There are a few examples of stylish and modern geometric flower pots and planters around out there but when the size increases the choice definitely decreases. I designed my range of origami planters for those customers that wanted a geometric form at a larger size than usual. The problem comes in the moulding phase where the sheers weight of a large planter inhibits the production of more interesting shapes in heavy materials. My range has been designed in such a way that I can get around that and offer an interesting array of shapes that are very different to what other companies can offer.

If different is what you are looking for but you still want a symmetrical design then the all of my pots could be just up yours street. They come in various sizes but all focus on offering large pots for both indoors and outdoors.

By adding light to the situation you can really make a feature of my geometric planters in you garden.