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In glassblowing vocabulary, the term “off-center” denotes a shape displaced from its axis and is actually considered a fault. However, OffCentre employs these natural “faults” as a rather divine inspiration. Zapata and Gonzales celebrate the natural occurrences of the hand blowing process which lead them to create completely organic pieces of work.

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Zapata and Gonzales made a conscious decision to create “bubbles” in their wall vases in order to properly house a plant’s roots. Plants are able to grow within the vases for years. Depending on the shape of the vase, the designers will help you choose the perfect green, whether it be a vine-like pothos or a simple tulip.

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OffCentre’s gorgeous selection includes a handcrafted line of bold, irregular pendant lamps that are reminiscent to shattered glass floating in mid-air. Their unique, deconstructive texture shines light in a myriad of directions.

OffCentre will be exhibiting at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) as part of New York Design Week until May 19th, 2015.

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