Teresa Sapey’s ADAN contemporary Collection for Vondom is an extraordinary creation that exhibits a lot of personality with its diamond-shaped facets. These versatile pieces go beyond just being contemporary planters; they can also serve as seats, flower pots, or even auxiliary tables. They are more than just objects; they are multifunctional architectural pieces that add a touch of glamour to any setting, blending in seamlessly with any style. Designed using materials that permit both indoor and outdoor use, these pieces are perfect for enhancing your lifestyle.
Discover the new version of the Adan design planters
Our iconic design planters, created by Teresa Sapey, have undergone a makeover with the new version called Adan Glossy. Using the polycarbonate injection technique, we have incorporated new finishes with vibrant colors and transparency. The Adan Nano has been transformed into a magical piece with its geometry combined with translucent colors and light, creating an aura of transparencies and reflections that shine on their own.
Furthermore, the increased capacity and weight of the design provide greater stability, making it a reliable asset for decorating a variety of spaces. Adan serves as a versatile item that can be used as a vase, flower pot, organizer, book holder, or simply as a decorative element. Available in jewel-like transparent colors such as crystal, amber, sapphire, and smoked, as well as in opaque white.
Create your own paradise!
The most atractive man i met in my life.
- Teresa Sapey -
Studio Teresa Sapey is an architecture and design studio based in Madrid since it was founded in 1990. The team’s guiding force streams from curiosity and energy. In fact, the range of fields approached by this practice is extremely broad: It varies from spaces to displays via furniture, graphics and editorial works. Projects not only stem from feelings, but they are also capable of transmitting these same emotions to their clients and customers. “By working with spaces my aim is to be touching and therefore render emotions palpable: Three-dimensional, even four-dimensional. No matter the feelings is, as far as it is a feeling, I would go for it! I believe that architecture should interpret, build and transmit these inspiringly and usefully”
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