In the Mille Fiori Vase from Menu there will always be a flower bouquet. Because at the designer Andreas Engesvik’s vase’s ground there is a vividly coloured and lively arrangement of flowers. Even if Mille Fiori is empty, it looks as if there are flowers in the vase. Design lovers know that Mille Fiori, which means “thousand flowers” on Italian, is a glass work-out technique that is related to the Italian Venice island Murano. Menu and the designer Andreas Engesvik have expressed this inspiration in the lively glass design of the Mille Fiori Vase. The Mille Fiori Vase from Menu is available in three transparent colours with the characteristic flowers motives as decoration at the floor of the glass vase.