Decor BYO bottle chiller

Made by Decor Corporation Pty Ltd in Scoresby, Victoria, 1986.

The decor insulated wine carrier with wine chiller was designed in 1978 to meet the needs of people in Melbourne who patronised ‘BYO’ (bring your own) restaurants, which was a popular practice at this time. It can also be used as a bottle drink carrier for sporting events, picnics and barbecues. Designed by Richard Carlson, it was very different from any other product on the market. It can hold two bottles of wine or four drink cans, and the removable chiller can be frozen before being placed be...

Summary

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Wine carrier with wine chiller, white plastic, Decor Corporation, Australia, 1986

Insulated wine carrier with lid designed to fit two wine bottles. Removable plastic container is designed to be filled with water and frozen. Wine cooler made of white plastic with black handle and lining. In presentation box.

Dimensions

255 mm
445 mm
140 mm

Production

Wine cooler designed by Richard Carlson in Melbourne in 1978. Made by Decor Corporation Ptd Ltd, Scoresby Vic.
The graphic design for the packaging was by Andy Schmid. Australian Design Registration Numbers 75696, 76230.

Richard Carlson is an independent Industrial Design Consultant who has provided Australian manufacturers with over 200 export products. He was awarded the Prince Phillip Prize for Australian Design in 1980 for the design of the Decor Insulated BYO Wine Chiller.
Decor Corporation Pty Ltd 1986
Carlson, Richard 1978

Source

Gift of Decor Corporation, 1987
6 February, 1987

Cite this Object

Decor BYO bottle chiller 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 June 2017, <https://ma.as/77990>
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