Inspired by the spiralling movement of air, often seen through smoke or mist, the new Aer vase by Gabriel Tan for MENU brings sculptural appeal to surfaces. Taking its name from the Latin word for air or vapour, the vase’s asymmetrical silhouette undulates in liquid-like waves to bring a tactile, almost ethereal quality to the glass. Offered in two sizes, high or low, the sculptural design is ideal paired in twos to display flowers or branches, yet looks equally beautiful as a standalone sculpture.
Designer: Gabriel Tan
H: 49 cm, W: 22 cm, D: 10,5 cm
The Échasse Vase combines the classic elegance of a traditional glass vase with a playful, light expression. The word échasse is French for stilts and this round-bottomed vase is anchored to the table by four slender legs that resemble stilts. Brand: MenuDesigner: Theresa Arns Material: Glass & BrassColour:...
A handmade white speckled vase made of clay. Material: speckled clayColours: White/crèmeMeasurements:15x15x30,5cm
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Beautiful hand-shaped vase in terracotta, with an organic shape. Luna has an unpolished surface that gives it a rough and natural appearance. The majestic vase has such an elegant look, which in itself becomes a decorative element. Luna should only be used inside doors or in the orangery to ensure...