Vazu: a Flatpack Vase

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Did we say we like flatpack? This vase is no thicker than a piece of paper when flat. Fill it with water and it takes shape and is very stable. Tel Aviv designers T.H+E have engineered and manufactured it out of layers of polyethylene and polyester to be durable and cheap, in three different shapes and sixteen models. It really is deceptively solid and attractive. It is plastic, but for small spaces, when the flowers die you can file it. ::Vazu only fifteen C$ at ::edaas in Toronto, where the shelving system is made from old refrigerator doors mounted on the wall and must be seen to be believed.

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