Glasilium creates a new way of displaying plants. with a copper stem and natural cork neck showcasing a single flower, straw of grass, branch or leaf in their most transparent form. The stem is placed in the vase as if it were growing in nature, bringing and capturing this concept indoors.
Fill the vase with water by simply removing the cork.
The copper gets a beautiful patina over time. Depending on the environment the colour changes naturally. You can polish the copper stem by using a damp soft cloth and copper polish. The glass should be handwashed separately in luke warm water and rinsed and dried carefully. Do not wash in dishwasher. If any plaque appears on the glass pour a little citric acid or lemon juice and wash. You can also remove plaque if you put a little rice and citric acid and shake the vase. Rinse with warm water.
“When I made this vase, I wanted to create something that helps you express your relationship with what’s beyond your walls.” — Eva Levin
Glasilium allows you to explore more with nature. Build a scenery within, or go beyond the vase and let the items inside ascend. There are many ways to use Glasilium. The form is up to you.
Vase Glasilium, has recently been exhibited at the Venice Biennale of Architecture 2018, in Italy, The Swedish Design Pavilion at the London Design Fair, 1000 Vases in Paris during Paris Design Week 2018, and at Open Design Language in Milan during Milan Design Week 2019.