Terra Collection

TERRA pot & saucer, small

Mirror polished stainless steel
Terra 10017683 https://www.georgjensen.com/en-gb/home-decor/vases-and-planters/terra-pot-and-saucer-small/10017683.html
£75.00
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Defying our expectations of both material and shape, the Terra planter brings a contemporary twist to the world of gardening. The shiny stainless steel surface contrasts strikingly with the green of the plants within, while the inverted form of the planter gives stability and also more space for the roots to grow. Sitting in a matching saucer, the pot is suitable for both indoors or outdoors.

Renowned for a rigorous design process and a sensitivity to location, Norwegian studio Snøhetta has risen to be one of the world’s most revered and respected studios with projects ranging from graphics to architecture. Terra is the Snøhetta's first collaboration with Georg Jensen and also marks the studio's first foray into garden products.

The Terra pot and saucer are crafted from stainless steel and given a mirror-polished finish.

This small Terra pot and saucer in stainless steel measures 9.8 cm (3.86 inches) in diameter at the smaller side and 14.6 cm (5.75 inches) at the larger side.

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Specifications

  • Item number: 10017683
  • Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel
  • Measurements: H: 90 mm / 3.54 inches. Ø: 98 mm / 3.86 inches. The diameter (Ø) is measured at the smaller side of the pot.
  • Launch year: 2020
Meet the designer
Snøhetta
Working across architecture, landscape architecture, interiors, product and graphic design, Snøhetta has become synonymous with some of the most striking and innovative buildings, objects, and projects in contemporary culture. Originally founded in Oslo, Norway, in 1989, today Snøhetta employs 240 people from thirty-two countries with offices across Europe, Asia, and Australia. As the practice behind the Norwegian National Opera, the SFMOMA extension and the National September 11 Memorial Museum & Pavilion at the World Trade Center site in New York, and with countless other architectural projects underway across the globe, Snøhetta is defining the visual landscape for generations to come with their insightful and contextual approach.