2011
Jardinera Otto de hormigón de Emiliana Design Studio en Ibiza
Jardinera Otto de hormigón de Emiliana Design Studio en Ibiza

Otto is a modular site furnishing element which can be used as a tree guard, a large flower box or as a sandbox for children. Its unique geometry generates a dialogue between inside and outside and between container and content. Otto thus invites us to enter and lie or sit on its perimeter.

Jardinera Otto de hormigón de Emiliana Design Studio en Ibiza
Jardinera Otto de hormigón de Emiliana Design Studio en Ibiza
Jardinera Otto de hormigón de Emiliana Design Studio en Ibiza
Jardinera Otto de hormigón de Emiliana Design Studio en Amorebieta-Etxano, Vizcaya
Jardinera Otto de hormigón de Emiliana Design Studio en Amorebieta-Etxano, Vizcaya
Jardinera Otto de hormigón de Emiliana Design Studio en Amorebieta-Etxano, Vizcaya

Designed and installed as sandboxes for children in the landscaping of the park over the roof structure and integration of the railway station in the city of Logroño.

Otto is made up of four sectors that form an octagon inside a circumference with a diameter of 5 metres. Otto’s octagonal shape permits the connection and unlimited repetition of the modules. The connection between Ottos is made by joining their common sides, with four options: A-A, B-B, C-C or D-D. Otto combines a versatile use as both a flower box and a large tree guard that delimits public areas and can also be used as a sandbox for children.

Otto is made from reinforced concrete with an etched water-repellent finish and is supplied in the standard chart colour. It is self-standing and can be placed on the paving or sand, and requires no anchoring elements. The union of the modules in one ring does not require the creation of a joint between them.
 

Features

Otto
Ø500 x 54 cm / 2500 kg/p.
Materials
Etched and waterproofed Concrete
Colours:

GR. Grey

GR. Grey

NG. Black

NG. Black

BL. White

BL. White

CA. CA Grey

CA. CA Grey

RA. Red

RA. Red

BG. Beige

BG. Beige

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