Pottery & urban jungle

New collection

Volumes by Piet Boon

Volumes by Piet Boon

For the new collection of five vases, Studio Piet Boon played with the different thicknesses and heights that they always saw reappearing in commercial vases. By experimenting with them, volumes of different heights have been created at the top. These volumes have an important function: they keep the flowers in the right place. “A volume for one flower, a volume for Ikebana, a volume for a large bouquet and a volume for a small or large plant,” Piet Boon explains.

See collection

mix and match


For the VASE collection’s earthy colour palette, Boon drew his inspiration from paintings by Italian artist Giorgio Morandi. “In line with the BASE tableware, the VASE collection is intended for mixing and matching different sizes and colours,” says Boon. “These vases don't need a lot of flowers, by the way. Just a couple of branches or a few beautiful large flowers will suffice.”

Glazed shades by Serax Glazed shades Construct by Marie Michielssen Construct Urban Jungle by Marie Michielssen Urban Jungle Jars pottery by Serax Jars pottery Rustic by Serax Rustic Bain Blanche by Serax Bain Blanche Black Ancient by Serax Black Ancient Bretelle by Lens Arch Bretelle Carnivore vases by René Barba Carnivore vases Chocolat by Serax Chocolat Clay by Serax Clay Craquelé by Serax Craquelé Display plant stand by Morris Marigo Display plant stand Gold & Pastel by Serax Gold & Pastel Growth tables & Racks by Serax Growth tables & Racks Handpainted pots by Serax Handpainted pots Metal sculptures plant stand by Antonino Sciortino Metal sculptures plant stand Ocean by Serax Ocean Punch by Serax Punch Recylce by Moniek vanden Berghe Recylce Sixties by Serax Sixties Speckles by Serax Speckles Terracotta by Serax Terracotta Terracotta Pots by René Barba Terracotta Pots Terres de Rêves pots by Anita Le Grelle Terres de Rêves pots Umbra by Serax Umbra Volumes by Piet Boon Volumes
© 2020 Serax