When it comes to finding the perfect vase you really have to heavily consider its location in your house and how it will reflect the already existing decor in said room. One room may call for a floor vase, where as another room may need a ceramic vase to accent the side table within it. Having so much experience in working on various 3D printed prototypes, Kazuya Koike has finally created a genuinely usable product that has the ability of being mass produced with the exact same 3D technology. The designers results end up being a very unique twist on home decor and it has been titled the ‘Unfinished Vase’.
Just by a glance, it is very clear that this is the ultimate minimal design that has a very unique appeal to it thanks to its toned blues and faint rose colors. It received its name due to the missing wedge in the base, which leaves an opening for expose water and easy access. All you as the user have to do is put your favorite flowers or other stemmed plants into the open spout and add water through this opening. The user just has to turn it so the opening isn’t visible to others and boom, you have a very decorative aesthetically pleasing vase.
There is no doubt that this unusually shaped centerpiece will be the topic of conversation for any flower enthusiast, or anyone who enjoys decorative home decor. What I like about this design is it doesn’t give off the fragile feeling that most cheap or glass vases do. Although this isn’t a bulky shape for a vase, I still don’t get the feeling when looking at it that it can be easily broken. Here at 123 Design, we sincerely enjoy this design for a plant vase, so much so if they ever go for sale we may just have to buy them in bulk!
Designer: Kazuya Koike