Iconic Cube Houses
Rotterdam is renown for its amazing architecture and city life.
The Cube houses of architect Piet Blom are the perfect illustration of city green, as each cube house represents a tree. All combined are known as the Forest of Blaak.
Architect Piet Blom wanted to create a village in the city, with an interaction between the houses inside and streetlife through the tilted windows.
To stimulate social interaction the Cube Houses do not have a private garden, but a communal area overseen by a starshaped sky, created by the interconnecting cubes.
To be able to enjoy both the Cube House architecture, as well as indoor green the Square Garden Cube vase has the same start shaped cube structure.
To compliment the vase being gifted.
The cube rings allow for stacking, which makes transportation more efficient.
To allow for safe transportation and storage the cubes will be placed into a partialy cut cardboard which slides into a cardboard box.
The top will has a pull through lock, that can be used as a handle.