Square Plant Pot Size 6

Patterns in concrete

Angular geometric shapes and curvaceous edges create a surface pattern akin to a Le Corbusier building. Inspired by the great pioneer of modernist architecture this contemporary matt look, is equally at home in the city as in the country.

The stark colour of the concrete contrasting against the lush green plant life sees nature working in harmony with manmade.

Each pot has an unglazed base with small felt feet. It is lined with a painted protective sealant to try to protect the pot and the surface the pot sits on from water damage, however this is not a 100% guarantee, so do protect your surfaces or use a watertight lining.

Due to its wonderful handmade qualities, slight imperfections and variations may occur in colour, shape and size.

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This pot is not frost proof. Not guaranteed watertight so protect surfaces or use a waterproof liner. This pot has no drainage holes, but plants can be planted directly into the pot or placed in an appropriately sized nursery pot prior to inserting in the planter. To help you select the right sized pot for your plant consult our size guide to find the nursery pot that fits this product.
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Marie Michielssen

"I'm on a continuous quest for beauty"

Marie Michielssen is know for her eclectic and artistic approach to design with an output of controlled elegance. A world of beauty expressed in extremes. Finding a way of seamlesly threading together a story to create a perfectly balanced product.


Everything she touches has soul and beauty. However her quest for beauty does not exclude functionality.

“Functionality and comfort are crucial in the design process. To me design is inextricably linked with an experience. And this experience can only be optimised when you get the object’s function right.”

Having designed many a range for Serax these simple pots made from concrete, and versions with a glazed finish, are some of her simplest productions.

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