Flower Stack, commissioned by Ping-Kern Ng following a conversation about flower pyramids produced by 17th century Dutch ceramic factories. These towers were pieces of grandeur, displaying individual tulip flowers in stacking ceramic pots that stood up to 160cm tall. These pieces restored by Rijksmuseum consists of 11 stacked elements which make up the entire piece.
Merging the Pixel Vases with the flower pyramid concept I produced a piece that consists of 9 individual stacking pixel vases. The design of the tower required each vase to been made following specific dimensions to allow them to fit together. The vases interlock and overlap each others openings creating dynamic instances.
Once assemble this piece stands 40cm high.
Considering the flexibility that the pixel casting machine gives, it would be possible to produce a stack of any size or shape.