This vase by Rhode Island School of Design graduate Jiwon Choi is made from a thin curl of synthetic paper.
The vase is made of Tyvek, a lightweight and tear-resistant material produced from plastic fibres.
Jiwon Choi intended to create a package for a bunch of flowers that would be simple and light but strong enough to stand upright.
She is currently looking for a manufacturer to produce the vase.
We've featured a few other Tyvek objects, including a crumpled pendant lamp and a clock that creates changing 3D shapes as the minutes tick by – see all products made from Tyvek.
Other vases we've published lately include vessels that loop over the flowers to frame them and jewel-like vases assembled from flat sheets of cardboard – see all vases on Dezeen.
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