In search of a fresh perspective to promote Israeli quality flowers, Aviv Harmonie initiated an art student competition Out Of The Vase. Art students from different artistic disciplines were invited to participate. The students did not have previous floral design experience. Students were given a large selection of Harmonie flowers. Students competed for high cash prizes in three categories: Fresh look on classical use, Colors and Harmonie.
Student Femke Haanappel represented Holland
FemkeÂ Haanappel - Studied interior design At the Interieur Academie the Netherlands.
Company and Hamifleurs
Hamifleurs is one of the largest cut flower exporters in the Netherlands and is active in more than thirty countries worldwide and offers an exceptionally wide range of products.
Femke Haanappel From the Netherlands used mostly yellow and green to dress her model.
Greens: Setaria Tomer Grevillea baileyana
Yellows: Solidago Craspedia
For her work on Transparency, Femke created the Transparent shade Using: Monstera , Ageratum and Birds of Paradise
For her work Green Green, Femke created The Green Carpet, Using Aspidistra, Green trick and Asparagus virgatus
In this work the focused on texture , look and feel. the carpet is so soft and cozy and yet so cool.
For her work on Bridal bouquet of the future, Femke created a next generation â€œMisteltoe â€œ not only for the bride but also for the groom. Using: Poney, Kochia, Calla Ethiopica, Lisianthus, Gypsophilla
For her work on the Together assignment, Femke worked together
with a Hamifleurs rep, FloraHolland personnel and a Israeli grower.
Femke Made a Together piece representing all 4 as one In this process she also used an array of products
For greens she used Eucalyptus, Aralia, Monstera and kochia
For her white section she used Narcissus, Paperwhite, Phlox Ice cape, Ornithogalum thyrsoides and limonium statice
For her pinks she used Peony, pink Lisianthus, Gravillea and Raffines
of the competition
For the assignment Bridal Bouquet of the Future, Annika Geiger from Germany, created a wedding ring cushion designed as a clutch made of flowers using Tweedia as something blue and Paperwhite Narcissi
For the assignment: The final touch makes the difference. Xiali Ascencio from China created a beautiful bridal dress using Anemone and Green Trick
Annika Geiger from Germany used Tweedia to created Her : â€œTweedia Sundialâ€? for her work on The final touch makes all the difference assignment
Harmonie winter quality Gladioli were used in a few of the assingments
On the Minimalism assignment Xiali Ascencio from China created "Companionship" that is a symbol for timeless dedication. For this work she used â€œHarmonieâ€? winter
Lior Lifshitz from Israel used Gladioli in the Together assignment
On The final touch makes all the difference assignment Nuushi Harada from Japan created the Scabiosa Scoop Sushi â€œLike the fish is the heart of sushi, here the scabiosa gives flavor and colorâ€?
For the Green-Green assignment Iulia Tulbure used three amazing products available only from Harmonie.
Isopogon â€œCurlyâ€œ Grevillea baileyana Ruscus hypophyllum
For her Transparency assignment Jody Lee from USA created “White light” using Gypsophila and Campanula
In his work for the Harmonie assignment Maciej Kwietnicki from Poland created an Harmony of flowers among them he used Helianthus,Wax flower, Ranunculus Pon Pon
In her work for Transparency Xiali Ascencio from China created a Transparent dress using Aspidistra elatior Milky way
Nuushi Harada from Japan for his work Minimalism Used Red Ranunculus on a stem of Equisetum.
For his work Bridal Bouquet of the Future, Lior Lifshitz from Israel created a picture representing different variation on the traditional â€œstraightâ€? marriage where partners of different variations are acceptable
Using : Ornithogalum White star and Grevillea
For his work on the Shoe maker goes barefoot, Lior Lifshitz from Israel created “Love invitation – The insect version “ Using : Gerbera, Lisianthus and Ranunculus
On the Harmonie assignment Iulia Tulbure created a Hat and a Lampshade using among others Limonium and Lisianthus
For her work for Minimalism, Leontine Brugmans who represented FH used Craspedia
In her work for self Portrait, Ioana Sabrina from the UK used Phlox flower as her fragrant tea. Indeed Harmonie has a large selection of colors of this fregnent flower
For his work Bridal Bouquet of the Future, Maciej Kwietnicki from Poland created a wearable bridal bouquet veil using Gypsophila Color Calla and Solidago
Valery Nyamwaya from Kenya created a pedant made of Aralia stems and twigs for the Minimalism assignment The pendant symbolized continuity
For her work on Harmonie, Annika Geiger from Germany used the deep colors of Lisianthus petals to create her dress
Alexandra Salamatina from Russia chose to create her Dress with an assortment of colorful flowers Trachelium Lisianthus Helianthus Anemone
how inno vation is really done!
Published on Dec 7, 2015