Fence e Fence Small Planter

€193,00
Tax included
Color: PIETRA DELLA DOLOMITI
Description

The Fence-e-Fence planter, designed by Raffaella Mangiarotti for Serralunga. A taste of Provence in the traditional shapes of wood defines the design of the Fence planter. The Fence-e-Fence small planter takes the traditional flower “box” and recreates it with a modern twist. A light design characterizes the surface, making it three-dimensional. The Fence-e-Fence planter blends easily with every style and environment.


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.

Dimensions

lenght: 45 cm
width: 35 cm
height: 60 cm
weight: 6 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

Raffaella Mangiarotti

Raffaella Mangiarotti, works and lives in Milan.
Graduated cum laude in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano, where she continues to work as a researcher, she founded deepdesign with Matteo Bazzicalupo, working in industrial design for several companies, among them, Barilla, Coca Cola, Coin, Coop, Daimler Chrysler, Guzzini, JVC, Kimberley Clarck, Kitchen Aids, Kraft, Imetec, Mandarina Duck, Matsushita, NEC, San Lorenzo, Serralunga, Skitsch, Smeg, Turin Olympiads 2006, and Whirlpool Europe.
She has received several prizes on an international level. Dandelion Lamp is part of the permanent design collection of MoMA in NY.
In December 2009, the Triennale Design Museum of Milano dedicated a solo exhibition and a self entitled book “L’anima sensibile delle cose” to deepdesign, curated by Cristina Morozzi, ed. Electa 2009.