Ossobucco // Vase // Architect Gal Gaon fot Talents Design
Created as a counter-action to the Modernistic movement, Architect Gaon’s ‘Ossobuccu’ represents a return to basic figures and forms. Gaon played with the idea that when prehistoric man picked the ‘first’ flower for his prehistoric woman, a bone was probably used as the first vessel to hold it. Ossobuccu is the first flower’s vase.
The Ossobucco’s proportions are meant for holding a bundle of hand-picked flowers rather then large sophisticated bouquets.