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Brief Published: 10 Oct 2012

Element Vessel by Vitamin


London design studio Vitamin has launched a limited-edition range of vessels made from stacked rings. The modular object’s composition is created by the customer, who can choose from a variety of materials including marble, cork, amber gold and polished steel.

The components are made from both traditional methods such as cut glass, turned wood and metal plating, as well as modern processes including 3D-printed resin and CNC (computer numerical control) cut plastic. The element of user interaction in the design process lends itself to creating limited-edition objects, as each configuration will only be sold 10 times.

Element Vessel was introduced at trade show Designjunction last month during London Design Festival. For more London Design Festival highlights, see the Stylus Events report, London Design Festival