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‘Roots’ vases by Giorgio Bonaguro (IT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.01.2013 - Tagged as: , , ,

‘Roots’ Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro; photo by Andrea Basile Studio

‘Roots’ Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro; photo by Andrea Basile Studio

The colourful roots of Giorgio Bonaguro’s glass vases can hold a single flower, but when placed upside-down the larger outer cylinder can hold a bunch. Bonaguro combines simple lines with an iconic shape: an outer clear glass cylinder is joined with an internal element in coloured glass which represents the roots of a flower. Made of blown borosilicate glass.

 

‘Roots’ Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro; photo by Andrea Basile Studio

‘Roots’ Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro; photo by Andrea Basile Studio

 

‘Roots’ Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro; photo by Andrea Basile Studio

‘Roots’ Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro; photo by Andrea Basile Studio

 

‘Roots’ Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro; photo by Andrea Basile Studio

‘Roots’ Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro; photo by Andrea Basile Studio

 

to the Giorgio Bonaguro website

 

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