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Tom Dixon's PLANT Collection Combines Craftsmanship and Freedom of Form

 - Feb 2, 2018
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Tom Dixon's 'PLANT' collection uses beautiful design to create micro-ecosystems. Unveiled at the 2018 Maison et Objet, these self-sustaining ecosystems give users the ability to create unique and beautiful terrariums. A visual "how-to" guide comes with the distinct double-headed vase and instructs buyers on how to best inhibit and plant their very own ecosystem. The double-headed design makes assembly and adjustments easy. The double-headed vase also works perfectly as a housing for other floral arrangements, for those who are not inclined to create their own ecosystems.

Each vase is completely unique as every vase sold was mouth-blown. No two vessels are the same as the all range in size, thickness and even have slight variations in shape. The idea of unpredictability seems to tie the entire PLANT collection together as the variation in vases pair nicely in the randomness of homemade terrariums. Tom Dixon's PLANT collection is a striking piece of design that combines human creation with the randomness of nature.