Flow Planter Large

€9.565,00
Tax included
Description

Zaha Hadid seems to have taken inspiration from sculpted, futuristic shapes to create the Flow pot sculpture. Flow really does leave you speechless, particularly given its 2-metre height and its curvy, elegant shape that make it unique and continually changing according to the angle it is observed from. Zaha Hadid is the mother of Serralunga Flow.


Features

Material: Made from LLDPE (linear low-density polyethylene)

Production method: Rotational molding

Suitable for outdoor use and all-weather resistant.
UV protection, 100% recyclable material, solution dyed. High degree of mechanical strength and resistance to impacts. Resistant to temperatures, minus 35°C plus 80°C.

Lacquered finish: Hand finishing for lacquered products: surface preparation, application of base coat, lacquering with oven-fixed liquid acrylic or polyurethane paint, polishing.

Dimensions

lenght: 146 cm
width: 146 cm
height: 200 cm
weight: 80 kg

Care Intructions

To remove dust and dirt from the surfaces of the product you will need to periodically clean with a damp cloth soaked in common detergent or soap and rinsed with water.
The products with a lacquered finish are more sensitive to scratches; for this reason use a polish cleaner, gently cleaning with a soft tissue.

Avoid the use of heavy chemicals. Avoid the use of ethanol or any liquid containing, even in small amounts, acetone, trichloroethylene and ammonia (solvents in general).

Shipping information

Our products are produced on demand. The average production time is 10 business day for standard products and 15 business days for Moleskin products.

Once the products are ready, they are shipped either with standard boxes or on single or double pallet depending on the size.

Standard delivery time: 4-5 days depending on your location.

With this approach Serralunga follows a sustainable approach on production and stock management.

INTRODUCING

Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid is an architect who consistently pushes the boundaries of architecture and urban design. Her work experiments with new spatial concepts intensifying existing urban landscapes in the pursuit of a visionary aesthetic that encompasses all fields of design, ranging from urban scale through to products, interiors and furniture.
Best known for her seminal built works (Vitra Fire Station, Land Formation-One, Bergisel Ski-Jump, Strasbourg Tram Station, the Rosenthal Centre for Contemporary Art in Cincinnati, the BMW Central Building in Leipzig, the Hotel Puerta America – interior - in Madrid, the Ordrupgaard Museum Extention in Copenhagen and the Phaeno Science Center in Wolfsburg), her central concerns involve a simultaneous engagement in practice, teaching and research.
Zaha Hadid has been the first woman to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 2004.