Designer and former Factory Records co-director Peter Saville has unveiled a new range of glassware, inspired by the legendary Manchester nightclub The Haçienda.

The lab-inspired flasks come in a range of sizes, and all feature the iconic hazard lines which are associated with the palatial club.

Saville was influential in the Manchester music and arts scene in a number of ways, including his record sleeve designs for bands such as Joy Division and New Order.

Peter Saville’s Hacienda glassware range

But way before The Haçienda decks started spinning, the three diagonal stripes featured in Manchester’s coat of arms, representing its three rivers: the Irwell, the Med­lock and the Irk.

The iconic stripes were then echoed in Ben Kelly’s design for the Factory club’s dance floor.

Produced and etched in the North of England, each flask comes complete with a natural silicone base-mat and stopper.

Launched in collaboration with the Museum of Science & Industry, the vases will set you back £99 each, and can be ordered through at the MOSI store, the Science Museum, London, and through Science Museum shop website here: .


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