Vase with unusual design
The Ikeru vase by the Danish manufacturer Fritz Hansen designed by Jaime Hayon and is inspired by the Japanese art of 'Ikebana'. The unusual design of the vase emphasizes the uniqueness of each flower and ensures that the individual flowers can be seen from every angle. The water in the glass bowls below keeps the plants fresh.
The transparency of the design can be used to appreciate nature or to create an arrangement that looks just as good on the dining room table as it does on a side table in the hallway.
Aluminum and glass
The water bowl of the Ikeru vase consists of forest green glass, the tubes and the frame made of aluminum. The Ikeru Vase Low is also available in a high version.