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Taking design cues from the irregular and unique forms of bubbles, the playful collection of "flower hoods" was born from the idea that bubbles break when touched. In contrast to this impermanence, studio founder Yuhsien Lin made the bubbles as solid shapes using blown glass, so they appear as if they are "frozen in time". Glass Vessel, Glass Domes, Home Decor Accessories, Decorative Accessories, Mochi Cake, Solid Shapes, Electronic Items, Paris Design, Flower Vases

Yuhsien designs glass "flower hoods" informed by bubbles and mochi cake

Taiwanese studio Yuhsien has created a series of amorphous glass vessels designed to look like bubbles, which can be placed over a vase.

Placed over the flower- or plant-filled vase by an opening at its base, the Bubble hoods contain enough air to maintain a level of humidity inside the dome to make its contents last longer. Mochi Cake, City Resort, Solid Shapes, Flower Vases, Flowers, Paris Design, Glass Vessel, Dezeen, Visual Effects

Yuhsien designs glass "flower hoods" informed by bubbles and mochi cake

Taiwanese studio Yuhsien has created a series of amorphous glass vessels designed to look like bubbles, which can be placed over a vase.

Taiwanese studio Yuhsien has created a series of amorphous glass vessels designed to look like bubbles, which are designed to be placed over vases. Glass Vessel, Glass Ceramic, Mochi Cake, Solid Shapes, Paris Design, Ceramic Tableware, Frame Display, Hoods, Bubbles

Yuhsien designs glass "flower hoods" informed by bubbles and mochi cake

Taiwanese studio Yuhsien has created a series of amorphous glass vessels designed to look like bubbles, which can be placed over a vase.

Under light, the silhouettes of the flowers cast as shadows across surfaces. Mexico City Restaurants, Flower Vases, Flowers, Mexican Designs, Wooden Bird, Ceramic Tableware, Plate Design, Container, Display

Moisés Hernández's No Vase displays flowers without a container

Mexican designer Moisés Hernández has created three metal stands for displaying flowers without a bulky vase.

No Vase is a collection of three thin plates designed to hold up a single plant stem in lieu of a vase or similar container. The "unconventional" presentation places the focus solely on the upright flower as it sticks out from the small stand. Flower Vases, Flowers, Round Bar, Mexican Designs, Wooden Bird, Flower Stands, Ceramic Tableware, Plate Design, Container

Moisés Hernández's No Vase displays flowers without a container

Mexican designer Moisés Hernández has created three metal stands for displaying flowers without a bulky vase.

Mexican designer Moisés Hernández has created three metal stands for displaying flowers without a bulky vase. Mexico City Restaurants, Flower Vases, Flowers, Mexican Designs, Wooden Bird, Ceramic Tableware, Plate Design, All Design, Objects

Moisés Hernández's No Vase displays flowers without a container

Mexican designer Moisés Hernández has created three metal stands for displaying flowers without a bulky vase.

Bosnian designer Nataša Perković recycled the fibrous waste from palm oil factories to create the Reclaimed Oil Palm collection, which includes three plates. Industrial Scales, Dimensional Shapes, Basic Kitchen, Oil Industry, Solar Lamp, Mesh Screen, Led Technology, Palm Oil, Sustainable Design

Nataša Perković makes textured homeware from palm oil byproducts

Nataša Perković recycled the fibrous waste left over from palm oil factories to create these homeware objects using as little material as possible.

A curving metal streamer, mirrored room screen and bulbous fibre chandelier are among the objects in an exhibition hosted by Masa in Mexico City. Columns Inside, Mirror Room, Wooden Staircases, Room Screen, Studio Room, Architectural Features, Mexico City, Brick Wall, Polished Chrome

Masa exhibition in Mexico City castle "celebrates contradiction"

A curving metal streamer, mirrored room screen and bulbous fibre chandelier are among the objects in an exhibition hosted by Masa in Mexico City.

In honour of Stockholm Design Week, the city's historic archives hosted The Archive exhibition to explore the "shared aesthetics" of Japan and Scandinavia. Stucco Ceiling, Green Shelves, Wooden Screen, Table Set Up, Black Table, National Archives, Display Shelves, Scandinavian Design, Stockholm

Stockholm's historic national archive hosts first ever design exhibition

In honour of Stockholm Design Week, the city's historic archives hosted The Archive exhibition to explore the "shared aesthetics" of Japan and Scandinavia.

In honour of Stockholm Design Week, the city's historic archives hosted The Archive exhibition to explore the "shared aesthetics" of Japan and Scandinavia. Stucco Ceiling, Green Shelves, Wooden Screen, Notes Design, Table Set Up, Black Table, National Archives, Display Shelves, Scandinavian Design

Stockholm's Old National Archives open doors to The Archive exhibition

In honour of Stockholm Design Week, the city's historic archives hosted The Archive exhibition to explore the "shared aesthetics" of Japan and Scandinavia.

Kajsa Melchior’s Fictive Erosion Resembles Natural Rock Formations - IGNANT Roman Fashion, Sand Casting, White Home Decor, Rock Formations, Source Of Inspiration, White Houses, Simple Lines, Outdoor Sofa, Furniture Design

Kajsa Melchior's furniture mimics natural rock formation processes

Swedish designer Kajsa Melchior has created a collection with organic silhouettes shaped like geologic formations using just pressure, water and air.

Homeware and accessories brand Trame made its debut at Maison&Objet with a collection of rugs and ceramics called Voyages to Meknes. Milan Design, Food Photography Styling, Dezeen, Artisan, Collections, Inspired, Inspiration, Collaboration, Objects

Trame debuts at Maison&Objet with collections inspired by "historical anecdotes"

Homeware and accessories brand Trame made its debut at Maison&Objet with a collection of rugs and ceramics called Voyages to Meknes.

Homeware and accessories brand Trame made its debut at Maison&Objet with a collection of rugs and ceramics called Voyages to Meknes. Milan Design, Berber Rug, Dezeen, Design Agency, Furniture Plans, Creative Director, Contemporary Design, Travel Inspiration, Cool Designs

Trame debuts at Maison&Objet with collections inspired by "historical anecdotes"

Homeware and accessories brand Trame made its debut at Maison&Objet with a collection of rugs and ceramics called Voyages to Meknes.

José Bermúdez designs Fuji incense holder influenced by volcanic eruption Famous Architects, Mexican Designs, Incense Holder, Incense Sticks, Fuji, Studio, Industrial Design, Goodies, Decoration

José Bermúdez designs Fuji incense holder influenced by a volcanic eruption

Mexican designer José Bermúdez has created an incense tray that references the form of active volcano Mount Fuji in Japan.

José Bermúdez designs Fuji incense holder influenced by volcanic eruption Ceramic Plates, Ceramic Pottery, Chinese Element, Mexican Designs, Incense Holder, Incense Sticks, Incense Burner, Fuji, Objects

José Bermúdez designs Fuji incense holder influenced by a volcanic eruption

Mexican designer José Bermúdez has created an incense tray that references the form of active volcano Mount Fuji in Japan.

Collaboration Between Pamela Shamshiri and Sonia Boyajian Births Chic Jewelry Store. Boyajian’s custom sconce adapted from one of her earring designs. Photography by Stephen Busken. Jewellery Shop Design, Jewelry Shop, Jewelry Stores, Ceramic Workshop, Ceramic Studio, Pink Palace, Metal Magazine, Custom Made Furniture, Elements Of Art

Studio Shamshiri designs pink-hued jewellery shop in LA for Sonia Boyajian

Sonia Boyajian has hung oversized replicas of her jewellery as light fixtures in her pink-toned flagship store she designed with Studio Shamshiri.

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