Wednesday, January 16, 2013


Some vases i've been bumping into and i love.

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Designed by Ryosuke Uehara and Yoshie Watanabe, the Hope Forever Blossoming vase and watering can is made out of vinyl and expanding when filled with water.  For the ones travelling a lot why don't you pack one of these and take it as decoration item wherever you go? Want to read more about the designers and how the idea to create these vases came? Click Here

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The sky planter from Bosske.
Going against gravity and saving some space? Read more about the Sky Planter Here
Foto via Bosske

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The Air Vase by Tokyo-based Torafu Architects is formed a paper bowl that envelops air. From a flat perforated paper stretched on each side to freely change its shape by molding it into a dish, a small bowl or a vase. Each side of the paper comes in different shades so that the vase ‘switches’ color viewed at various angles.
Also something to take with you on a trip or give as a present envolving a bottle of wine. The package contains 3 vases. Find the shop adresses HERE

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Here’s another innovative and eco-friendly vase (use for plastic bottles). The possibilities are endless with this vase. Just slip the specially cut paper over the bottle, and voilĂ , you have a stunning vase! Can be used on bottles of all shapes and sizes. Create the look that suits you. The paper is made from leftover material generated in the paper printing and production process.

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