Posts tagged as 'vases'
Zaha Hadid‘s duo of vases, ‘Loa’ and ‘Vesu’, is the newest highlight in the collection – and one of the most elaborate. It takes three months for the vases to leave Wiener Silber Manufactur
Wiener Silber Manufactur has been working with preeminent designers and artists for over 130 years to make objects from the finest silver. Be it a 20th-century design classic or a contemporary piece, its diverse collection has something for everyone. (by Johannes Hünig)
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Oui Vase by Kristine Five Melvær and Torbjørn Anderssen, photo: Erik Five Gunnerud
The Oui Vase is a collaborative project by designers Kristine Five Melvær and Torbjørn Anderssen, a unique project that celebrates the occasion of their upcoming wedding.
‘Lys’ vase & candleholder by Mizko Design
Schönenwerd, Switzerland-based Mizko Design’s ‘Lys’ is a classic, stylish glass vase and more – it’s also a candleholder.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.06.2014 - Tagged as: Paul Menand, vases
‘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.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.04.2014 - Tagged as: Maria Volokhova, vase, vases
‘Top Girls’ vase by Maria Volokhova
Maria Volokhova’s porcelain works not only re-interpret well-known art masterpieces, they are also functional, unusual, and joyful.
‘Seasons’ vases by Kristine Five Melvær, photo: Erik Five Gunnerud
The shifting colors of nature through a year are the inspiration for Kristine Five Melvær’s glass ‘Seasons’ vases. The pattern of the mouth blown vases is made using a technique that gives each vase a unique motif.
‘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.