As with the Japanese ‘ikebana’ art of flower arrangement, the game of lines, rhythm and colour is central to the Komrebi vases of Denis Guidone.
The borosilicate glass plays with the light, creating a special optical effect. The delicate forms express an invitation to add an abundance or just a simple touch of colour with a single flower or a well-orchestrated sequence of natural elements.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Multi award-winning Italian designer Denis Guidone divides his time between architecture and design, commuting between Milan and Tokyo. Fascinated by the contrasts between the East and the West, he merges the aesthetics of these two extremes with unconventional and strict precision into an elegant, eye-catching appearance.
Serax is a Belgian design label, that has been active for over 30 years and is still managed with a passionate family spirit. Today Serax works with stand-out designers from all over the world: Ann Demeulemeester, Vincent Van Duysen, Paola Navone and Piet Boon are just a few names from the illustrious list.
Serax tableware graces the tables of some of the best restaurants in the world. Whether you go for a bite to eat at Albert Adrià's Enigma restaurant, at Jean George in New York City or at Nobu in Milan, Serax's carefully designed dinnerware and cutlery will give your culinary experience that little bit more. Over the years, Serax has grown into a versatile lifestyle brand. The products range from tableware and pottery to unique design furniture, lighting and accessories. In 2014 Serax received the Henry van de Velde Award, the most prestigious design prize in Belgium.
COMPOSITION & SIZE
Designer - Denis Guidone Dimensions - 12.5cm x 7cm x 7cm (HxLxW) Weight - 0.2kg Material - Borosilicate Glass *Hand Wash Only