Maison&Objet 2013: French designer Benjamin Graindorge has created a series of vases with tops that loop over the flowers to frame them.
The Heirloom vases are made of ceramic in three designs: a small version with one half enclosed like a hood and two larger ones with four or eight ribs. They come in dark blue, light blue and yellow.
The vessels were on show at Maison&Objet in Paris last week. See all our stories about design at Maison&Objet here, including cutlery based on chopsticks by Toyo Ito and a chair draped in a wooden mat by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance.
Benjamin Graindorge has a studio in Paris and we've previously featured his garden that floats on the surface of a fish tank and uses fish waste as fertiliser.
Moustache is also based in Paris and produces work with designers including Inga Sempé and Big-Game. See all our stories about French design brand Moustache here.
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