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                Load image into Gallery viewer, Nebl flowerpot large - Minor flaws

                Load image into Gallery viewer, Nebl flowerpot large - Minor flaws

                Load image into Gallery viewer, Nebl flowerpot large - Minor flaws

Nebl flowerpot large - Minor flaws


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    Nebl flowerpot large is an intuitive and innovative flowerpot, that salutes unity and simplicity. Nebel is the German word for “fog” and this exact meteorological phenomenon is the main source of inspiration for designer Micheal Rem.

    NOTE! On these there may be minor scratches and air bubbles in the glass.


    Product name: Nebl
    Product category: flowerpot
    Variant: Large
    Color: Grey
    Material: Glass and ceramics
    Designer: Michael Rem
    Dimensions: Glass, Ø: 24,5 cm, H: 30 cm. Base, Ø: 11,7 cm, H: 13 cm

    Nebl flowerpot large is a planter with character. The distinctive design and the matte finish of the glass adds an exclusiveness and tactility to Nebl, that makes it hard not to get intrigued.

    Nebl flowerpot large consists of two parts: A ceramic base in which the plant is placed, and a frosted glass that is placed on the base. The glass has two openings with different sizes, which makes it possible to place the glass either high or low on the base.

    The pure and decadent design of Nebl represents the sense of peacefulness and calmness that strikes, when everything is wrapped in rich, grey quietness on a foggy day. Simplicity, emotionality and innovation are mantras in Michael Rem’s design philosophy, which are turned into concrete ideas based on inspiration and impressions from everyday life. On Nebl, Michael Rem says: “To go for a walk on a foggy morning and feel the fresh air in your lungs. Water condensates on your skin. Only blurry silhouettes around you define the limits of your current world. There is nothing behind the borders. Only imagination and spectacle. The fog hides all the unnecessary things, but reveals the perfection of the simple things.”