Different colored glass was glued to make up the structure of this vase. The panes vary in color giving different colors depending on where it is viewed from.
This vase is part of a series of other forms exploring glass as a structural material on smaller scales. The series will explore glass as vessels, structures, and objects within a domestic realm.
They are made using glued using an epoxy adhesive by the designer himself.
The vases are made of readily available glass colors; blue, green, bronze and grey.
The vessels are waterproof.
Kim Thomé is a multidisciplinary design studio working between objects and installation-based projects run out of east London.