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3 Bottles Bucket Zermatt

by Patrick Jouin

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The Zermatt 3 Bottles Bucket was created in 2013 by French designer Patrick Jouin for Puiforcat, complementing the flatware collection designed in 2010. Patrick Jouin drew inspiration from Zermatt, an opulent Swiss ski resort surrounded by breathtaking mountains including the harsh majesty of the summit of Matterhorn. The Zermatt collection has already been deemed a classic of contemporary design by authoritative observers: the world's top museums, from the Centre Pompidou in Paris to the New York Museum of Arts and Design, have sung its praises. The 3 Bottle Bucket is silverplated.

Boasting exceptional savoir-faire, the House of Puiforcat offers pieces of its heritage while imagining the classics of tomorrow. The Parisian silversmith Puiforcat is regarded as one of the legendary names in European silver craftsmanship.

The Zermatt 3 Bottles Bucket by Patrick Jouin for Puiforcat
- Contemporary design
- Silverplated
- H 8.6" x ∅ 10.6", vol 433.3 oz
- Made in France


Silverplated metal
H 8.6" 10.6" Capacity 433.3oz


Patrick Jouin
Patrick Jouin

Patrick Jouin is a French designer born in Nantes in 1967. He graduated from the ENSCI industrial design school in Paris in 1992. Jouin expresses his creativity in the realms of both industrial and luxury design. He has worked on extraordinary projects with the greatest names in the industry, including Puiforcat, Cassina, Kartell, Alessi, establishing himself firmly on the French and European design scenes. Few are able to evolve with the same ease and power as Patrick Jouin among the realms of furniture, industrial design and scenography. His career has already seen remarkable highpoints, including a solo exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in 2009 and winning the prestigious Italian Industrial Design award Compasso d’Oro, in 2011. Today, Patrick Jouin directs two design agencies: Patrick Jouin iD for industrial design and, as a joint endeavor with partner Sanjit Manku, the interior and architectural design firm Jouin Manku.