The bouquetières were fresh flowers street sellers in Paris in the 18th century. These women were making crowns and selling bouquets. It is also a type of ceramic vase, which displays the flowers into a even composition.
There are regional formal specificities: the ones from Bretagne are conic or imitate a bagpipe instrument. Those from Marseille have a perforated top and flowery decor. Often these wall vases hang in houses with dried flower bouquets.
To celebrate spring, Kunst Cantine designs vases using the same formal principals, focusing on the textures and structure of fresh organic aromatic plants.
In tribute to Sjællandsgade Bad public bath, Bouquetières is an event based on steam as a cooking principle. The food and drinks are paired with a saunagus, a traditional Danish aromatherapy ceremony.