Mass by Arik Levy Can Be Placed Upright or Flat to Suit the Stem of Any Flower

 - Feb 9, 2012
Based on the criteria that it's a solid object capable of embracing a bouquet, Mass by Arik Levy is in fact a vase. However, it remains rather unconventional in the way that it has several points of entry and doesn't look to incorporate an enclosed container for water.

No, these two singular black and white stem holders take rectangular prisms, manufactured of Corian and detailed with several bores that seem to penetrate the blocks completely. The holes appear to have been drilled straight down and are able to accommodate long stems and short-stemmed flowers, depending on the opening used. The versatility of Mass by Arik Levy allows the user to set it vertically or horizontally to suit the room and the floral arrangement.