Spring News

Vases and flower pots

Bramble Vase: Designed by Niruk

Bramble's beautiful and distinctive appearance was the result of an antique waffle iron that was used to create the prototype. Today, a special mould is used to replicate the process, and each vase is blown in this form, giving each vase a unique quality with a distinctive surface and bubbling structure. Bramble is also made from 100% pure sand, which ensures a stronger and higher quality than recycled glass.

Bulk series: Designed by Steffensen & Würtz

Bulk is a series of vases and candleholders designed by the design duo Steffensen & Würtz, who have drawn inspiration from the many forms and structures found in nature. The base comprises a distinctive bubbled design that is reminiscent of a forest floor, while the matte surface completes the natural expression. The vase is handmade in mouth-blown glass of the highest quality, which reinforces the vase's authentic sense of craftsmanship and makes each design unique.

Highlands Flowerpot: Designed by Böttcher & Kayser

Highlands is a series of flowerpots where the designers had a clear desire to create a green landscape inspired by architectural lines. The distinctive design language means the pots can be used as a room partition both inside and outside. Highlands is made of coloured fibre concrete and is naturally waterproof.

Mixture Flowerpot: Designed by Sanne Kyed

Mixture is a series of flowerpots that invite creativity and play. The pots are available in different sizes and materials, so you can experiment with the colours, materials and heights to create your very own version. The inside of the pots is made of fibre concrete coated with rubber, which makes them 100% waterproof.

Hug: Designed by Vogel Studio

Hug is a beautiful example of creative ideas that also make sense away from the drawing board. Made from mouth-blown glass using a special process where two glass blowers simultaneously blow into their own moulded forms, the result is two separate tubes t