Bye-Bye Planter 60x56x100

by HARRY & CAMILA

The artistic couple’s objective with this new collection: To attain two completely different shapes. An abstract  shape drawn by the upper edge and yet an overall inferior outline which appears to be geometric, although flowing from side to side, but never seeming to join, something that catches our interest. An ordinary vertical outline holds the object within it’s own identity. Its overall stretched cartoon-like appearance symbolizes journeys through space at light-speed. The fascination of BYE-BYE is contained in its contrast of a simultaneous unity, yet inner conflict.

DESCRIPTION

Made of polyethylene resin by rotational moulding. 100% Recyclable. Item suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Available in different finishes.

WEIGHT

12 Kg

DIMENSIONS

FINISHES

BASIC

Ref. 58004A

Matt Polyethylene

LACQUERED

Ref. 58004F

Lacquered Polyethylene

LIGHTING

LIGHT

Ref. 58004W

White internally lit unit with LED technology. Available only in matte ice white finish.

RGBW LED

Ref. 58004L

Unit with internal lighting with RGBW LED technology and remote control unit for switching colors. Available only in matte ice white finish. Remote control included.

RGBW LED DMX

Ref. 58004D

Unit with internal lighting with RGBW LED technology and remote control unit for switching colors. Also controlLED by DMX-1024 (wireless), enabling communication between one or more products simultaneously via the DMX transmitter (not included).

RGBW LED BATTERY

Ref. 58004Y

Unit with internal lighting with battery-powered RGBW LED technology. Includes charger and remote control for switching colors and charger. Available only in matte ice white finish.

 

SELF-WATERING

SELF-WATERING

Ref. 58004R

Self-watering system included in all planters except those with basic finish





HARRY & CAMILA

Known for their mysterious objects, exemplars of vibrant design of the 21st century. The futuristic shapes are reminiscent of technologies applied to high speed, the imaginary of HARRY & CAMILA drawing on aeronautical performances, with fantasies of aircraft wings, space travel. Their resulting design approach concentrates on experimentation with materials and typologies. HARRY is from the Netherlands, class 1966, industrial designer with a degree from the Design Academy. In 2002 HARRY & CAMILA moved to Barcelona but continue to spend time in their adopted home working with a number of design manufactures. A good mix between the Dutch free spirit and Latin They work across a wide range of disciplines signing for clients worldwide.