The robust geometry of the Morella Bin makes it appear to be floating above the ground. Its elementary nature enables its use to be extended to historical areas where the textures and atmospheres generated by the superimposing of cultures and times do not accept the use of just any material or shape.
The Morella Bin is part of the series that received its name due to being designed for use in the public space of the city of Morella.
It is presented as a cylinder suspended from its generatrix, and the only material used is corten steel. An articular stainless steel ring is used to support and hold the plastic waste bag. Optionally, the bin may have a lid and an ashtray in the shape of an attached cylinder, with both accessories being made from the same material.
It is made from a single sheet of machined, welded corten steel with a thickness of 4 mm resting on a T-shaped profile of 30 mm. After sandblasting and applying a baked powder coated “corten effect” finish, its surface is smooth and agreeable to the touch. It is fixed to the paving by means of two hidden M16 x 140 mm screws. Optionally, the bin may have a lid and an ashtray with a detachable internal container that can be emptied.