Mt. Mudung Seoseokdae Cruets and Vase sets by Nothing Design Group
by Harry / August 27, 2013


The pillar-shaped joint cliff of Mt. Mudeung national park in Korea, the product of prehistoric volcanic activity, is the inspiration for a series of cruets and vases by Nothing Design Group.



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Formed in the process of eruption from the cooling and contraction of lava, the Mt. Mudeung pillars are shaped in the form of polygons, such as a hexagon.


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The cruets and vase sets are shaped in the same way. The sets can be combined into three or six or more, mimicking the natural formations.


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Part of a series of special souvenirs celebrating Mt. Mudeung national park in Gwang-ju City, the cruets and vases are a collaborative project with the Gwang-ju Design Center.

+ designnothing.com


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