Instead of providing sufficient space for a single bouquet to be placed inside of it, the Puzzled Vase requires you to split up your truss of stems and to slide them down separate narrow shafts. Together, these pieces can be clustered tightly to form a cylindrical circumference, but the user is encouraged to be more creative than that.
The rounded side of each component is finished in white, but the two other faces of the slender vases exhibit vivid colors. What you might like to do with Hanna Emelie Ernsting's design is to group several sections together with their spectral sides oriented outwards. To increase the stability of the Puzzled Vase in this way, bind the bunch together like you would a bouquet.