If, with Santavase (the screw-in garden planters), the ground can be sloped and the garden planter stays straight, with Pisa, if the ground is straight the large planter can only be sloped.

In contrast to the plant, that grows upright, the container affirms its formal identity through the line of the edge that is not parallel with the ground.

The rest is barely designed, except for the line that single-handedly identifies the object.


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