Terra Collection

TERRA tray & set of three pots

Terracotta, Mirror polished stainless steel
Terra 10017658 https://www.georgjensen.com/europe/home-decor/vases-and-planters/terra-tray-and-set-of-three-pots/10017658.html

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€ 139,00
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Playing with the contrasting textures of terracotta, stainless steel and the green foliage from the plants within, this striking set of three pots and a tray brings a contemporary look to the world of gardening. The unusual tapering shape of the planters allows more space for the roots to grow and for your plants to flourish. The set of three pots is versatile, and makes a great display with flowers on a balcony or arranged as a fresh row of herbs in the kitchen. This planter set makes the perfect gift for the home gardener.

Norwegian-based design studio Snøhetta has become one of the world’s most influential firms, with a wide range of projects including architecture, furniture, and graphics. The beautiful Terra collection for Georg Jensen reflects both the company's Scandinavian aesthetic and its rigorous approach to practicality and functionality.

This Terra tray and set of three pots measures each 9.8 cm (3.85 inches) in diameter at the smaller side.

The planter set is made from terracotta and stainless steel, which has been given a mirror finish. It is suitable for both indoor or outdoor use.

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  • Item number: 10017658
  • Materials: Terracotta, Mirror polished stainless steel
  • Measurements: W: 416 mm. D: 146 mm.
  • Launch year: 2020
Meet the designer
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.