Seasons Place, Bejing
Planter pots in the newest shopping mall in the new Business District of Beijing (Financial Street), called for a sophisticated design, in a finish and colour to match the sandstone floor. We designed and manufactured planter pots of 1.5M wide by 700mm high to hold colourful plant arrangements also provided by Plant~a~Park.
Their restaurant is designed with an east/west mix with many reflexive surfaces. We designed and manufactured a three-tiered pot with an antique fronze finish, 1M wide x 900mm high.
Kwun Lung Lau
The roof garden on each tower called for low, sturdy planters for living plants. The design of the planter was a collaboration effort between our company and the landscape architect, ACLA. Grey stone finish.
Causeway Bay Centre
An outdoor planter right around the building called for living plants, and the design was a collaborative effort between our company and the landscape architect, Urbis. Sandstone finish.
The classical design of plinths and railings demanded a classical approach to the planter urn. Finish sandstone.
Classical columns and marble floors on a large podium demanded large planters to hold heavy-headed Cycas Palms. Sandstone finish.
Hard Rock Hotel, City of Dreams, Macau
This funky, trendy hotel called for planters in a very different design. Here, the motif of fish hanging behind the Reception Desk was employed on the planter, in red and metallic finishes.