Design Sára Kele

Designed to combine aesthetics and functionality, thisvase is composed of two elements: a cut glass bottle, which slides and fades into a block of terrazzo shells with contrasting surfaces.

This object highlights the know-how of the French company Malàkio, which imagines materials made of revalued shells (oysters, mussels, scallops), a mineral binder and plant-based pigments.

The low-tech manufacturing process does not require energy consumption and gives a unique quality to the material.

  Manufactured in France

  Recycled shells and upcycled wine bottle

  Separable bottle for easy use.


Project developed with Marion Duzan and Sara Kele - see GEOM collection - Winner of the European Worth Partnership project

Nominated for the Green Products Awards - vote until January 14th

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Size: Ø 20cm - thickness 8cm

Weight : 3,5kg


60% recycled shell

Mineral binder and water-based adhesive

Pigment from plants for the red and black versions


The shell block is made in Nantes by Malàkio who developed this innovative material, the glass container is an upcycled wine bottle by Q de Bouteilles, partner workshop in Le Touquet. The manual manufacturing process implies variations in rendering, color and the presence of bubbles on the surface.


Care: Clean vase with damp sponge and wipe dry. The glass bottle is dishwasher-safe.

Recycling: The glass bottle is separable and recyclable in the existing circuit, the shell composite is recyclable by the manufacturer but does not currently have a collection channel.

If your product is broken, please contact us at to find the best solution to recycle it.

Shipping and Returns

The delivery: is carried out by Colissimo against signature. The delivery time is on average one week (working days), including preparation, shipping and receipt of your package.

The return: write to us at for the terms of return. You have 14 days from the day you receive your order to return it. The articles must be in perfect condition and packaged in their original packaging.