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Vase Y Offers a Binary Alternative to Bouquet Arrangement

 - Jan 22, 2013
References: jungdongsung & plusmood
With Vase Y by Dongsung Jung, you don't actually have to worry about "arranging" your flowers as such. The quirky-looking container incorporates just a pair of tiny tubes that accommodates one stem each and directs clusters of pretty petals to one side or the other.

The base of the peculiar piece resembles a test tube with its long and slender shape and its transparent glass materiality. At the rim, this component connects to a wonderfully colorful V-shaped attachment that seems to mimic a segment of a thick off-shooting stalk.

To put it to use, flower stems are inserted and encouraged to bend within Vase Y by Dongsung Jung. The unstable object can be mounted with a bracket on the wall and the water level can be clearly monitored.