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Lena Planter

Designed By Escofet

Part of the Escofet line

Lena, designed by Manuel Ruisanchez Arquitecte for Escofet, is a large volume planter with a slanted cone shape and deep-grooved surfaces. The reinforced cast stone planter can be used in two positions, either with the larger diameter at the top or the bottom. With either orientation, the bottom of the planter is open to the ground and can be installed on hardscape or landscape.


Hefty weight allows for freestanding installation

Reinforced Cast Stone enables thinner forms without sacrificing strength

Offered in 4 neutral, versatile earth tones 

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Founded in Barcelona in 1886, Escofet began as a manufacturer of cement tiles for architectural application and has since evolved into a world design leader in the innovation of urban elements. The group works closely with designers to create the highest quality cast concrete, wood, metal, and high-density polyethylene site furnishings. It has a long tradition of collaboration with elite architects and artists from Antoni Gaudí and Joan Miró, to Ricardo Bofill, Arata Izozaki, Jean Nouvel and Richard Rogers. Today, Escofet is at the forefront of the movement for urban transformation, developing solutions that energize, beautify and enhance the usability of public outdoor space. 

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