Vase Luxje - S, Floris Meijer
Glass Museum Leerdam - Luxje
At the end of 2020, Floris, in collaboration with his education and the Glass Museum Leerdam, was commissioned to design a vase for an exhibition. Luxje created a small vase here. The museum was very enthusiastic about the design, so it was decided to produce the vase in a small edition.
The name Luxje comes from Lux, a unit with which light is measured. To show off the small flowers such as buttercups, daisies, blue grapes and violets, the vase can be tumbled. This movement is derived from the wind that makes the flowers move when they are outside in nature.
For the somewhat larger flowers such as daffodils, daisies, poppies, cornflowers, morning star and yellow chamomile, there is a larger version.
The vases are made of porcelain, uncolored and unglazed so that they retain the beautiful natural color and appearance of clay.