The unround planters set shapes come from a series of practical experimentation consisting of deforming freshly thrown clay cylindres, hence the name “unround”. Slowly, the pieces take their organic shapes that can refer to the plasticity of raw clay, but also to lakes, ponds or more directly related to Mino, quarries.
On a functional level, the unround planter set have been designed with a modular aspect in mind. Indeed, in a three piece set, the medium piece can either become the planter or the saucer, so two combinaisons are possible with only three pieces instead of four.
This modular aspect, paired with the formal one, allow many combinations and possibilities, depending on how the planter plays with its saucer once stacked together and depending on the viewpoint due to the planters unsymmetrical form.