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Daniel Libeskind takes on redesign of Richard Hennessy cognac carafe

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Daniel Libeskind takes on redesign of Richard Hennessy cognac carafe

In what marks his first collaboration with Hennessy (LVMH), Polish-American architect and designer Daniel Libeskind dreamed up a striking decanter in Baccarat crystal.

Maison Hennessy has revealed the new bottle design for Richard Hennessy, the rarest cognac in its collection and a tribute to the brand’s eponymous founder.

World-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind designed the decanter (Baccarat), taking inspiration from Hennessy’s rich history and dedication to the craft of cognac making. "There is a complexity, process and structure to cognac, just as there is in architecture," remarks Libeskind. Starting with a classic Hennessy cognac bottle shape, but wanting to push the boundaries of the design, its soft curves contrast with the decanter’s geometric silhouette.

 

Launching this month, the Richard Hennessy decanter comes with accessories to complete the cognac tasting ritual: glasses, a fusil, and a tray.

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