The Bauhaus School of Design Influences the Creation of Minimalist and Geometric Vases
The traditional glass vase takes on anew shape in this Trio collection designed by Ashley Case, who was inspired by the Bauhaus School of Design.
The traditional glass vase takes on anew shape in this Trio collection designed by Ashley Case, who was inspired by the Bauhaus School of Design. This school saw the light in 1919 and has been focused on producing timeless pieces that do not refer to a specific era, through geometric and abstract styles of design that lack emotions or personality.
Finding the perfect vase for your flowers can be exciting and these new pieces were each crafted to fit a certain type of flower arrangement, from the delicate to the bulky. Case channeled Bauhaus’ commitment to simplicity, bold colors, and geometric lines, and she utilized sturdy stained glass that produces shadows of color as soon as natural light hits it.
The first vase of the collection features a cobalt blue, three-quarters of a circle, that is supported by black steel cradle which gives it the appearance of floating mid-air. The second vase consists of a vertical and rectangular yellow stained glass that is placed inside a four-bar black steel crate while the last one presents an inverted triangular vase that is characterized by its scarlet red color.
- date publishedJanuary 5, 2022
- original sourceYanko Design