The Still Vase of the Danish manufacturer Normann Copenhagen embodies timeless elegance. Unnecessary decoration was renounced, instead, the vase concentrates on pure design. Cylindric forms come together with softly formed curves – this shaping is the same for all the Still Vases and it gives them the stringent but still natural appearance.
The Still Vase – robust and fragile, hard and soft
The designer Nick Rennie was inspired by his love for glass – a fragile material, but hard in the result. This is how he created a vase of contrasts: The white inside and the compact profile – transparent or with colourful welded glass -, give a soft, weightless impression to the Still Vases, appearing robust and resistant at the same time.
Every vase is unique, being mouth-blown, each one slightly differs from the others. The shapes are classic and elegant, the colours - white and grey – decent: This is how the Still Vases ensure a trendy appearance and they fit in every kind of furnishing that way. The Still Vases are available in two sizes - one of them is high and slim, the other one small and bulky. The long vase is suitable for long-stem flowers, the short one holds bouquets.
The Still Vase perfectly presents flowers. But it is as well a noble piece of decoration when it stands empty, alone, in groups or as eye-catcher connected with other accessories.