The Bothles Collection of twin leveled vases explores a unique dialogue between the container and its contents. Adopting an adaptive and multifaceted approach, it delivers on both counts – form and function. Designed by Italian studio AAIDO MA and produced by Litho Ceramic, these multifunctional vases are built to house both floral arrangements and potted plants, and to adapt to the variations in use that usually accompany them.

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Each vase comprises of two parts – a lower glazed ceramic planter that houses a potted variety, and an upper unglazed clay receptacle that houses fresh cut flowers in various arrangements. The upper unit also acts as a water tank that steadily feeds the planter below it. A cut in the planter wall allows the plant below to grow out towards the light, creating a unique composition in collaboration with the floral arrangements above it.

The two units of these multifunctional vases can be used in isolation, or in shifting compositions of plant and floral intricacy. The sensuous ceramic and clay surfaces create an inviting visual and tactile vocabulary that beautifully complements these textures and details.

These multifunctional vases are available in an array of colors and two distinct profiles, making sure you find the perfect centerpiece for your table.

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Published in: Decoration | Author: Laleema

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