Tino Seubert
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Narcissus Vases

 
 

Narcissus Vases

For 2Spoons Tino Seubert created a collection of vases. For this he was inspired by the socialist GDR architecture of the exhibition venue, the Henselmann-Tower that marks the gateway to Karl-Marx-Allee. Geometric forms are composed to create elaborate objects using terrazzo and mirrored glass. Their name Narcissus refers to the partly reflective and partly transparent surface of the glass. The viewer is able to look inside the vases, where the flowers are reflected and multiplied many times.

The vases were displayed with flower arrangements by florist Mark Colle, from Antwerp, who has already worked for Dries Van Noten, Raf Simons and Dior.