The STANDING FLOWER BUBBLE vases are part of the bubble collection from Studio About. The vases consist of a beautiful glass bubble that rests on a transparent cylindrical base, bringing a floating visual effect.
Here, the bubble vase is available in beautiful yellow and with an opening large enough for the vase to be used for flowers, succulents, and plants.
Please note that the yellow colour may vary from production to production. You may experience the colour is a little lighter or darker than displayed in the image.
USE YOUR VASE CREATIVELY
There are plenty of opportunities to use your bubble vase creatively. With the vase's large opening, there is room for a fresh corolla from the garden or a small succulent. You can also use the vase with a small plant allowing it to take root in the glass bubble. Watch and follow how the roots grow and the vase turns into a small living work of art.
The size of the vase makes it easy to use in the decor and works perfectly as part of a still life, in the windowsill or on the shelf. Place it in a mix of bubble vases in a range of colours and give your decor a little splash of colour.
HANDMADE GLASS VASE
The vase is mouth-blown and crafted from borosilicate glass, which is a particularly strong type of glass. The vase endures high temperatures and you can use it for candles without being afraid of the glass bursting. The vase is solid-coloured and scratch-resistant and will stay impeccable even as time passes.
It can easily be cleaned with warm water and soap. You can use any kind of vinegar to remove any limescale.
The bubble vase, standing flower bubble is available in 3 versions. One tall, one low, and one with a larger opening. This is the low model with a large opening.
GLASS CYLINDER: 50 MM
VASE OPENING: Diam. 55 MM
THE BUBBLE: Diam. 80 MM
TOTAL VASE HEIGHT: 100 MM
WEIGHT incl. packaging: 0.185 KG
The vase comes in a discreet and durable cardboard tube to be shipped easily and safely.
STUDIO ABOUT is a Danish design studio. All objects are designed by architect Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen who has an experimental approach to materials, design, and aesthetics.