Seiki Design Studio uses dark wood to create Kova vases
Seiki Design Studio presents Kova, a range of wooden vases designed for dried flowers, during the VDF x Ventura Projects collaboration.
Exhibitor: Seiki Design Studio
Project title: Kova
Seiki Design Studio is a Japanese practice led by industrial designer Seiki Ishii.
It is launching a collection of angular vases for displaying dried flowers, named Kova, as part of the VDF x Ventura Projects collaboration.
Kova comprises a range of vessels with different shapes, which are all modelled on a kenzan – a device used to hold stems within Japanese flower arrangements.
Each vase is made of the dark brown Kebony, a modified wood made from pine and maple, and is filled with dried cedar leaves into which dried flowers are inserted.
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Virtual Design Festival is the world's first online design festival, taking place from 15 April to 30 June 2020.
Ventura Projects are exhibitions curated by Utrecht- and Milan-based Organisation in Design that cover the latest developments in contemporary design.
As part of VDF, Ventura Projects is presenting the work of 88 international designers, academies and brands. See work from all the VDF x Ventura Projects participants at dezeen.com/vdf/ventura-projects.