Origami Inspired KAMI Vases

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Origami Inspired KAMI Vases: VASES 2 SIZES stylish grey vases, perfectly fitting in every office, living or bedroom covering basic glasses or vases. Made out of water resistant cellulose fibre the vase can be cleaned very easily but vases are not suitable direct exposure to water, only use for covering. The Origami Inspired KAMI Vases are unique products for contemporary living. As all our products are directly inspired by geometric forms found in natural environments. KAMI vases are a creative mixture of ancient Asian paper folding tradition with the simplicity of contemporary Nordic design – together moved forward to a modern design expression. The material is 100% recycled cellulose fiber. color: concrete grey, small messing application format: medium 20 x 8 cm big 26 x 10 cm

How Its Made

Basis of all origami inspired KAMI vases is our unique, 100% natural cellulose fabric material in different colors. Thereby we currently set a focus on a beautiful concrete colored texture in light grey which we combine with small messing applications. All KAMI. products are handmade by our designers in a small factory in Cologne (Germany).

Dimensions 26 x 10 x 10 cm(Length x Width x Height)
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Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom (UK)

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Comments and Questions

  1. Niels Zeeman

    Could you please explain to me what ‘recycled cellulose fiber’ is? It doesn’t sound to me like something that makes the vase really stable… :-S

  2. Mark Studholme

    A simple and stunning form.

  3. Roemie

    Nice!

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