Charming, Shady, Airy
by Martina Metzner | 8/7/2015
Alea – ingenuity meets flowerpot
As everyone knows, large flowerpots often look great, but they are almost impossible to move. Putting them on a rolling plant caddy might be a practical solution, but is not really an aesthetic one. The obvious solution: Alea.
Alea consists of a frame on wheels hidden by a polyester flowerpot cover. To move the filled flowerpot, just lift the flowerpot cover 20 cm and turn it 45°. Now that the wheels are released, you can easily move the unit. To put it back at its original spot, just carry out the same operations in reverse order.
Facts & figures
· Alea consists of a galvanised steel frame, a flowerpot, and a flowerpot cover.
· Both the flowerpot and the flowerpot cover are made of polyester fibreglass.
· Alea has a built-in water reservoir.
· Alea is available in two sizes: 52 x 52 x 46 cm and 90 x 90 x 85 cm.
The five standard colours are red, ivory, white, grey, and black. Subject to a minimum order quantity of 10 units, they are however available in any RAL colour.
|Width||520 mm / 900 mm|
|Height||475 mm / 815 mm|
|Depth||520 mm / 900 mm|
shades of red