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FRANK KERDIL’s Flat-Pack NOMING VASE
Posted By Emily Pilloton On April 14, 2007 @ 2:52 am In Decorative Objects,Design,Green Home decor,Innovation | 4 Comments
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the most beautiful, and Frank Kerdil’s Noming Vase  is no exception. Made from a unique paper-based material comprised of 51% pure chalk, the flat-pack vases are easily assembled origami-style into organically-shaped and steadfastly-waterproof vases to adorn your breakfast table. Their sturdy-yet-flexible form makes them almost impossible to break, a cheeky critique on the legendary Ming vase (hence the name, No…ming – get it?!). And as if you needed another reason to love them, Noming  Vases are delivered flat, can be scribbled on and customized, AND are only $15 for a set of four from You Say Tomato , making it that much easier to stop and smell the flowers every day. Thanks to Mark for the tip!
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