How do I introduce myself

Where heaven meets earth, there is EGA. 
Through the ever-changing clouds surrounding the peaks of the Dolomites at an altitude of 2,160 metres,
the purest mineral water gushes out.

The crystal clear natural water is represented by a predominantly clear day around our high peaks.
Of course we depend on a few clouds to get our most precious water.
Sparkling clear water depicts a more cloudy and foggy day above our icy mountain peaks.

EGA paints a picture of what it feels like to drink the freshest, purest water from the top of the world.
After all, the sky is the limit.


- Lindsey Blake -
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Capsule
Capsule
Aluminum screw cap, recyclable and reusable
Shape
Shape
The shape of the glass recalls the moment when the drop of Ega leaves the rock from which it flows
Design
Design
The clouds around the peaks of the Dolomites are constantly evolving: the crystal clear natural water is represented by a predominantly clear day
Material
Material
The glass that covers Ega is totally recyclable and makes the bottle a design object
Design
Design
The clouds around the peaks of the Dolomites are constantly evolving: the sparkling water depicts a more cloudy and foggy day
Shaped bottom
Shaped bottom
The shaped bottom portrays the peaks of the Dolomites from which this Ega water flows
Capsule
Aluminum screw cap, recyclable and reusable
Material
The glass that covers Ega is totally recyclable and makes the bottle a design object
Shape
The shape of the glass recalls the moment when the drop of Ega leaves the rock from which it flows
Design - Sparkling water
The clouds around the peaks of the Dolomites are constantly evolving: the sparkling water depicts a more cloudy and foggy day
Design - Still water
The clouds around the peaks of the Dolomites are constantly evolving: the crystal clear natural water is represented by a predominantly clear day
Shaped bottom
The shaped bottom portrays the peaks of the Dolomites from which this Ega water flows

How do I introduce myself

The story of Ega

Ega was born from the idea of imprisoning in the shape of the glass the instant the drop leaves the rock. The shape of the elongated bottle, the light weight of the glass, Ega seems designed to stand on the table without invading the spaces but to enhance them in elegance. The glass drop encloses inside it, in relief, the rock that generated it: the real plus of Ega is in fact the shaped bottom that depicts the peaks of the Dolomites from which this precious water flows.

The choice of material to produce Ega was immediate, glass as a fully recyclable material not only gives value to the bottle itself but makes it an object that can have a new life beyond the table of the restaurant or your home. A design object decorated with great elegance that can then also become a furnishing accessory in rooms. For this purpose a screw cap closure was chosen, totally in aluminium without visible plastic parts, which allows to close the bottle endless times keeping the packaging visually unchanged.

Ega will be produced in a glassworks in Italy at the forefront for the attention to the environment where the glass is produced in oxy-fuel ovens that allow to reduce by 70% the polluting emissions into the environment. 30% of the heat produced by glass melting plants is then recovered and used for district heating in the town where the glassworks is located.