The Philips transparent Lumiware LED Color-Changing is a vase that ca be use indoor or outdoor to add a modern touch your flower arrangement.
The vase features white and colored, energy-efficient LED lighting ights in the bottom. These LEDs can either cycle through a rainbow of colors or be set to a static color.
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‘Grass,’ handmade stoneware vase was created by famous designer Norman Copenhagen. It brings a bit of nature inside your home.The dazzling design of grass brings new life to your flowers.
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Made in blown borosilicate glass by Italian designer Giorgio Bonaguro, this root vase-shaped inserted into a glass tube is praise to nature highlighting the flowers, stems and roots. Read More…
The Swing Vase conceived by designer Britt Bonnesen for the Danish brand Normann Copenhagen is a simple and sculptural vase created by glassblowers that makes each copy slightly different. The fun design is a timeless work of art that honors the tradition of this ancient craft by allowing each one to be slightly different.
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To create the vase’s bulbous form, Wanders stuffed a latex condom with hard-boiled eggs and then cast the resulting shape in white porcelain. In doing so, he imbued the traditional medium with humour and an organic sensibility not normally associated with it.
Giorgia Zanellato introduced a collection of six vases that use mirrors to draw attention to the role of the flowers placed within. Made in borosilicate glass, powder-coated aluminum and mirrored stainless steel, the reflections, or refractions, range from simplest enhancement of a flower stem to a complex kaleidoscope effect.
“Narciso is a project which started with the intention of designing some vases, focusing on the functionality of the vase as an object. But what is the function of a vase? They are used to display flowers. Narciso is a collection of six different vases which use mirrors to draw attention to the role of the flowers. Mirrors are investigated in all their aspects, from the simplest reflection to the most complex one. In this way each vase shows flowers from a different point of view. They’re made in borosilicate glass, powder-coated alluminium and mirrored stainless steal.“
Studio Dror designed the Vase of Phases series for Rosenthal. Before the porcelain vase is shattered, it’s protected in the interior with rubber so that the pieces retain the shape of impact. Then it’s redipped in porcelain.
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Maria Perales presents this collection of houseware that need furniture to hold and support It. Mirrors, vases and chandeliers fit in and on the furniture, becoming a part of its everyday landscape. Read More…
The duo Federica Castagno and Sara Petrucci of Acquacalda have presented their new collection called “Applied Physics,” a range of kitchen gadgets based on the laws of physics.
The collection also includes a self-hydrating plant pot, a glass with a measuring reservoir, a bowl for weighing dry food in water and a vase that indicates the water level inside through its handle.
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This wonderful vase called Prosthetic Vase is created by Shay Shafranek, a designer from Israel. The vase has transformed from being a preserving vessel into an active resuscitating object that keeps your flower alive and kicking. The vase has capillary tubes that suck water upwards toward the flower. In this way, this vase will not only beautify your place through keeping the flowers alive, it will also limits your effort of changing flowers from time to time.
Whomade signs 5 new collections in limited edition have presented in at Macef 2009: Acqua Alta, Blister, Impronta, Cabarè and Equilibrista. The exclusive Whomade collections of products with a high added human value get even more precious by those special editions in which the prestige of noble materials and the attention for refined details blend with the care for artisanal processes and skillful techniques.
it’s amazing what you can do with a simple glove. The materials are simple: it’s just a chromed support, a plastic base and a medical glove that change into a vase. It’s really nice transformation to bear flowers.