Stockholm-based Studio E.O introduced a stunning concept of sculptural vases, titled Indefinite Vases, where two distinctly different materials, fluid, round blown glass meets solid clear-cut stone. This project also sees the vases decorated with an assortment of flowers and sprigs, further unveiling the new relationship between organic and geometric forms.
The collection is a narrative, which features seven designs, including transparent, blurred, or colored vases, that appear wedged between pieces of marble, granite as well as onyx. Each of the design represents the seamless balance between contrasting qualities of the materials: a transparent glass vase, which is draped like a deflated balloon across an onyx pyramid and cube.
“Working with hand-blown glass is interesting because of its indefinite and unpredictable properties,” the studio’s founder Erik Olovsson said. “Since glass is a new material for me to work with it gives an extra element of letting go of control that I like. At the time the glass is solidified in a specific form you’ve captured a moment of time.” He added.
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