Ruiqi Dai Fountainia Divide wine into two wine glasses
Fountainia Divide wine into two wine glasses is Bronze Design Award winner in 2017 - 2018 Bakeware, Tableware, Drinkware and Cookware Design Award Category.
Fountainia Divide wine into two wine glasses

Designed by Ruiqi Dai, the Fountainia is an elegant wine divider. When pouring wine from the top, it flows equally into two wine glasses. It is defined by its organic lines, which take their inspiration from flower petals. Hand-crafted by master blowers in London, the superior quality of Fountainia is expressed in its creativity and attention to detail. The main function of Fountainia is to reduce the pouring frequency by half, creating a unique and intimate experience in the action of pouring and sharing.

Fountainia Divide wine into two wine glasses
Ruiqi Dai Fountainia
Ruiqi Dai Divide wine into two wine glasses
Ruiqi Dai design
Ruiqi Dai design
Ruiqi Dai

Ruiqi Dai, as the twenty-two best graduate designer-makers from across UK, graduated from University of the Arts London, after that, she furthered her study in Royal College of Art. Her works have been exhibited internationally and was described by the High End Magazine: “ have using completely original, handmade luxury objects to blend the lines between functional design and sculptural art.” Her latest series of works were collected by the British Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing.

Ruiqi Dai

Ruiqi Dai, founded in 2016 in London, by Ruiqi, Chinese designer and artist, is a contemporary design studio. Ruiqi Dai design studio focuses on exploring and constructing aesthetic value of high quality life. Ruiqi Dai works internationally providing design services including product design, graphic design and branding. Their products range from lighting to furniture, from tableware through to interior accessories, they are easily recognizable for their sculptural form and sensualness. Ruiqi has successively invited by crucially major design exhibitions and museums around the world, such as Milan Design Week, London Design Week, Maison et Object and so on.