Studio Toer's Fuji Vase lets the flower decide which way to go.
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"The Fuji vase puts the focus on the flower itself." says Studio Toer.
"The porcelain vase serves as a steady base from which the flower can flourish. It draws the attention to the flower's ability to delicately grow towards the sun."
The vase is named after Mount Fuji in Japan but is only seven centimeters high. Because of its low center of mass and relatively wide ground surface, the small vase can prevent its flower from toppling over.
Inside the vase the flower is supported to stand up straight and can easily hold a flower of up to one meter.