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Zaha Hadid Architects | Crevasse Vases

Objects alessi 'crevasse' vase1

The two vases are cut from a single block, and scored along two diagonal lines, creating a warped, inverted surface.

They can be assembled together in alternative configurations, creating solid forms, or they can stand alone as distinct objects.

The playful nature of the set means that the configurations can be altered to make a variety of different shapes, and the user can build a family of objects, like an endlessly mutating jigsaw puzzle.

Designer: Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher, Woody Yao, Thomas Vietzke
Manufacturer: Alessi SPA
Client: Alessi SPA
Dimensions: 8 cm x 6 cm – h. 42 cm
Packaging: 1 piece in a box
Product Year: 2005

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