The Vase Na 2.0, developed by the Beijing-based houseware design studio Desz Office, has a geometric three-dimensional structure that plays with the idea of empty space. The minimally designed vase features an open cubic construction that allows flowers to be tucked into its various openings. The center of the Vase Na 2.0's structure is dabbed with color to make the flowers pop. The intriguing design concept breaks down the boundaries between real and virtual.
The Vase Na 2.0 comes in different sizes and can be angled to augment its appearance. Each vase showcases a seamless blend of grouped colors that shine through the otherwise white finish. The Vase Na 2.0, which is closer to a modern art project than a functional houseware, appeals to creative-minded consumers that are interested in innovative design concepts.
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