The MIES, vase designed by , consists of two elements, sheet steel that combining give rise to three possible configurations.
The housing consists of a sheet steel laser-cut, bent and welded; This element can be polished or Matt lacquered or stainless steel mirror. The inner body is always composed of a folded sheet steel and welded, alternatively it can be painted or clear glass; possible finishes are gloss, Matt lacquers and foils. Lacquering of this template takes its cue from the car body trim.
The modern and captivating design and the variety of configurations, combinations and finishes make the vase MIES differs and is featured on the table.
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