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ATLANTIS

MIST-O

2014

The Atlantis vase, by Tommaso Nani and Noa Ikeuchi, was born from the dialogue between two material elements. This piece, beyond its function as a decorative receptacle, is also meant to valorise the intimate ritual gesture of flower arranging, through which blossoms are invigorated with new life.

The Atlantis vase is composed of a glass case into which three small shiny white glazed ceramic vases are submerged: by placing cut flowers in the vases, a captivating aquatic ambience is created, with blooms rising poetically through the surface.

The Atlantis vase, by Tommaso Nani and Noa Ikeuchi, was born from the dialogue between two material elements. This piece, beyond its function as a decorative receptacle, is also meant to valorise the intimate ritual gesture of flower arranging, through which blossoms are invigorated with new life.

The Atlantis vase is composed of a glass case into which three small shiny white glazed ceramic vases are submerged: by placing cut flowers in the vases, a captivating aquatic ambience is created, with blooms rising poetically through the surface.

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MIST-O
MIST-O

Mist-o is the name of the studio, founded in 2012, with offices in Tokyo and Milan, as a result of the professional partnership formed between Noa Ikeuchi (Japan) and Tommaso Nani (Italy).

The aim of two designers is to create a bridge between Europe and Asia, whilst dedicating themselves primarily to design, ranging from furniture to small decorative objects, interior decorating,...