DOT's Unvase

Posted on February 19, 2009 Under Design

Now that DOT has fully captured our attention with their first collection, which includes a fat, whimsical, bird-shaped feeder called the cipcip, sweet, buoyant porcelain candleholders that resemble paper boats, an a cutting board they call the ovetto that allows us to chop both meat and veggies on the same surface, they give us the unvase. The decorative piece uses two separated pillars to create the illusion of a vase between them. Each of the black-and-white ceramic pieces is a vase unto itself, and not only provides the optical illusion, they’re also a nice way to show off two bouquets of flowers.