Mokomoko Vase

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The vase, as an object, was once an item with a single large opening intended for the housing of multiple different flowers species in a single body. As each of the flowers grew, they sustained their vitality at different rates, meaning that when one dies, the bundle would be inconveniently untied to remove the dead flower.

In the hopes of improving this process, the proposed object begins with using the dead ash wood; while thinking about how design could be used to enhance a vases functional and aesthetic properties in a modern household setting. All this while still regarding its historically organic shape.