The maximum possible reduction of shape finds harmony in the economical forms of a design in which a combination of admiration for architecture and technological experiments with glass is clear to see. The hyperbolic shape provides a unique design solution with a harmonising function and aesthetics in one. Its flexibility consists of the option of utilising the glass component on top either as a tube for water in which to put flowers or as a candle holder. The vase is made by hand to the maximum possible diameter and height and offers customers various colour alternatives. Ještěd brings an informal atmosphere to an interior. Design Lars Kemper & Peter Olah.