Nan Madol's Bottle Creates A Sensory Experience
by Chloe Gordon on 05/03/2023 | 2 Minute Read
Nan Madol's bottle emphasizes a sensory experience. Designed by Estudio Maba, the bottle's label materializes as semi-submerged, demonstrating the effects of water on stone. The materials used, dissolvable papers, recycled glass, and textured glass, continue to add to the sensory experience, creating a mysterious bottle that simultaneously feels elevated and prominent.
An organic and unexplained vodka, tells the story of a small island in a paradisiacal enclave. The island is home to an ancient city, surrounded by vegetation and semi-submerged, of mysterious origin and full of contradictions.
Basalt stones of unknown origin permanently bathed in seawater and rain, titanium sarcophagi, and men sitting on birds are some of the picturesque details that the local’s honor as part of their narrative of the Nan Madol city and its enigmatic origins.
On its label, the bole appears semi-submerged, showing the effects of water on stone. An enigma is revealed in layers when the humidity of the ice cube trays uncovers the strange symbologies that narrate the history of Nan Madol by the hand of its inhabitants. It is a sensory project composed of dissolvable papers, recycled glass, and textured glass.
- Designed By: Estudio Maba