Etta vase by Julius Heinzl for Bannach

Etta vase by Julius Heinzl for Bannach

Dezeen Showroom: generous proportions and minimal forms meet in the blown glass Etta vase, created by designer Julius Heinzl for German brand Bannach.

The Etta vase is a hand-blown glass vessel that Bannach describes as combining traditional making techniques with architectural design language.

Etta vase by Julius Heinzl for Bannach
The Etta vase has either a cone-shapes or half-spherical base

Heinzl, the director of design consultancy Buero at large, designed the vase as a fusion of two basic geometric elements: a cylindrical structure and either a conical or half-spherical base.

Standing 52 centimetres high, it is suitable as either a table or floor vase.

Etta vase by Julius Heinzl for Bannach
The vase is made using traditional glass blowing techniques

The vase comes in a choice of five glass colours: crystal, smoked glass, pale pink, pale green or sapphire blue.

Founded in 2018, Bannach manufactures in craft workshops in Germany and Italy.

Product: Etta
Designer: Julius Heinzl
Brand: Bannach
Contact: [email protected]

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