A single flower to give its own stage, this is achieved with the new mono convase. The strong emphasis on stainless steel surface and the low height of the glass bowl lead the association for mono convase away from the vase. This emphasis on the surface it is that a single flower creates a forum to showcase their delicate beauty.
The mono convase was designed by Viennese designer F Maurer, thus assuming the formal element of mono flame shell and interpreted for an altered functionality. The eccentrically embedded in the stainless steel hood opening for the short stem of the flower is a fixed position while creating a central positioning over an altered spatial presentation. The transparent glass bowl gets this stage a floating lightness that focuses the viewer's attention in addition to the floral motif.
With its purist design the designer has succeeded Franz Maurer, a single flower to create a separate stage. A curved inward stainless steel top is on a lovely drinking glass and remembers little more of a classic vase. A set into the stainless steel top opening for the short cut the flower stalk is a firm hold. A small flower is a flower object.
Mono conglas, stainless steel cover for a single flower.