Terra Collection

TERRA pot & saucer, medium

Terracotta, Mirror polished stainless steel
Terra 10017656 https://www.georgjensen.com/europe/home-decor/vases-and-planters/terra-pot-and-saucer-medium/10017656.html

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€ 69,00
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Bringing a whole new energy and sense of style to gardening, the sculptural nature of this terracotta pot and saucer defies expectation with its inversion of the usual shape of a planter. Tapering as it rises, the shape gives more room for the roots and also helps with stability. Tactile and rich in color, the pot is suitable for both indoor or outdoor use and makes the perfect gift for any home gardener.

Norwegian design powerhouse Snøhetta is one of the most influential and highly regarded studios in the world. With projects ranging from interior design and architecture to graphics and furniture, the company's work reflects both a Scandinavian aesthetic and a sensitivity to location. Terra is Snøhetta's first collaboration with Georg Jensen.

The Terra pot and saucer are made from terracotta and display a stainless steel logo badge.

This medium size Terra pot and saucer in terracotta measures 16 cm (6.3 inches) in diameter at the smaller side and 21.2 cm (8.4 inches) at the larger side.

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  • Item number: 10017656
  • Materials: Terracotta, Mirror polished stainless steel
  • Measurements: H: 132 mm / 5.2 inches. Ø: 160 mm. The diameter (Ø) is measured at the smaller side of the pot.
  • Design year: 2020
  • 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.