad Men, this week we explore some unusual barware that complements the home spun hospitality of cocktail glory days

24 Feb 2012

Inside-out martini

Designed by: BY” AMT

Why we love it:Unassuming and simple the Inside-out martini glass is housed in an easy-to handle glass cube.

Where you can get it: BY: AMT

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Bullet shaker

Designed by: Arne Jacobsen

Why we love it: Classic and understated the divine bullet shaker by Arne Jacobsen is simple and chic. It makes you want to take your shaking seriously.

Where you can get it: Corporate Culture

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Debonair Ice-bucket

Designed by: Vera Wang

Why we love it: Old school meets new school in this nifty ice bucket inspired the art-deco era. Grab your tongs and make a hygienic ritual of your drinks service.

Where you can get it:Wedgwood

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Ice pincers


Designed by: Georg Jensen

Why we love it: VERTICA clean lines and elongated forms recall the golden age of cocktails.

Where you can get it:Georg Jensen

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AK47 ice

Why we love it: These ice trays pack 10 AK47 bullets of pure water to crate novelty ice.

Where you can get it: Charles and Marie

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Debonair ice scoop

Designed by: Vera Wang

Why we love it: With a very glamorous take on cocktail hour, Vera Wangs debonair ice scoop presents an neat alterative to ice tongs.

Where you can get it: Wedgwood

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Pouring tools

Designed by: Established & sons

Why we love it:Slick and sleek these pewter jugs are made from two intersecting cones. Inspired by old-style oilcans they are the perfect accoutrement for any bar.

Where you can get the fabric: LivingEdge

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Aster X

Designed by:Poltrona Frau

Why we love it:A sexy re-interpretation of the classic director’s chair, this laid-back leather upholstered chair invites one to sit back and ponder the day’s activities while drinking a Whiskey Sour.

Where you can get it: Corporate Culture

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