Cool Hunting, an online magazine for all things “cool”, occasionally really comes up with the goods. Two days ago they featured a vase made by architect Jon Kleinhample for Belgium based studio LMBRJK, who ‘create custom art objects from natural materials.’
What Kleinhample produced was the Trillip vase series, made using both soft and hardwoods native to Slovenia. The vases, inspired by tulips, are painstakingly constructed piece by piece using laser-cut slides of wood. Each vase, as you might imagine, is ‘entirely unique’.
These are novel as well as beautiful, with an incredibly tactile aesthetic. For more images of the process take a look at Cool Hunting’s slideshow.