Lee Broom celebartes the debut of Podium collection with flower installation
For London Design Festival, Lee Broom prepares a flower-installation to showcase his latest collection of vases, on display from tomorrow. The British designer, who has recently received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise, is venturing further in the world of glasses by including vases in his accessories range for the first time. Aesthetically, the Podium set takes a reference back to Broom’s eccentric presentation The Department Store in Milan. Noble materials, art-decoesque decadence and some old-school glamour coupled with contemporary design solutions characterised the universe Broom created for Furiosalone, and quite visibly he is intending to continue on the same track.
Podium’s design is directly borrowed from his On the rocks glasses collection, where the functional glass upper part is balancing on top of a heavy stone base. The vases are available in globe, cylinder, and bowl shapes to accommodate a variety of flowers and buckets, with bases in either black or white marble. To give the striking collection the attention it deserves, Broom’s Rivington Street showroom will be transformed into a flower-market, which will be the studio’s offering for London Design Festival between 22 and 27 September.
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