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Menu Pot and Wire Base Planter

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Menu Pot and Wire Base Planter

from 75.00

***Price includes pot and wire stand. Please choose the size and color of wire stand you are interested in during check out.***

The inspiration for this charming and decorative series came while Kasper Rønn and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen were visiting a Japanese-inspired garden in L.A. The garden had custom made standing and hanging displays with flowers and light and together with the Japanese trees and small fountains it transformed the garden into a beautiful new kind of Art Deco.

The series consists of three elegant bases for cosy oil lamps or beautifully floating flower arrangements. On top of these elegant bases you can put a cosy Oil Disc to light up the terrace, the patio, or all along the driveway – or a charming pot for green plants, fresh herbs, or lovely flowers. Mix and match between heights and contents and create your own tableau displays inside the house, or outside – or maybe even both.

Designer: Norm Architects (DK)
Pot Dimensions: 9.1"w x 6.7"h, Width under lip: 8.75" Materials: Powder-coated Steel

Dimensions: Small - 11.5"w x 7.9"h, Medium - 11.5"w x 15.8"h, Large - 11.5"w x 23.6"h
Top dimensions: Inner width: 8.75" - Outer width: 9.1"

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***Price includes pot and wire stand. Please choose the size and color of wire stand you are interested in during check out.***

The inspiration for this charming and decorative series came while Kasper Rønn and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen were visiting a Japanese-inspired garden in L.A. The garden had custom made standing and hanging displays with flowers and light and together with the Japanese trees and small fountains it transformed the garden into a beautiful new kind of Art Deco.

The series consists of three elegant bases for cosy oil lamps or beautifully floating flower arrangements. On top of these elegant bases you can put a cosy Oil Disc to light up the terrace, the patio, or all along the driveway – or a charming pot for green plants, fresh herbs, or lovely flowers. Mix and match between heights and contents and create your own tableau displays inside the house, or outside – or maybe even both.

Designer: Norm Architects (DK)
Pot Dimensions: 9.1"w x 6.7"h, Width under lip: 8.75" Materials: Powder-coated Steel

Dimensions: Small - 11.5"w x 7.9"h, Medium - 11.5"w x 15.8"h, Large - 11.5"w x 23.6"h
Top dimensions: Inner width: 8.75" - Outer width: 9.1"

MENU is a Danish design company founded in 1976. They do design. All day actually. Occasionally at night as well. Collaborating with some of the most talented designers in the world we deliver high quality design with a crisp Scandinavian look. We call it soft minimalism. 

At Menu they're passionate about design, new materials and clever details, and dream about making a difference.

They believe in making design matter – and strives to do so by creating products that evoke true feelings, innovations that make a genuine difference, and by combining do-well with do-good. They're passionate, original and responsible.

Menu works strategically with innovative products. Obsessed with clever solutions and functional details. They're lucky to work with some of the best designers in the world and they make sure that a new Menu product always has either a new function, a new material or a new production method. Because that’s the originality that makes it a true Menu product.

Menu works hard on locating new partners in developing countries around the world. Local factories or small private co-operations where they can produce good, high quality products and at the same time provide the people involved in the production with a better economic foundation.

Menu believes in making design matter. 
Are we going to save the world by doing this? No.
Are we going to try anyways? Oh yes.