Flower Vase Collection by Aprilli | ITSLIQUID

Flower Vase Collection by Aprilli

Design | August 2, 2016 |

Flower Vase Collection by AprilliImage courtesy of Noel Bass

Flower Vase Collection by Aprilli

Aprilli Flower Vase Collection is a group of 3D printed vases designed to have distinctive shapes that can provide a dynamic platform for creative floral arrangements. Each vase is designed to have a unique structural setting which provides unlimited opportunities for floral designers to create their artwork and displays. The vases consist of three to twenty stems which each contain one glass tube housing water and flowers that can be removed and replaced for maintenance or flower arrangement without moving the vase form its original position. The sculptural form along with diverse floral arrangement schemes are intended to create a strong artistic presence that changes the atmosphere of any interior through the expressed styles of the floral designer and fill the space with life and refreshment.

 Flower Vase Collection by AprilliImage courtesy of Noel Bass

 

Aprilli Flower Vases are created using a combination of 3D printing and poly-resin casting. The exterior shell is 3D printed in several pieces using PLA thermoplastic and later assembled together to create a continuous surface. Poly resin is cast inside the 3D printed shell to add more stability and weight to the vase. The curvy form of the vase helps the structure to gain more strength through organic form by distributing the load evenly to a base surface. After the resin is cured, the vases are sent to a paint finish facility to give a highly glossy and protective finish to the final product. The polyurethane paint protects the vase from thermal deformation or wearing and is substantially durable. The 3D printing technology and processes allow the vases to be manufactured and customized easily in house with minimum finish processing.

 

Flower Vase Collection by AprilliImage courtesy of Noel Bass

 

Coral Vase
Coral is a test tube-filled flower vase designed to host dynamic floral arrangements. With a minimal structural and formal setting, Coral provides a platform for floral artists to create their own artwork and display in various styles. Consisting of eight individual stems which are organically interconnected to each other, the vase mimics biological coral forms with leaf-like stem structures. Each stem houses a test tube which can be easily removed from the vase for maintenance and floral arrangement. The test tubes allow the vase to have the flowers raised higher up in the air, which helps the flowers and vase both gain more attention and freedom within space. The sculptural form along with diverse floral arrangement schemes changes the atmosphere with various styles and fills the interior space up with life and refreshment.

 

Flower Vase Collection by AprilliImage courtesy of Noel Bass

 

Peacock Vase
Peacock is a test tube-filled flower vase designed to host dynamic floral arrangements. With a minimal structural and formal setting, Peacock provides a platform for floral artists to create their own artwork and display in various styles. Consisting of twenty one individual stems which organically interconnect with each other, the vase mimics a radially spread peacock display forming a widely open screen with unique patterns and a central focal point. Each stem houses a test tube which can be easily removed from the vase for maintenance and floral arrangement. The test tubes allow the vase to have the flowers raised higher up in the air, which helps the flowers and vase both gain more attention and freedom within space. The sculptural form along with diverse floral arrangement schemes changes the atmosphere with various styles and fills the interior space up with life and refreshment.

 

Flower Vase Collection by AprilliImage courtesy of Noel Bass

 

Steve Lee, designer and founder of Aprilli
This Collection has been designed and produced by Steve Lee, whose project scope ranges from small scale product design to larger scale installation and urban proposals which improve the quality of human life, society and surrounding environments. Steve Lee is a designer and architect specialized on design, research and implementation of sustainable design and planning strategies. Prior to founding Aprilli Design Studio, he has worked at architectural design firms such as Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, RTKL Associates and Koetter Kim Associates for about eight years as lead designer on international high rise, commercial and hospitality projects.

 Flower Vase Collection by AprilliImage courtesy of Aprilli

 

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