Emmanuelle Moureaux × Coca-Cola Heritage Glass

Coca-Cola appointed today’s most revolutionary and influential designer, Thomas Meyerhoffer, to create its latest icon, the “Heritage Glass”, as an item to be passed down into the future. Following its launch at the revered Paris boutique Colette, is a fantastical installation in Tokyo by architect Emmanuelle Moureaux. The installation, called ”Sparkling Bubbles,” features 800 clear acrylic bulbs, and weaves a three dimensional light gradient of red, purple, blue, green, yellow-green, yellow and beyond to create a work that unfolds not unlike a bouquet of flowers emerging from space.

Emmanuelle Moureaux × Coca-Cola Heritage Glass

Architect and Designer

Emmanuelle Moureaux:French architect and designer residing in Tokyo since 1996. Established "emmanuelle moureaux architecture + design" in 2003. Known for her unique color as space maker technique and her unique color scheming, she designs architecture, interior, furniture and products. Associate Professor, Tohoku University of Art & Design