Divergence is a concept developed for the first edition of Glassology contest by Belgian designer, Dries Vanlerberghe.

Convinced ergonomics are the key to perfect design, Dries created a glass that feels right in your hand, while honoring one of the great glass forms: the old-fashioned. Why the old-fashioned? Dries loves its ability to combine elegance with robustness, delicacy with tactile presence.

The result was Divergence, a glass with two distinct elements. One the one hand, the physicality and geometric forms of Cubism. On the other, a polished upper-half lifting our eyes to the rim of the glass, just as the Big Apple’s Deco buildings lift our eyes skyward.

It’s a glass that invites you to grasp it and bring it to your lips. Its design might be based on a Divergence of two styles, but fill it with the right drink and everything converges into a truly satisfying sensory experience.  


  • Ergonomics, tactile, charming
  • Art deco look
  • Durable
  • Perfect for all type of drinks
  • European production
  • Rocks, beverage and beverage.