Already knowing that minimalism – is a traditional Japanese “style”, we can safely assume that the modular concrete vases Konkurito vases it is work of a Japanese designer named Xiral Segard. He, in turn, was inspired by another traditional Japanese “style” – boxes for lunch bento boxes. At request of the owner, these boxes can be as small and compact, and entire skyscrapers. The same happens with concrete vases of this designer.
The first of this new product, thereby Konkurito vases, will rejoice those people who have often had to mourn the shards left over from a favorite vase for a random gust of wind, careless motion antics of the child or pet. Concrete vases certainly can’t be broken. And delicate flowers set in a vase, will be perfectly contrasted with the rough, but well-treated concrete, showing off on the writing or the coffee table.
Being the same modular design, this vase is broken down into individual “shards,” according to the size of the bouquet and flavor if not in the house, a vase can be used as storage for various details. Moreover, it closed by a special concrete cap – get this kind of casket.
Konkurito vases from Japanese designer Xiral Segard has been presented in Dock en Seine during Paris Design Week.