Single-flower vases are one of the trends of the moment, this has also been confirmed at the last Maison&Objet in Paris, the fair dedicated to decorations and home accessories, which I visited a couple of weeks ago.
Many designers and companies are in fact proposing single-flower vases within their collections. I find them very beautiful and poetic because they make us reflect on the fragility of the single flowers and enhance their single beauty.
These ones are my favorites so far.
The single flower vases created by Agustina Bottoni are among my favorites. The single flower vase Eden is a kinetic sculpture, composed by small floating vases that celebrate natural beauty and balance. The project is inspired by the delicate harmony found in nature, where each part needs the other in order to be balanced.
The Gorgiera vase designed by Gunilla Zamboni is inspired by the famous tailored collar that was part of aristocratic men’s and women’s clothing during the seventeenth century. The project explores the theme of tailoring, imagining the vase as a tailored suit to enhance the flower.
The single-flower vase created by designer Federica Biasi for Mingardo is a true modern sculpture.
I also think the vases created by Anna Varendorff (ACV studio) are beautiful. In brass, they are handmade and therefore each piece is unique.
I really like this vase designed by Dubokk for Menu, minimal but poetic at the same time. The designer’s intention is to leave in sight all the elements that compose a flower, from the stem to every leaves.
This 101 Copenhagen vase is a timeless vase that reflects simplicity and functionality. It can be a vase but also a sculpture.