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De Castelli | Screen-Pot

Objects De Castelli | Screen-Pot

De Castelli | Screen-Pot

Screen-Pot is a restyling of the classical flowerpot with grates for climbers. Thanks to the use of steel and the laser cutting, the piece has a graphic effect, inspired to the nature’s forms. Ideal as a divider, Screen-Pot can create vegetal and mobile shielding, that used as natural separè, gives privacy and protects from the wind.

Designer: De Castelli  | Francois Clerc
Production year: 2011
Finishes: Corten, maistral stainless steel, Ral lacquered
Sizes: –  88,5 x 45 x h 150 cm, 44 x 45 x h 150 cm
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