10 Vases That Double As Works Of Art

The traditional vase has been supplanted by pieces that act not only as vessels for our floral arrangements, but as art pieces in and of themselves.

The contemporary designers below offer new and unique sculpted vases; no two are the same. Our round-up includes 3D printed vases inspired by archaeology; vases shaped like sea sponge, cacti and female figures; and pieces constructed from single use plastics, rubber, or fireproof fabric. Whatever the form, with flowers or without—the following vases exist as unique art pieces guaranteed to enliven any any interior.

‘Organic Shapes’ by Turi Heisselberg Pedersen

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‘Eros Torso’ by Oliver Sundqvist and Frederik Nystrup Larsen 

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Selected works by Sara Ricciardi 

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Selected works by Clementine Keith-Roach

 

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‘Postures’ by Carl Kleiner and Bloc Studios

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‘Indefinite vases’ by Studio E.O.

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The ‘Skum’ Vase by Bjarke Ingels Group

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‘105 Ltr Formen’ by Favio Vogel

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‘Ashes’ by Birgit Severin

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‘Excavation’, 3D printed vases by Wang & Söderström

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