No.42 Airvase

The ‘Airvase’ is a laser-cut paper creation which can be shaped into a self-standing structure.

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An elegant example of paper engineering, the initial flat, circular shape of the Airvase reveals a flexible, fine lattice when stretched, gaining strength at the same time. It can be used as an attractive cover for glass jars or as a decorative item in its own right.

This item is made from thin paper. It is very fragile and should be kept away from moisture.

Product diameter: 19.3 cm

Package size: L20 cm × W20 cm

Weight: 32 g

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Airvases: the possibilities of paper

Created by design company Torafu Architects, airvases are elegant and malleable self-standing structures made from a single piece of paper.

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Airvases: the possibilities of paper