Set of 4 concrete planters

99,00 €

French Viking Studio


A series of concrete pots for plantations also design! A bold concept imagined by a studio full of mischief, and made in his studio in Aubervilliers, near Paris.

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Size : Diam 10 cm, Height 10 cm (for the two small pots) and 15 cm (for two large pots)

Materials : concrete

Colors : light concrete, dark concrete

Information : easy to maintain. The set consists of 4 pots that do not have holes. Succulents are therefore recommended.

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History of the product

Who said that cement was only used to build houses and foundations? Certainly not! Discover with this brand new selection of varied objects having as a common point to be entirely made of this noble material! We will make you change your mind about cement and its friends! And as Le Corbusier said: concrete is a material that does not cheat !

All these reasons make us capsize for this series of circular pots in color gradients. Available in two sizes, you will compose your own indoor garden by placing the succulents of your choice, cactus, etc ... A nod urban and plant that will bring a touch of green to your decor !

The designer

The French Viking studio is first and foremost a meeting of two passionate people. Billy and Nadir meet in the summer of 2014. One works in finance, the other is a law student. A very specific common point animates them: the creation of small furniture and not least, those made of concrete.

Obviously it's love at first sight. After an installation in the XVIII arrondissement of Paris, they settled in 2016 in Aubervilliers to develop their art on a large surface. To give life to a material so often decried, to adapt it to different uses and to work it like a porcelain ... The challenge was daring but let's face it: they knew how to take it up with talent, elegance and imagination !

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