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Kenyon Yeh Design Studio | Swan vase

Objects Kenyon Yeh Design Studio | Swan vase

Kenyon Yeh Design Studio | Swan vaseLondon-based designer Kenyon Yeh’s latest project is this ‘Swan’ vase. Created by making a mold from a salvaged chair leg, then poured in coloured resin. Itʼs slender, curving shape looks just like the neck of a swan. Of course, the surprising fact about the Swan Vase is that is wasnʼt created based off of a real swanʼs neck, nor was it fashioned simply from the memory of what a swan looks like.

Kenyon Yeh Design Studio | Swan vase

Kenyon Yeh Design Studio | Swan vaseThe minimal curves and clean lines of the chair leg intended as a vase, once cast in resin, seem to have transformed into an abstract fluid form – which makes a rather elegant ornament indeed. Finished off with a gilt 23K gold edge around the rim and a rectangle stand, the makeover’s complete.

Design: Kenyon Yeh Design Studio
Dimensions: W.8 cm – D.11 cm – H.33 cm
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