• Thought by Benjamin Graindorge
• Vase made in Italy
• Resolutely chic and modern vase
The French publishing house Moustache, founded by Stéphane Arriubergé and Massimiliano Iorio, brings together many designers who share the same vision of design, a timeless and qualitative design. Benjamin Graindorge is one of them. He imagined a vase with an atypical and poetic look: the Heirloom ceramic vase. Its structure plays on the full and the empty, Heirloom lends itself to all kinds of arrangements, depending on how you arrange your flowers. You can put a bouquet or even a single flower in it. This white ceramic vase is both contemporary and functional, it will seduce anyone who wants to practice Ikebana: a minimalist floral arrangement where the vase is as important as the flowers. With this vase the flowers are framed and staged.
Dimensions: 6 x 16 cm x H 25 cm
Designer: Benjamin Graindorge
Who is Benjamin Graindorge?
Benjamin Graindorge is one of France's young design talents. A graduate of the ENSCI - les Ateliers in 2006, his Domestic Landscape project was supported by the VIA in 2007. He was selected two years in a row at the Design Parade festival (Hyères) and won the Cinna competition and the Audi Talents Awards in the Design category in 2008. After a residency at the Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto (Japan) in 2009, he returned to France to collaborate with François Bauchet on the scenography for the 2010 Saint-Etienne International Design Biennial.