Teumsae Wall Vase Cool Mid Grey
Wall hung vase in cool mid grey coloured jesmonite.
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This strikingly simple vase hangs on your wall and creates a talking point even when it has no flowers in it. Inspired by plants growing through cracks in the pavement, designer Hyunhee created this original and unique range of vases. Easily fixed to the wall using the inbuilt mounting holes, each piece can be hung at any one of three different angles so that you can choose how to display it. Hang it individually or as part of a modular group to create your very own practical work of art. In cool mid grey (the piece on the right in the main image), this piece has a rich grey tone to it, making it perfectly neutral enough to work with any interior colour scheme. A statement on its own, we also love it paired with the white and the warm grey to create a complementary colour palette, adding depth and interest to your wall.
Hand made in the UK
Vase measures 135 x 53 x 153 mm
Product weight 600g
Can be mounted at any one of three angles using the inbuilt wall mounting fixtures.
This product is made of Jesmonite, an eco-friendly water-based fine cement-like material, invented in the UK in 1984 by Peter Hawkins and named “Material of the Year” at the 2017 London Design Fair. Jesmonite is well-known for being durable, light, and UV stable.
As each object is individually cast and finished by hand, slight colour variations and small surface differences may occur; these features are part of the casting process, making each product unique. To remove dirt or grease, wipe with a slightly damp cloth. All Extra&Ordinary products are coated with a sealant to resist a light amount of liquid, but sitting water may leave behind marks.
At Extra&Ordinary Design, we create things that turn ordinary environments into the extraordinary and capture moments to elicit sentiment through design. Teumsae is Korean for “a little gap between things”, and the Teumsae series is reminiscent of humble plants growing through gaps between pavements and stone walls.