The ‘Folded Vase’ by Amanda Betz has been designed with a flower bouquet in mind and is inspired by the Japanese paper-folding art, Origami. Both the matte surface of the porcelain and the way it has been folded and shaped bear resemblance to the texture and porosity of paper.
The French word "échasse" means stilts, which refers to the four stilt-like legs that carry the vase. These are made of solid brass and surround the lower, spherical part of the vase. Due to the thin stilts, the vase is slightly raised and therefore ideal for the floor, table or sideboard, depending on the size of the vase chosen.
Menu’s Wire pot fits perfectly together with the Wire bases. Norm Architects drew inspiration for the minimalist products from a Japanese-inspired garden in Los Angeles, which featured custom-made standing and hanging displays of flowers and light. Made of powder-coated steel, the pot is suitable for both use indoors and outdoors. The Wire collection makes a great addition to any contemporary patio, garden and balcony.
Designed in Sweden by our talented team, in line with Nordic elegance and minimalism. LYFE consists of a planter that hovers over an oak base via magnetic levitation, gently rotating during the suspension.