Big Planters with Big Personality

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    The Amon collection created by designer Roberto Garbugli is a sublime encounter between elegance and eclecticism, intending to surprise and enchant. The collection of large scale containers synthesizes manufacturing excellence and stylish glamour thanks to its accurate lines and high quality materials used, which is in line with the philosophy that always distinguishes Tonelli products. This is a company with a great history in glass design and they are taking a new direction with these new concepts in glass designed planters.Amon collection consists of three different sizes and a versatility of the numerous finishes available for the side panels. Glass can be lacquered in black, white or mirrored finish and the wood veneers in rosewood, light or black ebony. Leather is available in a dark natural finish or an embossed white crocodile pattern. Details in the screw fixing are also made as a feature in either brass or stainless steel.

    An optional LED lighting kit can be added to create edge-lit feature of the upper glass panels and illuminate the foliage or whatever feature you chose to put in the planters. Suggestions include: Bamboo, witch hazel sticks, olive/citrus trees, orchids or bonsai, perhaps finished with a surface dressing or pebbles or moss. You can style the contents of these planters to suit your interior and even change them seasonally.

    These planters will make a stylish addition into any high end interior. Use them as standalone features to fill empty looking atrium spaces or use them as a barrier to divide areas or provide privacy. Use them for the delight of your visitors with plants as living works of art.

    These planters are primarily designed for use inside. We can get the black and white lacquered glass models adapted for use outside for the entrance of a building. Please ask for details.

    For added luxury, planters can also be personalized with your logo – please contact us for further details.

    Daniel Fountain / 30.08.2011

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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