Stacked Porcelain Planter
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Industrial meets natural.
The design for this unusual porcelain planter was inspired by the stacked-ring shapes of high-voltage ceramic insulators found on power lines. Unlike a typical planter that features a large body with a small, flat saucer, this one features a planter and saucer of equal shape and size, giving the whole object a uniquely holistic form. The planter comes with drainage holes at the bottom, so water can collect in the bottom saucer ring.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Porcelain, glazed interior, unglazed exterior
Short Planter is 8" in diameter x 4" H and holds 64 ounces. Each planter has drainage holes at the bottom and an accompanying saucer that adds another ring.
Care & Notes -
Gently wash with soap and water
Meet the Maker
Chen Chen & Kai Williams is a New York based design studio working in furniture, products and materials. It was founded in 2011 by Pratt Institute graduates Chen Chen and Kai Williams. Their work has shown at Moss, Phillips de Pury, The Future Perfect, Matter, Elemental, Inventory Objects, Collectivo Amor de Madre, and in the Wunderkammer pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale.View Full Profile
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