Vases are defined as containers with borders, but not these ones. Designed by Desz Office to explore the relationship between people and space, Vase NA 2.0 is a concept about lines, colors, and the idea of seemingly creating something out of nothing.

Vase NA 2.0 is made of a metal grid frame structure. Within each grid, gradient colors indicate a “vessel” resting inside, but there is no actual object in existence. The vase, by design, challenges the viewer’s perception, prompting them to acknowledge a vase within an object, while also reconciling with the fact that the vase does not actually exist. It breaks the inherent space constraints of a defined object and plays with the boundary between virtual and real. Whether you define it as a real vase or not, this objet d’art can still be enjoyed in any space.