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2016/ Arita

BG — Small Planter

By Big Game

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From the 2016/ collection by Swiss-based design trio Big Game, the Planter series features a collection of a small, medium and large white ceramic planters that can be combined with different coloured Saucers. The same Saucers fit all three planters. 

The optional Saucers collect excess water through the drain in the Planters so as to control the hydration of the plant. 

Designer Big Game (Switzerland, 2016)
 Handmade Ceramic 
Origin Made in Japan
Colour White
Diameter 110mm / 4.3"  
Height 100mm / 3.9"

Big Game
Lausanne, Switzerland
Big-Game is a design studio based in Lausanne, Switzerland. It was founded in 2004 by Grégoire Jeanmonod (b. 1978), Elric Petit (b. 1978) and Augustin Scott de Martinville (b. 1980), who are Swiss, Belgian and French respectively. Jeanmonod and Scott de Martinville are both graduates of ECAL, in Lausanne, Switzerland, while Petit graduated from La Cambre, in Brussels, Belgium. This trio of designers somehow combine a relaxed South European approach with a type of Flemish functionality, and this has brought them a number of international design awards. They have a preference for simple, functional objects and are comfortable working across a range of product design briefs, both large and small. They all currently teach at ECAL and the energy and kind of refection this brings can be seen in the positivity of their work.
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2016/ Arita

Arita, Japan
2016/ makes contemporary porcelain using the specialist skills found in the pottery town of Arita, Japan. Local artistry is combined with international design talent in the making of desirable, everyday porcelain products.

Founded in 2016 - in celebration of 400 years of pottery production in Arita - 2016/ brought together 16 designers from around the world with an array of cultural backgrounds, the designers have re-interpreted classic Arita-ware, harnessing all the craft’s techniques to usher forth a new creative standard that the world will embrace as part of everyday living.

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