Every so often a food design comes along that really makes you think ''hmm...why didn't someone invent that before?" Well, behold the Pure Bottle, a 3-1 drinking glass, spoon and lantern designed to make camping, picnics and even restaurant dining all that much fabulous.
Designed by Lucirmás studio in Barcelona, this lovely bottle is made from "a single recycled wine bottle which has been cut in two positions, giving new life and value to the object."
The drinking glass is made from the base of the wine bottle and provides a durable vessel for beverages. Made from the middle of the bottle, the lantern component is perfect for protecting votive candles from the wind.
The spoon component, which is made from the neck of the bottle, is elegant and great for anything from eating cereal or soup to plating food at restaurants.
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