Vase Terracota Small

27,90 €

Studio Dreimann


A nice combination of bi-material in the air and awarded prizes at several innovation competitions Design: Try it, you'll love it. Designed and built in Germany for Konstantin Slawinski

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Size : Terracota part : H.11,5 cm, Diam. : 13,5 cm.

Glass : Taille S : 160 cm, M : 200 cm, L : 240 cm

Material : terracota, glass

Other information : available in two other size.

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History of the product

Borrowing its forms from the ceramics of the 60s, this pretty clay glass vase will quickly find its place in your decoration. Timeless and timeless, it welcomes your prettiest flowers, but can also be the companion of your creativity. Filled with sand, beads of colors ...

Its use is endless. It comes in three sizes so as to compose a set in organ why not isolated. Placed on a shelf, a coffee table or in your kitchen: you decide! A realization to offer or to offer

The designer

It was at the University of Arts in Hanover that this funny trio got to know each other. After three years of study and graduation, Jonas, Simon and Tim decide to unite their talents and the band of buddy becomes in 2010 Studio Dreimann. Each one with Ingres violin, they collaborate on projects, first industrial, then has applied design, with in common a constantly sharp eye on new technologies such as laser or 3D printing.

Their passion lies in innovation, combined with Design. It is this difference that allows them to rise to the highest level of international podiums at the Grand Prix Design: They have received several awards such as the Interior Innovation Award, the Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Award Of design of the European Center ... For our three friends, the most important aspect remains the performance that a designer can bring to an already existing subject. For Tim, "Chance does not intervene, we follow the realization from beginning to end, without false note: a quest for excellence."

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