sam baron: paysages for skitsch
‘paysages’ for skitsch by sam baron all images courtesy of skitsch
dividing his time between paris, lisbon and treviso, freelance designer sam baron has developed ‘paysages’ for italian company skitsch. on show during the 2012 milan design week the collection of multiple vases are a combination of clear and frosted glass. similar to russian dolls, one vessel nestles into the other to hold a single flower, or bouquet. these decorative objects contain ornamental pinnacles that represent a new type of glassware where the piece itself seems to be in constant bloom.
nestled glass pieces
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