Vases Découpage is composed of three series named Barre, Disque and Feuille. Each feature cylindrical ceramic vessels and decorative abstract shapes, like slabs and bars, made from clay. The pieces are available in different colours and all appear to be handmade.
The intention is for the user to rearrange these components – attaching shapes to the vase or slotting them inside – to create a variety of personal and playful compositions.
"All of the elements have a distinctly handcrafted appearance and exist in a variety of colours, and together they create poetic compositions that look different from every angle," said Vitra.
"The arrangements form a fragile balance as contrasting colours and layers converge to yield a new harmony," added Ronan Bouroullec.
Vases Découpage was first presented by Vitra at the 2019 Salone del Mobile fair in Milan as a design study, and have now been developed for serial production due to their popularity.
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