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Lilobul is a minimalist design created by Belgium-based designer Vincent Olm. The design is a combination of a champagne and canapé holder. The oval dish that houses the champagne glass can be held up in place by the user, or stood up stationary against a flat surface. The conical glass can be easily lifted out and replaced when necessary. (5)

Name: Lilobul

Designer: Vincent Olm

Location: Belgium

Lilobul is a minimalist design created by Belgium-based designer Vincent Olm. The design is a combination of a champagne and canapé holder. The oval dish that houses the champagne glass can be held up in place by the user, or stood up stationary against a flat surface. The conical glass can be easily lifted out and replaced when necessary.

We’ve all been to that dinner party or social event where we’re trying to clutch a drink in one hand, and the food in that same hand because we’re trying to shake someone else’s hand with our other hand. Thanks to Lilobul, this design does most of the multi-tasking for us, and at the same time look sleek and stylish.

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