Delicate Vases Designed to Gently Sway When Flower Petals Drop

Japanese designer Keisuke Fujiwara created a vase that naturally responds to the flowers it holds. As a petal's released from its floral host, the mirrored, tear-shaped receptacle begins to sway in response to this habitual process. Though it does slant diagonally, there's a weight in the bottom of the steel vase that keeps it standing even as it reacts to a falling bloom.

To add to the container's soothing essence, it boasts a reflective exterior that comes in five different color combinations, each one featuring a tranquil gradient. These elements are thoughtfully combined in Fujiwara's design, adding a relaxing energy to any space.

Keisuke Fujiwara: Website | Facebook
via [designboom]

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