TH-3 Case Study Cylinder House White 21-inch Vessel Plant Pot, Large
Vessel Pottery: Model TH-3
Produced by Vessel, USA.
TH-3 Case Study Cylinder House White 21-inch Plant Pot, Large.
Embraced by design aficionados of modern architecture from New York to Los Angeles,
Vessel's modern Architectural Pottery Planter Collection remains a favorite of prominent mid-century and modern Los Angeles architects.
Featured in several of California's most iconic dream houses such as
Richard Neutra, Craig Ellwood and Pierre Koenig; this modernist pot is also featured in Julius Schulman's black & white photography.
Made by Vessel/Architectural Pottery for NOVA68; a Los Angeles Architecture and design firm specializing in modern residential and commercial planter pot designs in the tradition
of John Entenza's famous Case Study House Program.
This item is one of the classics in the history of architectural pottery.
The aesthetic quality of this dynamic looking icon, with with it's distinctive modern lines, has lost none of its freshness over the years.
Each of these award winning creations are made after the original designs from the 1950's. They are hand crafted in the USA and manufactured from the original drawings, molds and specifications.
Each piece is made according to two concepts, to manufacture high quality studio production ceramics that will safeguard the health of growing plants, and to design these products in a range of related shapes complementary to today's architecture.
This architectural pottery line will show its timeless appeal and graceful simplicity, even without any plants.
For indoor use, a moisture gauge should be used to keep roots from sitting in overly wet soil.
For outdoor use, a drainhole may be drilled to maintain proper drainage. Ceramic containers should never be subject to freezing.
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Dimensions: 21" w x 16" h
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