Germany-based designer Sarah Bottger keeps it modular with her nifty Juuri series of glassware. By taking one basic bottle shape, making dozens of them and making cuts at eight different locations, Bottger cleverly yields a myriad of containers, from jars to glasses to decanters and everything in between.
"Inspired by the manufacturing process of glass, all vessels derive from the same basic shape," she writes. "Using a flexible ring and fitted plastic lids it is possible to combine and close them."
I love the concept, and was psyched to see Bottger's also posted copious "making of" shots on her website.
Check out more of her work here.