The Mondri vase is an homage to the Netherlands-based De Stijl art movement. De Stijl embraced an abstract, minimalist aesthetic centered in basic visual elements such as geometric forms and primary colors. The shapes and colors of this versatile vase clearly reference the work of Piet Mondrian, one of the founding members of the movement.
Function plays a large role in defining good design. When designers look at an object, they don't just consider its aesthetic appearance—they should also challenge it to be more versatile, to respond to the user's need, or to achieve its purpose more elegantly. Good design has the capacity to solve problems that sometimes we didn't even know we had. This is one of the ways design touches and enriches our everyday life.
Complement your flower arrangements with some graphic appeal. Inspired by the works of celebrated Dutch artist Piet Mondrian, the Mondri Vase is actually three vases in one. Designed with three different chambers for flowers, you can turn the vase for different presentation possibilities and flower sizes.