Fine details like a shadow line at the base of this planter speaks to its modest elegance and refined sensibility.
Square Series Planters
An Agreeable Complement
As Larry Kornegay’s first four-sided forms, the Square Series’ linear edges are a departure from the circular shapes of most of his other work. Yet their elegant silhouettes and luxuriant surfaces are unmistakably Kornegay. Graceful lines and a subtle return at the base of the planter showcase Kornegay’s commitment to fine design and quality craftsmanship. With a reserved character, the Square Series provides a sculptural element well suited to any space.
Always in Context
“I always design planters thinking in relation to architecture,” says Larry Kornegay. “When my studio used to be in Tempe, I would often drive by this beautiful contemporary steel and glass building. But out front were these clashing terracotta planters that I think did a disservice to the otherwise fantastic architecture. This sight was in my mind as I was designing the Square Series—I wanted to create something that could be equally at home among both traditional and contemporary architecture.”Visit the Larry Kornegay Artist Profile
Square Product Details
The Square Series are four-sided precast concrete landscape containers with tapered radius sides. Six different shapes and sizes—including two long, trough-like options—offer a diversity of landscape design possibilities. The Square Series ranges from 15” to 36” in height and 19” to 102” in diameter. The planters ship with standard 2-⅜” diameter drainage, or custom holes to function with irrigation & drainage plumbing. The Square Series is available in 9 standard colors, with additional color mixing available, and can be finished in a bituminous sealer (suggested for interior applications) or sandblast finish.
|SS-15||15 ″||70 ″||58.5 ″||665 lbs.|
|SS-18||18 ″||102 ″||89 ″||1,305 lbs.|
|SS-21||21 ″||27 ″||14 ″||495 lbs.|
|SS-27||27 ″||36 ″||22.5 ″||995 lbs.|
|SS-30||30 ″||19 ″||12 ″||440 lbs.|
|SS-36||36 ″||48 ″||32 ″||2,830 lbs.|
All weights are approximate.