Totem by Boym Partners

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New York designers Constantin and Laurene Leon Boym have designed a set of four bowls that stack into the shape of a vase.

Called Totem, the design was crated for New Zealand brand Purple South.

More about Boym Partners on Dezeen:

Hotel Taj Mahal souvenir (December 2009)
Timeless Objects (July 2009)
History Chess (February 2009)
Buildings of Disaster in gold (December 2007)
Babel Blocks (November 2007)

Here's a little text from Purple South:


This handmade ceramic 'vase' breaks down into four distinct bowls creating a very unique serving experience. Use it to serve soups, condiments or even for office accessories (paper clips etc).

Purple South is a small manufacturing label from New Zealand who collaborates with designers worldwide to create thoughtful pieces focused on practical and handcraft designs. They've worked with Werner Aisslinger, Ed Annink and David Trubridge to name a few. This latest piece, Totem, has just been released to a few small retailers in New Zealand and it can be purchased throughout North America and Europe at our shop, Merchant no. 4.

  • laila

    lovely !

  • shanti gibbs

    pure, refined, beautiful

  • Cenayowski

    Reminds me of ‘Ming’ designed by French design studio Ibride. A set of stackable bowls as well…

  • Paul Stewart

    Genius!

  • http://www.mundano.pt mundano

    yes… IBRIDE copy

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nkgn7-9bCr8 logorithm
  • Umbram

    and reminds me of Shifting Vase by ISOLATIONUNIT/ TERUHIRO YANAGIHARA from 2008