Hexagonal towers of glazed porcelain, inspired by columnar basalt formations, graphene and carbon nanotubes. This sculpture can work as a planter for very small cacti and succulents, or as an elegant pen holder. Arrangement designed by Birch & Bone
The Geometric Series
of porcelain planters is a stylistic synthesis of polygonal shapes that naturally occur in minerals as well as in plants, such as succulents and cacti. The porcelain structures offer a very solid yet subtly heterogeneous surface that contrasts with the pure geometry of the polygons and the organic nature of the plants that inhabit them.
Plants and decorations not included.