Floral patterns and ‘millennial pink’ are two of the strongest trends on the catwalk and in contemporary interior design. They thrive in textiles and wallpapers, and 50 Shades of Pink are finding their way into materials such as glass and marble – every spring sees the culmination of the pink floral romance, when the cherry blossoms come out. The phenomenon the Japanese call sakura is usually only around for a few days each year... until now! Cado extends the aesthetics of Sakura and invites blossoming cherry tree twigs indoors with their very own vase design, inspired by kado, the ancient Japanese art of flower arranging.
With its mouth-blown, minimalist shape and coloured base, Cado clearly carries the Holmegaard signature, and has much in common with the Japanese–Danish design connection currently in vogue all over the world. This is particularly evident in the ability to elevate everyday utility art into small works of art, and to incorporate nature and the changing seasons as part of the design cycle, with a penchant for organic materials such as glass