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Dama
1995
Planters
Arriola&Fiol, arquitectes

medium, large, plus / (1) Cor-Ten steel sheet (6mm), Oxidized and painted Cor-Ten effect. / Free-standing / 66 Kg.-213 L., 96 Kg.-329 L., 110Kg.-405 L.
TRES DAMAS are three planters in COR-TEN steel, available in different sizes and capacities: DAMA MEDIANA, DAMA GRANDE and DAMA PLUS. This allows plant species of differing heights and sizes to be used in combination with the different heights of each of the TRES DAMAS. CORTEN steel endows them with the necessary solidness and the shape, tone and colour of traditional ceramic planters, returning to the spirit of old gardens and florid balconies to transgress urban spaces and sprinkle them with...+ read more
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Cruz y Ortiz
Antonio Cruz and Antonio Ortiz are two architects who have been able to open up new paths towards a universal sensibility. Both ...more
Elías Torres y J.A. Martínez-Lapeña
Elías Torres opened his professional studio in 1968 in conjunction with his partner, José Antonio Martínez Lapeña. Their work has...more
Icaria
ICARIA is a monobloc planter in granite grey cast stone, although it can be ordered in any standard colour. A feature of ICARIA is its large interior volume which ...more
Niu
NIU is a multipurpose type of street furniture. The apparent formal simplicity of a 230 cm diameter ring of cast stone actually has highly versatile functions. Niu...more


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