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From the Japanese-Italian design studio Mist-o, the Bouquet series is an hourglass-shaped, minimal vase series hand-blown in Italy.
In each piece the smaller cylinder acts as a base while the taller cylinder emerging from the base is ideal for small arrangements, single stems, dried objects or simply to be used as a display piece.
Designer Misto-o, Japan/Italy
Height 27cm / 9.6"
Diameter 9.5cm / 3.7"
Milan, Italy / Tokyo, Japan
Mist-o is an Italian / Japanese industrial design studio. Established in 2012 by Noa Ikeuchi and Tommaso Nani, is based in Tokyo and Milan. The studio is a bridge across Europe and Asia and the work ranges from the design of furniture and small objects to spatial arrangements, from limited editions to industrial scale.
Tommaso and Noa divide their lives between Japan and Italy working between the two countries. Even if their background is very different they found a common ground in the constant research to simplify the expression, combining their interest for lightness and delicacy with a rigorous and industrial-driven approach.
Founded in Germany in the early 20th Century, Ichendorf moved to Milan in 1990. Renown for quality and craftsmanship, Ichendorf is a specialist in hand-blown glass tableware and decor objects producing a mix of contemporary and classic designs.