Muuto Elevated Vase - Grey

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$179.00
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Description

This amazing vase is hand-made and Nordic in design. Its ash wood is shaped on a turning lathe, polished and painted with PU lacquer. The glass vase is blown by mouth and polished. Elevated is sculptural and decorative, even when displayed without flowers or branches. Also available in Rose & Green.

Diameter: 16.7cm, Height: 21.9cm

The Muuto Elevated vase has Nordic origins, not only in design, but also in the complexion of material. The ash wood represents the heavy and the grounded while the glass represents the light and airy.


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Design Story

Thomas Bentzen created the Elevated vase in 2013. He is a former designer at Louise Campell Studio, started his own studio in 2010. He is co-founder of the design collective REMOVE and his products have received International recognition at fairs and exhibitions all over the world.    

Thomas Bentzen says “The Elevated vase is about doing something exceptional for your flowers. The wooden bowl holding the glass vase elevates the flowers, almost ritually, and frames them in a new nordic poetic way. The materials are inspired by the flowers and branches I would put in the vase. The wood represents the roots in the soil and the glass the airy treetop, as it stands in nature. All together creating a vase that combines a solid and rooted base with a light and divine top.”

Care & Use

It is recommended to clean the ash wood with a moist cloth if necessary and to clean the glass vase with a regular hand wash. Do not put in the dishwasher. 


Thomas Bentzen created the Elevated vase in 2013. He is a former designer at Louise Campell Studio, started his own studio in 2010. He is co-founder of the design collective REMOVE and his products have received International recognition at fairs and exhibitions all over the world.    

Thomas Bentzen says “The Elevated vase is about doing something exceptional for your flowers. The wooden bowl holding the glass vase elevates the flowers, almost ritually, and frames them in a new nordic poetic way. The materials are inspired by the flowers and branches I would put in the vase. The wood represents the roots in the soil and the glass the airy treetop, as it stands in nature. All together creating a vase that combines a solid and rooted base with a light and divine top.”

It is recommended to clean the ash wood with a moist cloth if necessary and to clean the glass vase with a regular hand wash. Do not put in the dishwasher.