Designed by Arthur Umanoff
The Umanoff Planter marries sleek powder coated steel lines with curved handwoven rattan for a natural contrast. Designed in 1961 by the late Arthur Umanoff, a master of mid-century modern, the elevated planter is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Structure in steel powder coated black and rattan
DIA270 x H270 mm
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