A Marble Vase with Dual Personalities

This vase, named Introverso 2, has dual personalities. Designed by Paolo Ulian and Moreno Ratti, the vase is made of solid marble that’s cut to reveal slats. At first glance, you don’t see that there’s another silhouette of a vase hidden inside with a completely different shape. Anytime you feel like it, take a hammer and chip away at the edges of the marble slats. The more you break away, the more you see of the new shape. Whether you decide to keep the original, rectangular vase or bring out the more traditional shaped vase underneath, the choice is yours.

Glass Vases “Pino-Pino” by Maija Puoskari and Tuukka Tujula

Maija Puoskari together with Tuukka Tujula has designed a glass vase/container named Pino-Pino. “When receiving flowers one often has just the wrong vase. The glass vase Pi-no Pi-no offers a solution to this problem with its modifiability. The height and colour of this practical and beautiful vase can be adjusted through its stackable glass rings, so that one vase can work in different situations. When not in use for flowers, the vase can be turned into a container due to its wooden lid.”

Limited Edition Wood Vases

Based in Austin, Texas, the design studio LEBORED is run by Alex Shilin and Jennifer Eshelman. They create unique objects in limited editions and currently they have a series of wood vessels that are pretty sweet. Some of the vessels have feet and some don’t, some are hand painted while others are stained. Each one is unique and sealed on the inside to protect the wood from water in case you use yours as a vase. If you’re interested – you can buy them here.

Creative 90° Vase by Cuatro Cuatros

Cuatro Cuatros 90° is a creative vase that displays an intriguing geometry. " Is this an impossible triangle? The interposition, orientation and perspective create a contradiction of the space that makes us perceive something that is not. It comes from the Penrose experience. 90° is a vase that, based on a drawing, has been converted to a geometrical shape with volume. Depending on the point of view, both ends coincide and make it look like a closed figure. " Take a look!

Original WIG Vase by Tania da Cruz

We’ve seen a lot of vases for flowers including a few ones on the pages of our magazine. Today we want to show you great combination of vase and sculpture. Creative and interesting idea came to designer Tania da Cruz. She created flower vase with unexpected forms. It’s shaped like a human head. The water will be stored inside it and flower and plants inserted to the wholes will look like a strange and yet beautiful wig. Interior designers should pay attention to this original vase.