keisuke fujiwara designs flower vase that swings as petals fall
(above) the collection of flower vases comes in five different color combinations
all images courtesy of keisuke fujiwara
japanese designer keisuke fujiwara has created a vase for flowers so delicate that it swings slowly as the petals fall. the drop-shaped container is made of steel, and thanks to a weight that has been placed inside, the spherical surface can stand. once a flower is inserted, the vase inclines diagonally in a very natural way. this feeling of airiness is exalted by a dim movement that is generated whenever a petal of the flower falls. a mirror surface finish was used with an addition on a gradient.
the flower vase collection comes in five different color combinations making it ideal for having the whole set, or just one preferred mix.
due to a weight placed on the bottom of the spherical vase, the object slightly inclines
a falling petal will generate a subtle movement of the vase
the vases are made of steel and are finished with a gradient mirror
edited by: juliana neira | designboom