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Lakeside Litter

Designed By Margaret McCurry

Part of the Lakeside line

Lakeside Litter receptacles are simple steel cylinders with a recessed base, offered with optional nature-inspired decorative motifs. Designed by celebrated architect Margaret McCurry, the patterned litters feature leaf or grass motifs that is evocative of American vernacular design and coordinate with other elements in the Lakeside line.


Offered in side opening and top opening styles 

Feature 30 and 35-gallon capacities 

Removable black polyethylene liner included 

Option combination not available. Please select different options.

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Margaret McCurry

Margaret McCurry is an architect, Chicago native, and graduate Loeb Fellow in Advanced Environmental Studies from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. In 1982, she merged her architecture and interiors practice to form Tigerman McCurry Architects, a firm committed to the creation of a contemporary and authentically American architecture and the recipient of seven national AIA awards. McCurry's work focuses on residential architecture and interiors. She is a member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame, was named "Designer of Distinction" for 2002 by ASID and an “Icon of Design” by Traditional Home Magazine in 2009. Her Lakeside Collection received Interior Design Magazine’s Best of the Year Award in 2006.

If you’d like to request a quote, finish and material samples, or information about making modifications to this product, please contact your Landscape Forms representative.  

All colors, textures and patterns represented on the Landscape Forms website are approximate and may vary from samples and final product. 


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