huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass
 

huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass

huy pham’s ‘fority cookings pots’ project consists of three different-sized containers made entirely from durable heat-resistant borosilicate glass, generally used in laboratory glassware. these properties allow the pots to be used in almost all conventional kitchen appliances — an oven, gas stove or microwave.

huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass
the set consists of three different-sized pots made entirely from durable heat-resistant borosilicate glass

 

 

prague-based designer huy pham‘s cooking pots have a smooth and inert surface that doesn’t react chemically with food in any way, making it ideal for healthy cooking. ‘glass has been a part of our kitchens for centuries, mainly used for serving rather than cooking. choosing borosilicate glass gives the product great technical properties, but it is also the emotional value that makes it special. transparent glass allows you to observe the whole process and see how your food is slowly being cooked’, says the designer.

huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass
it has an inert surface that doesn’t react chemically with food in any way, making it ideal for healthy cooking

 

 

huy pham has presented the project at this year’s designblok | prague international design festival, subsequently nominated for the czech national award for student design and won in two categories: excellent student design and the museum of decorative arts award. the designer is currently negotiating with the manufacturer about the possibility of a full-scale production. the young designer worked with kavalier, a traditional manufacturer of borosilicate glass with a 180-year long history from central bohemia. the company produces kitchen glassware under the SIMAX brand and has experience with both industrial and handmade products.

huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass
the designer is currently negotiating with the manufacturer about the possibility of a full-scale production

huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass
the pots can be used in almost all conventional kitchen appliances — an oven, gas stove or microwave

huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass
huy pham has presented the project at this year’s designblok | prague international design festival

huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass
transparent glass allows you to observe the whole process and see how your food is slowly being cooked

huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass
the pots are made from durable heat-resistant borosilicate glass, generally used in laboratory glassware

huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass
‘fority cooking pots’ can be easily used to prepare and serve salad

huy pham has created a set of transparent cooking pots made from technical glass
the kitchen glassware is ideal for serving warm soup

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: apostolos costarangos | designboom

  • It’s an amazing design. Makes it easy to observe the changing during cooking.
    Would really love to have an order for this set.

    Hsi-An Chen
  • Would like to place an order for the glass pots

    Zandile

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