The vases in the Reed collection began as three-dimensional sketches in cardboard and paper, where Monica Förster showed how to bring character in the material by emphasizing its folds instead of hiding them. Transferred to glass, it gives a sense of organic movement. A quiet swaying in the hard glass. Reed is blown into a mold in clear glass or in green and is available in three different sizes. A large vase that can be placed on the floor and in spacious rooms with large greens and florals, a medium size for cut flowers, and a small one that is just right for tulips.