Vase | SuperVase | Large
Evoking the brightly coloured Hub series and Staircase-III (2010) by Do Ho Suh, these sculptural vases from The Daily Rabbit appear to change shape as they are rotated giving you a different vase every day.
The SuperVase is 3D printed using eco-friendly, degradable PLA bio-plastic derived from cornstarch. This vase is entirely watertight and will catch the eye no matter where it is in your home. The pink, blue and orange vases are also made to contain a shimmering glitter that catches the light and will dazzle your guests.
3D printed bio-plastic
Care instructions included
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