Micro Architecture in a Vase

March 15, 2013 by


Winter’s chill may still be here, but with designer Tina Leung’s Flood Vase, one can literally bring the outdoors inside–in fact, a whole indoor planted mini metropolis.


Flood is the first in a series of architecturally influenced stone-effect resin vases for London-based Innermost, the furniture and lighting brand housed in the corner of an old London lighting factory.


The vase is striking indoors or outdoors as a single unit and when clustered together they form mini cityscapes, a verdant urban setting on a tabletop or shelf.

Innermost exhibited at last month’s Stockholm Design Week, and will be exhibiting at Edit by designjunction during Milan Design Week, April 9-14.

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