08/07/19 - Summer is here and with it the colorful splendor of flowers. Every bouquet is perfectly staged in extraordinary vases by pulpo
Container (design: Sebastian Herkner) convinces with classic shapes paired with surprising colors in a metallic look. The hand-blown vases also function well as a storage object thanks to matching lids.
The square vase building (design: Ferréol Babin), which – as the name suggests – reflects the shape of urban architecture, is also suitable for double use.
'Back to the future' is the motto of the futuristic model fg (design: Visser&Meijwaard), which is reminiscent of foreign galaxies with its robot-like characteristics. Available in black or white, fg can be used as a vase or decorative object.
Modern form, experimental surfaces. The maket vase (design: RSW Design) is characterised by two halves: a distinctive one covered with a thick lava glaze and a smooth coloured one. The special feature – The halves can be shifted in position as desired, giving the vase a new look.
The bellied ceramic vase makeup (design: Hermann August Weizenegger) shines in different metallic colours – thanks to a matt surface covered with micro-small metal chips – depending on the viewing angle and offers an exciting stage for small and large flower bouquets.
Individual cut flowers, on the other hand, find their place in the mountain ceramic vase (design: Ferréol Babin), which is reminiscent of an idyllic French mountain landscape.