The contemporary Trunk Vase is the result of a collaboration between Nosigner and the flower designer Nobuaki Kawahara. The creatives decided that to make an object intended for the presentation of beautiful stems, leaves and petals, the logical inspiration was something that also grows out of the ground.
This decorative item was made to look like a segment from the body of a tree, chopped off at the top and the bottom to embody an organic yet loosely cylindrical shape. These gorgeous containers are made from ceramic material and textured by molds made from genuine tree bark. The piece comes in white and charcoal.
When you put a single ornamental branch or even a bouquet of flowers into the Trunk Vase, what you end up with is this visual montage that seems to reference one complete plant.
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The Trunk Vase Seems a Natural Vessel for Presenting Flower Arrangements
- By: Amelia RoblinJan 13, 2014