nothing design group: calendar with vase
nothing design group: calendar with vase
nov 09, 2010

nothing design group: calendar with vase

‘calendar vase’

koo jin-woog of korea’s nothing design group has presented the 2011 ‘calendar with vase’. the piece presents a calendar as a vase… or a vase as a calendar…? it adds a decorative element to the typically wall hung calendar, providing a vase within the scheduler, allowing one to insert a flower to brighten up their interior.

‘calendar vase’ was available at the designboom tokyo mart 2010.

nothing design group: calendar with vase vase details

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nothing design group: calendar with vase ‘calendar vase’ packaging

nothing design group: calendar with vase ‘calendar vase’ packaging

  • Oh!!! It’s cool~
    I wanna buy it right now and I’ll give it to my friends

    SM says:
  • It cheers up the room environment!

    Cindy says:
  • Where I can buy it?

    ssangles says:
  • Awesome!!
    It’s quite a thoughtful idea. I guess you may put real flowers or branches that represent each season. I like it!

    kuky says:
  • Very nicely & looking cool stuff for my Bedroom. pls Assure me where i can purchase this.

    Rahul Kohli
    [email protected]

    RAHUL KOHLI says:
  • for purchase, here is the nothing design group e-mail
    [email protected]

    koo-NOTHING design group says:
  • Good concept.

    sbchoi says:
  • graphic is ugly

    jason says:

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