Design and function come together to create stunning centerpieces, objects that range from functional serving accessories to decorative candlestick holders. Luminaire's curated collection become jewels of the table, adding the extra layer in creating a rich, textural table-scape.
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/images/products/thumbs/381.jpg Belonging to Anna Torfs' Edition Collection, the Armadillo Coupe Vase is a continuation of Torfs' unique approach to glass. Based on geometric shapes that have undergone intense manipulation, Armadillo pushes the boundaries of glass-blowing. Its sharp cuts create the dynamic, energetic sculpture that is both minimal and sensual at the same time. Armadillo Coupe Vase Anna Torfs
/images/products/thumbs/603.jpg A seamless ring of solid spun brass, Minimalux's Black Band Centerpiece is an object reduced to its utmost essence. This striking centerpiece "fences" in fruit and vegetables when placed on the table. The object is finished in electroplated black nickel then mirror polished by hand creating reflections of both the surrounds and contents of the centerpiece. Black Band Centerpiece Minimalux
/images/products/thumbs/215.jpg Glowing bands of Murano glass are fused together to create a single vessel and the result is beautiful and calm. It is fitting that the technique used to join the glass is known as the Incalmo method. Designed in 1968 by Tapio Wirkkala for Venini, the gently curving shapes of the bottles are set off by vibrant swaths of red and green, subdued with softer shades of blue and gray. Bolle Bottles Tapio Wirkkala
/images/products/thumbs/1459.jpg Driven by his passion for sustainability, Domingos Totora draws inspiration from his surroundings in Brazil to create an imaginative collection of objects made of natural fibers and pigments. In his CMV Centerpiece, the circular dish distinguished by its repetition of parallel lines which create the bowl's form. CMV Centerpiece Gardeco
/images/products/thumbs/212.jpg Inspired by nature, the Coral Vase provides a magnificent display with or without flowers. Norman Trapman has designed the ceramic vase so that each individual opening is its own stem vase that is watertight. Coral Vase Norman Trapman
/images/products/thumbs/291.jpg A vase cut from a single block of steel and scored along two diagonal lines, Crevasse by Zaha Hadid for Alessi creates a warped, inverted surface. With a force similar to that of an arctic crevasse, the twisted walls accentuate the verticality of Hadid's creation. Crevasse Vase Zaha Hadid
/images/products/thumbs/116.jpg Capturing the essence and refinement of Piet Stockmans porcelain objects, Dish Without Base combines the designer's characteristic colors and surface texture into a functional tabletop object. Suitable as a centerpiece or fruit bowl, the dish is made from thin porcelain that has a glazed interior. Dish Without Base Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1582.jpg Imagined as a creative way to present food, Blueside Design's Echoes Cloche is a sculptural glass dome that enlivens the tabletop with its uniquely sinuous form. Made of borosilicate glass, the bulbous cloche gives presence to the objects it covers, making them appear as objets d'art worthy of attention. Echoes Cloche Blueside Design
/images/products/thumbs/1585.jpg Reimagine your dining experience with Blueside Design's Gennaro Glass Server, a dramatic tabletop accessory that brings an abundance of creativity to food presentation with its striking design. The novel borosilicate glass sphere features small indented caves designed to hold and present pastries, finger food, and appetizers as works of art which radiate from its sculptural form. Gennaro Glass Server R&D Blueside
/images/products/thumbs/557.jpg Simple in form, the colorful Glass Bottle Vases by Pols Potten are made by hand so each object is slightly unique in form and hue. At first glance, the vases are pure and understated, yet the clarity of form and depth of coloration make the vases special. Glass Bottle Vases Pols Potten
/images/products/thumbs/898.jpg Greek traditions meet modern and sleek Italian design in the Hidria Water Jug designed by Stefania Vasques for Diamantini and Domeniconi. The exaggerated size of the Hidria Water Jugs allows them to be used creatively as a vase or pitcher. Hidria Water Jug Stefania Vasquez
/images/products/thumbs/401.jpg A juxtaposition between old and new, the LampADA takes the form of the modern light bulb and uses it as an oil lamp. The sculptural lamp features two mouth-blown glass bulbs that seemingly dance at the ends of two steel poles. LampADA Oil Lamp Opossum Design
/images/products/thumbs/577.jpg The Notte Glass Candle Holder depicts a natural, enigmatic representation of the traditional candle holder that enkindles the Blueside 2013 collection. The unique emission of 16 candles results in a romantic altar from the different heights of each handmade holder. Notte Glass Candle Holder Francesco Paretti
/images/products/thumbs/389.jpg Inspired by the sight of an island peacefully rising from the ocean, Danny Vanlet's mouth-blown, molded Oilo glass dish features an integrated candle holder that gracefully rises from the object. Oilo Glass Dish Danny Vanlet
/images/products/thumbs/586.jpg Sinuous in form, Studio Parade's Parade Vase was conceived using computer rendering software. Consisting of three ceramic legs, the object is held together by a simple steel clip. Parade Vase Studio Parade
/images/products/thumbs/213.jpg Bold organic shapes characterize Kate Hume's work. With an emphasis on jewel-bright color, the Pebble Vase is one of her earliest designs. Intended to be shown in groups, the play of shadows and layered colors between the forms resemble jewelry. Pebble Vase Kate Hume
/images/products/thumbs/867.jpg Manufactured by Poets and designed by Studio Formafantasma, Pinch Vassoio is an elegant glass tray with a witty metal clip sustaining it in the middle. Poets is a project by Massimo Lunardon in which he grouped five designer friends to create a series of table glassware full of poetry. Pinch Vassoio Studio Formafantasma
/images/products/thumbs/1054.jpg Sculptural and functional, the Prisoner Aluminum Fruit Bowl creates a strong dialogue between the content and the container, as the fruits seem to be in a cage and part of the bowl. Prisoner Aluminum Fruit Bowl MIST-O
/images/products/thumbs/534.jpg Laurence Brabant redefines the flower vase with the Punk Vase, infusing the common glass object with subtle twists and intricate details. The sinuous, blown glass form of the vase is penetrated along its axis eight times with deep impressions into the glass that angle downward to hold water and a stem, resulting in an innovative display of floral. Punk Vase Laurence Brabant
/images/products/thumbs/1140.jpg The minimal Soft Bowl is characterized for its curvaceous and fluid shape. Ideal to store objects or fruits, the versatile bowl can be used interchangeably on both sides. Soft Bowl Kristine Five Melvaer
/images/products/thumbs/758.jpg Made of solid waxed European oak, the tactile Turn Fruit Bowl by designer Mark Braun features a simple and intriguing round shape. Punctuated by a central hole, the design takes a minimal approach to tabletop storage. Turn Fruit Bowl Mark Braun
/images/products/thumbs/602.jpg Formed from a single length of solid metal tubing, Minimalux's U Candleholder has been reduced to its most essential form resulting in an elegant yet simple object for the home. Bent at 180 degrees and available in stainless steel or copper, the candleholder is supported at its base by a turned metal disc, all of which has been mirror polished by hand. U Candleholder Minimalux
/images/products/thumbs/595.jpg A reinterpretation of the flower vase, designer Decha Archjananum's Weight Vases are made of two parts which support one another. A black-painted laser-cut steel frame works in tandem with a concrete base to hold water and flower stems. The concrete base adds weight to create a stable object while the frame is designed to support the stems of flowers. Weight Vases Decha Archjananum