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Made In: Ponpon Flower Tower

Issue 03

The inspiration for Flower Tower, a statuesque vase from the recently launched Swedish brand, Ponpon, was old fashioned perfume bottles and wine carafes.  The playful or interactive element of Flower Tower is its four stackable components.  “Getting people to interact and participate with the vase according to a user’s mood or need is what led me down the path of developing the four shapes of mouth blown glass”, comments Stina Ericson, Product Manager at Ponpon.

Each shape fits into one another like building blocks, which means Flower Tower, designed by Helene Tiedeman, can either be used in full for one (or a few) long stemmed flowers, branches or tall feathers or it can be used with fewer tiers to fit bunches of flowers of various heights and sizes.

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The fun and intriguing thing about Flower Tower is that each shape fits into one another like building blocks, which means Flower Tower can either be used in full for one (or a few) long stemmed flowers, branches or tall feathers or it can be used with fewer tiers to fit bunches of flowers of various heights and sizes.

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It is like an adaptable vase-meets-puzzle.

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INTERVIEW: Stina Ericson- Product Manager, Ponpon {Stockholm}

 01 Where is Ponpon based? 
We have our head office in Kungsbacka outside Gothenburg and one office in Stockholm Norrmalm.

02 What is your favourite Ponpon piece?
My favourite piece is the Quartet glasses by Jon Eliason.

03 Do you personally use Flower Tower at home?
Yes I do, it is perfect because it fits all kind of flowers.

04 Where can people purchase Flower Tower? 
They can buy it in Design Torget’s 18 stores around Sweden or Rum 21.

05  How often does Ponpon release new designs? 
Ponpon releases new products about four times a year.

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Photo Source: Ponpon/Sandra Birgersdotter

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