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‘Renversé’ vase by Paul Menand (FR)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.06.2014 - Tagged as: ,

'Renversé' vase by Paul Menand

‘Renversé’ vase by Paul Menand

For French designer Paul Menand, what started out as a “2 in 1″ object that could either hold a small daisy or large lily, became two objects in one.

 

 

'Renversé' vase by Paul Menand

‘Renversé’ vase by Paul Menand

A simple turn of the ceramic brick-shaped vase, 90 degrees, and what was a horizontal shaped vase becomes a vertical one. “The form is deliberately simple, timeless, thus defining the simplicity of the chosen colors of these two prototypes.” says Menand.

 

'Renversé' vase by Paul Menand

‘Renversé’ vase by Paul Menand

With the stopper going in the opposite lip and neck, the new opening is ready to receive the flower.

 

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