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Planter

Broberg & Ridderstråle

This set of planters is characterised by sides that taper inwards and upwards from the base, meeting the upper rim at an inner point, making the upper part of the frame visible while concealing the lower half. By making the frame visible, it creates a wide rim and provides handles.

Dimensions and weight

120 l VERSION
Length: 120 cm, Width: 30 cm, Height: 40 cm, Volume: 120 l
Weight: 35 kg.

130 l VERSION
Length: 55 cm, Width: 55 cm, Height: 52 cm
Weight: 24 kg.

340 l VERSION
Length: 70 cm, Width: 70 cm, Height: 68 cm
Weight 44 kg.

730 l VERSION
Length: 95 cm, Width: 95 cm, Height: 92 cm
Weight 55 kg.

Materials

Sheet steel.

The planters are made from rust-resistant sheet steel powder-coated in Noir 2200 Sablé. The biggest planter 750 l is blasted, galvanized and painted.

Standard colours

Noir 2200 Sablé

Product number

Ö13-56 Frame, 130 liter. 55x55x52 cm.
Ö13-57 Frame, 340 liter. 70x70x68 cm.
Ö13-58 Frame, 120 liter. 120x30x40 cm.
Ö13-59 Frame, 730 liter. 95x95x92 cm.
Ö13-57BT25 Bevattningstank 25L till Frame, 340 liter.
Ö 13-58G-1 Gummiduksbotten till 120 liter.
Ö 13-56G-1 Gummiduksbotten till 130 liter.
Ö 13-57G-1 Gummiduksbotten till 340 liter.

Assembly and placement

Freestanding. Can be attached to the surface with M10 bolts.

Variants

Available in 120-litre, 130-litre, 340-litre or 730-litre versions.

Character

This set of planters is characterised by sides that taper inwards and upwards from the base. The design is simple, but has a lot of impact.

Frame

Planter

Broberg & Ridderstråle

This set of planters is characterised by sides that taper inwards and upwards from the base, meeting the upper rim at an inner point, making the upper part of the frame visible while concealing the lower half. By making the frame visible, it creates a wide rim and provides handles.

Designers

Broberg & Ridderstråle

Stockholm based Broberg & Ridderstråle Design & Architecture is founded and run by Mats Broberg and Johan Ridderstråle. The duo met at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design (Konstfack) where they both studied furniture and interior design. Today they work within the fields of architecture and design. Their design method is based on the traditional craft, where they often gather inspiration from their daily lives only to then add a new twist to the design that lifts the product to a new level. Broberg & Ridderstråle have throughout the years designed numerous products and furniture series for Nola.

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