‘HIDDEN VASE’

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‘HIDDEN VASE’ by CHRIS KABEL for VALERIE_OBJECTS

In 2011, Rotterdam-based designer Chris Kabel developed the hidden vases project for the Spanish The Plant Journal (now The Plant).This project started as a research on how to make a vase disappear, based on the way a chicken waterer works. The flowers are placed around the water container, so it seems like they are growing directly from the plate,” Chris Kabel explains. “I wanted it to appear invisible, but it became an autonomous object that maintains itself.” A small collection of one-off vases was produced, based on the initial research.” Three different models are available at valerie_objects. Metal, glass and ceramic form the framework to arrange flowers in.

New designlabel valerie_objects is an initiative of Axel Van Den Bossche,
Frank Lambert and art director Veerle Wenes. The combination of both their own
professional and personal taste for the good and the beautiful and their volition to communicate pieces from designers and artists to appropriate audiences, resulted in the new-born designlabel valerie_objects.
The Antwerp based label shapes its collection by working with designers, architects and artists. The aim is to translate the signature works of these creative minds into tangible objects. Pride of place will always go to authentic thinkers, to pieces that have been carefully thought about, designed and fashioned by intelligent hands.

 

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TABLE CLOTH LACE MAP BY CHRIS KABEL

DIMENSIONS

dimensions: width 28,8cm x height 34,2cm

MATERIAL

material tray: stoneware
material bottle : borosilicate glass
material frame: stainless steel

SPECIFICATIONS

design: Chris Kabel
production: Valerie_Objects
launch 2017