Roots vases by Giorgio Bonaguro

Category: Design Published on 10 Jan, 2013 Tags: , ,

The Roots vases designed by italian designer Giorgio Bonaguro are ambivalent objects that want to combine simple lines with an iconic shape: an outer clear glass cylinder is joined with an internal element in colored glass which represents the roots of a flower. These objects, made in blown borosilicate glass, are ambivalent because they can be used as decorative flower pots in two directions: on the first side as an one flower-vase and for group of flowers of the other side.

The Roots Vases can be bought actually in Milan at the Design Gallery Luisa Delle Piane and soon in other countries. + more

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