With the emergence of the relevant technology, things like 3D-printed vases are a reality. In an age, where designers are utilizing the same technique to create breathtaking, form-defining silhouettes, thinking outside of the box and working with what you've got is essential.
Doogdesign's 3D-printed vases are a definite example of this. The collection is somewhat of a spontaneous venture for the Osaka-based studio. Founder Kazuya Koike did not have a high-end printer to produce the object and instead utilized the low-budget one in the Doogdesign office. He accepted privation as a component of design and therefore, was able to produce the Unfinished 3D-printed vase that takes on the silhouette of an upside down funnel. Each vessel has a small opening that makes it possible for consumers to keep their vegetation hydrated.
Photo Credits: Ikuo Hiramatsu