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This new series on revisiting past winners of our Masters of the Southwest award begins with concrete artisan Larry Kornegay.
At the moment, designer and sculptor Larry Kornegay is still working on 15 to 20 projects at his personal art studio in Phoenix, Arizona.
This rounded landscape container with a stylized surface pattern comes in three sizes, and is available in natural gray concrete as well as different pigments or a custom mix.
Agave Series planter by Kornegay Design, price upon request. The round, concrete landscape planter is finished with a raised geometric motif and a raw, sandblasted finish.
Rooted in an affinity for the landscape and a lifetime of dramatic architectural imagery, designer and artist Larry Kornegay finds much of his inspiration within the intricacies of nature.
Falling in love with the desert and its multifaceted landscape, especially for those like me with a raging city affinity, doesn’t always come easy.
Manufacturer: Kornegay Design Inspired by imagery of the Sonoran Desert, the Agave Series sports a dimensional pattern modeled after the succulent plant it’s named for.
Artist Larry Kornegay has designed everything from architectural signage to theme parks.
The design inspiration behind creating sustainable concrete planters and wood site furnishings.0
A miniature concrete mixer – complete with a working drum – is displayed in a cabinet in Larry Kornegay’s office as a reminder of his roots.
Although their tapered forms and raised bands are inspired by galvanized-metal washtubs, the Masaru series of planters are crafted from precast concrete.
The latest collection from the heralded Phoenix-based Kornegay Design, these majestic, precast pots in a range of gemstone-inspired hues weigh up to 740 pounds, lending a durable architectonic presence to any landscape.
Phoenix-based Kornegay Design, LLC, introduces the Quartz Series to its growing line of finely crafted cast concrete landscape containers.
A new line of landscape containers from Valley artist Larry Kornegay showcases the designer’s flair for using cast concrete as a sculptural medium.
“Small gestures get lost here,” says Arizona artist Larry Kornegay, who has created plant containers as wide as 4 feet to suit the landscapes of local designers.
With a graceful form inspired by the rhythmic undulations of desert sand dunes, these cast-concrete landscape containers are appropriately called the Dune Series.
Arizona natives, Larry and Paula Kornegay, have been the owners of Kornegay Design since 1997.
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