Design Seen: Gin Wheel

<< Back to Home & Style, March 2014
  • Samantha Brooks

The New York–based firm AvroKO, which has designed everything from lofts in Brooklyn to the Kid Robot store in Los Angeles, collaborated with Bombay Sapphire East to create this home bar item ($500). Inspired by a lazy Susan, the walnut Gin Wheel can house everything needed—bottles, bar tools, glassware, and more—to make a classic gin and tonic. A removable central aluminum sleeve serves as an ice bucket for the device, which is available exclusively through the Future Perfect. 212.473.2500, www.thefutureperfect.com

 

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