Roots Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro Celebrate Plants' Vital Features

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 10, 2013 • References: bonagurogiorgio & designspotter
A beautiful bouquet would makes the appearance of a vase secondary, yet there is the opportunity to make such a vessel stand out on its own. These Roots Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro compete with the wonderful colors and shapes of the stems that are placed inside, creating a captivating display to enhance your household decoration.

Perfect cylinders of transparent borosilicate make up the broader exterior of the stem holders, and these seem to morph into the vibrant glass tubes that branch out into tiny offshoots. The configuration of the Roots Vases by Giorgio Bonaguro means that they can be used in either of two orientations. Several flowers can be inserted into one end while a single blossom can be displayed from the other.

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