TORTUGA Introduces Platform Vessel Collection for Indoor + Outdoor Gardening

08.05.20 | By
TORTUGA Introduces Platform Vessel Collection for Indoor + Outdoor Gardening

TORTUGA just introduced their latest collaboration – this time with Light + Ladder founder Farrah Sit, who designed a sculptural system for both indoor and outdoor gardening. The Platform Vessel Collection comprises concrete and natural stone terrazzo planters and bowls in geometric shapes that can nestle together or be used on their own. When fitted together, a winding S-shape is created referencing TORTUGA’s signature use of bold curves and shapes, which results in a clean yet visually dynamic landscape for your favorite plants. The unique vessels, which are inspired by Bauhaus architecture, come in pairs of two (one small and one medium) in complementary colors – Peaches and Cream Set (1 medium coral and 1 small white), the Contemporary Set (1 medium coral and 1 small graphite), and the Yin Yang Set (1 medium graphite and 1 small white). There’s also a set of three planters – the Beach Set – which includes two small coral and one medium coral.

Peaches and Cream Set

Contemporary Set

Yin Yang Set

Beach Set

Yin Yang Bowl Set

The Platform Vessel Collection also includes the cantilevered Platform Bowls, which are the perfect catchall for all of your smaller items, like keys, change, or desk accessories. The Platform Bowls come as the Yin Yang Bowl Set with one white and one graphite bowl.

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Photos by Hannah Whitaker.

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