Glassblowing is an addiction. Danielle Ruttenberg stepped into a glass studio for the first time during her studies at Tyler School of Art. The heat was enticing and the molten glass had her hooked.
She went into business after receiving her BFA. Through years of designing and fabricating, she began to recognize the excess of waste and high energy use that comes from the glass making process. It was then that she teamed up with Rebecca Davies and Mark Ellis to introduce a line of glassware made exclusively from discarded bottles. Their mission, through the creation of hand-blown, small-batch home accessories made from bottle glass is to build a more sustainable art form and manufacturing practice.