an ode to the broken flower

Who does not know it: For every beautiful bunch of flowers remain often some beautiful but bruised copies around. A beautiful chalice, but a short stalk which no place is found and the flower often eventually will be discarded.
+ Nienke van de Pol

chandelier Maria C.S.

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Maria S.C. chandelier is made from laboratory test tubes, set in two plywood bands. This surprising material and geometric shape makes this lamp both classic and innovative. The double glass cylinder recalls Art Deco forms in a unique contemporary way.
+ Pani Jurek

liv vases

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Liv is a series of vases and torches made of mouth blown glass. The different shapes inspires a varied and playful use, and works well both individually and in groups. The vases are made of transparent glass. This gives the flowers light, and the user a full view of the content, while at the same time defining the space around it. The lantern comes in both transparent and dark cobalt blue glass.
+ kristine five melvaer

nato pots

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Life born in the heights, through leafy branches protected by the strength and vitality of mud. Nato, revalued the properties of the earth to give birth to quality of abundant nature, beautifying it delicately coated by organic forms.
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milo lamp by lightovo

Milo lamp / lightovo


The flower inside the glassy hat, on a pedestal, where we can celebrate its presence and observe how it grows.
The glass closing was designed so that the interior was equipped with good air circulation and you could take the plant out effortlessly and take care of it.
The lamp is made specifically for pot plants that need a lot of light to function and grow.
+ lightovo

the phytophiler

the Phytophiler / Dossofiorito


The Phytophiler: a series of hand-thrown terracotta pots on which functional appendices are installed, suggesting possible gestures and daily care for the plants that inhabit our living spaces.
These additional elements represent attempts to interact with the domestic world of plants, through methods and sensibilities that are typical human acts.

+dossofiorito

off centered

Off centered / Lutyk


Items from the “middle” of the table defiantly lean out over the edge of the table. This was possible to achieve by adding a counterweight in the opposite side, inserted into the plywood.
+lutyk

Is it possible to be a revolutionary and like flowers?

Is it possible to be a revolutionary and like flowers? / camille henrot

This project is a translation of an entire library into ikebana. According to Japanese tradition, ikebana was originally created to “console the soul”. The form of a piece of ikebana, its colours and the choice of flowers used constitutes a form of language. The function of consoling and language – two aspects shared by books and flowers – are the starting point.
+camille henrot

flower field

flower field / Diana Scherer


“I’m interested in the age-old human practice of manipulating nature”, she explains. “There is a certain ambiguity that I find intriguing; the idea of loving care and, at the same time, ruthless manipulation. For example, the gardener who loves nature and nurtures the plants he desires also ruthlessly cuts, snips and manipulates them.”
words by Miranda Gavin
+diana scherer

simply flower

simply flower/adamandsamlove

O how we love multi functionality which translates always into sustainability of designed objects, that tend to last much longer and serve double or multi functions.
This is a vase, a planter and a planter stand all one product.
Designed by a duo design team of Adam Cigler and Samuel Cigler.
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fuji vase

fuji vase/ studio toer

The Fuji vase puts the focus on the flower itself. The porcelain vase serves as a steady base from which the flower can flourish. It draws the attention to the flower’s ability to delicately grow towards the sun. The vase is named after Mount Fuji in Japan.
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flower vase tables

flower vase table / roelhuisman

The experiences I have had in designing for theatre performances and living in an interior I designed myself have made me become more and more interested in the interaction between the objects that I design and it’s users.
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daisy garden rug

daisy rug

Joe Jin’s Daisy Garden Rug is playful, interactive and “brings the outdoors in.”
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g,a,r,d,e,n

g,a,r,d,e,n/ studio note

Another beautiful nature inspired work by studio note – a frozen garden of wild flowers, carefully picked from meadows, delicately handled, and preserved in plexiglass.
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hidden vases

hidden vases/ chris kabel

This project started as a research on how to make a vase disappear, based on the way a chicken waterer works.
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