interiors turn evergreen with designer helen kontouris’ botanical planter screens. the collection includes four pieces available as single units or a family, to be used individually or in a wide variety of combinations.
each botanical planter screen functions in the same way as a single, self-watering planter pot
the botanical dividers encourage plants to ascend upon their stainless steel frames. three of helen kontouris‘ versatile designs, ready to bring the rejuvenating benefits of nature to any urban environment, resemble the skeletal structure of a leaf.
the dividers come in three different styles resembling the skeletal structures of leaves
the planter screens are constructed with bases in lightweight aluminium and designed with modularity in mind. hidden castor wheels allow for easy manoeuvrability and allow people the freedom of choice to play with shapes, curves and angles within a space.
‘acacia’, a design both squared and angled acts like a tree, allowing a plant to climb it’s trunk and expand across its branches.
unlike more complex ‘green walls’ and vertical gardens, each botanical planter screen functions in the same way as a single, self-watering planter pot – keeping ongoing maintenance to a minimum. as dividers for decorative purposes and as dividers in domestic environments, screens can be used for hospitality purposes, such as directional wayfinders in restaurants, cafes and foyers
‘banksia’ is a flexible, light and elegant screening referencing the round, cylinder shape of a banksia flower seen from above
‘wattle’ is a rounded square form with organic curves
‘waratah’ is utilitarian in nature, allowing people to create a straight wall of greenery
the screens can be used to create a wall of greenery within an interior
the panels can be used for indoor and outdoor purposes including hospitals, restaurants and foyers
the botanical planter screens create rejuvenating refuges surrounded by the unobtrusive lightness of nature