Vases are often used as vessels for storage or display, but one Copenhagen-based company, Wang & Söderström, wants to bring the designs to the forefront of the home through introducing unique lumpy vases that were made using a special algorithm and a 3D printer.
The collection is comprised of three designs and each design consists of two inter-connected parts. The lower part serves as a base, while the upper part holds and stores the flowers. Each base can be mixed and matched with other designs, making for a unique decorative piece.
In addition to the unconventional designs, these vases arrive in vibrant colorways, including pink, green, yellow and orange. These sculptural 3D printed vases are sure to serve as a perfect addition to any contemporary home.
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