Mutant flower vase

12 March ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
Mutant flower vase

The Mutant vase denies the stereotypical role of the designer as the giver of form, delegating this responsibility to others. As if made of metallic clay, this pliable vase can in fact be reshaped in virtually infinite ways, drawing the user into the design process. The unusual feature is achieved by wrapping a large steel coil around a truncated conical vessel, trapping it between its the upper and lower edges.

There are no comments on this creation yet.

You can log in to post a comment.

About Giovanni

Giovanni Pellone

I'm a creative director in Tokyo, Japan

I ma leading a Tokyo-based, multicultural/multidisciplinary design studio, offering services in Industrial Design and Communication Design.

See full profile

Welcome to Canvas Tokyo

Canvas is an online network for Tokyo's creative community. It's a place for professional and amateur creatives to show their skills, make new connections and find work.

Sign up to Canvas