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Förster flowerpot, polished

By Skultuna


  • Description

    Staying true to the historic production methods of Skultuna, Monica Förster and her design studio came up with a series of flowerpots made in the very old method of metal spinning. Metal spinning is a production method that has been in constant use during the last centuries in Skultuna and makes it possible to make large round three dimensional objects out of sheet metal. The flowerpots resemble classical pots made of terracotta with a small inclination in the lower part.

  • Technical Info

    Extra Small: Ø 15 x H:11.5cm
    Small: Ø 19.2 x H:14cm
    Medium: Ø 26.6 x H:21cm
    Large: Ø 40 x H:31cm

    Care instructions: Do not place them on top of delicate surfaces, possibility of tarnishing if wet underneath (also through condensation). Use a tray underneath if unsure. For polishing of the pots made of brushed brass we recommend a water-soluble cleanser, we recommend Bistro Copper & Brass Polishes.

  • Designer
    Monica Förster

    Monica Förster, creater of some of the most internationally renowed objects in contemporary Swedish design today, is based in Stockholm but grew up close to the artic circle in the very north of Sweden. Her work is categorized by a strong sense of pure form mixed with a never-ending curiosity for new materials and technology. Always trying to work in a cross-disciplinary way, she invents and renews typologies in industrial, furniture and object design.
    She has been awarded with Excellent Swedish Design, Design Plus in Germany, and was awarded FutureDesignDays Award 2002. She has also been represented in the International Design Yearbook. Monica Förster design studio works worldwide with clients such as Poltrona Frau, Cappellini, Modus, Tacchini, E&Y Japan, Offecct, David Design, Nola, Swedese and Skruf.

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