BonBon gets its inspiration from the timeless shape of the amphora. She continues on the theme of plants and flowers with a design object that will compete with the beauty of the flower itself.
Material Hand-Made Glass.
Product Care Dishwasher safe.
Growing up on an island in the Stockholm archipelago, the sea and the rugged island environment are constant companions in Eva Schildt’s artistic practice Since graduating in Furniture and Product Design from Beckmans College of Design, Stockholm, in 2001, Schildt has designed everything from furniture to textiles, packaging and trade fair showcases She also works as an interior architect The materials and techniques vary; sometimes it is about crafts, sometimes serial production Inspired by nature, the design, which is often sculptural, has virtually always comprised elements of humor and multi-functionality
BonBon is inspired by the timeless shape of an amphora – and by beautifully wrapped treats, as the name reveals.
Eva Schildt’s vases are newcomers to our green series. Eva, however, has been part of our family for a long time. Her designs create space for nature. The vases are hand-made using three-layer glass, one of the finest glass blowing techniques there is. Instead of simply spraying the wanted color on the glass, three layers of different color makes up the vase, which creates a luminous semi-opaqueness.