The Tourbillon Vase Seems Inspired by Science Class Experiments

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jul 15, 2010 • References: aplusacooren & coolhunting
Looking at the Tourbillon Vase, I can't help but think of my elementary school science class. Do you remember stirring a glass cylinder brimming with water, watching in amazement as a mini cyclone formed within? Seemingly inspired by those informative (and certainly more innocent) days, the French-Japanese design firm A + A Cooren has created this stunning vessel.

The Tourbillon Vase was actually created with the help of a computer program. Made out of two borosilicate glass shells, only 21 were created. Available in Paris at the Gallery S. Bensimon, I'm sure you'll be desperate to get your hands on the limited edition Tourbillon Vase. Stats for Water Cyclone Vases Trending: Older & Average
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