Lumson has launched two new 30-ml geometric bottles that are an homage to the simplicity and purity of the cubic shape.
Dubbed “Kube”, the new minimalist design is presented as a “springboard for unleashing creativity,” through “new combinations and materials.”
With its solid shape, essential contours, and modularity, the new design takes its inspiration from cult objects: the Brionvega radio, the iconic Rubik cube, or Le Corbusier’s architecture or the two-dimensional works of Sol Lewitt.
“Even urban architecture seems to have drawn great inspiration from the solid geometry of the cube. Modularity, one of the composition’s key elements, becomes the cornerstone of buildings and skyscrapers inspired by the metabolism, motion that blends mega metropolitan buildings with vegetation,” says Lumson in a statement.
H Kube and IT- Kube, Lumson’s two new 30-ml glass bottles, claim the same inspiration with a different silhouette. H Kube has a slenderer shape, while IT- Kube is more compact.
Both of them feature a cap and bottle blend together, yielding an original shape refined by rounded corners and a harmonious silhouette, easy to use for make-up and skincare products.
Both H Kube and IT-Kube can be paired with different dispenser systems (pump/dropper) for optimal product distribution.
In order to confer prestige to the bottle and enhance the product it contains, Lumson decided to produce the bottles out of thickened glass.