Planters And Vases Inspired By Urban Architecture

Tiipoi launched Siment, the newest collection of concrete planters and vases inspired by urban infrastructure in present day India.
The collection consists of three mini planters, based on Indian water towers, and two vases based on the metro flyovers, that dominate the landscape. Siment miniaturises functional and architectural features like pipework, ladders, and stairs, rendering them into decorative elements.

The vases and planters were 3D printed, silicone moulds were made from the prints, and then cast in concrete.
Siment will launch during London Design Festival 2018 at the exhibition ‘Edit 18’ at twentytwentyone,
River Street. In addition, there will be an immersive window display at twentytwentyone, Upper Street
where the collection will be available to buy.
Tiipoi is a design studio and brand based between London and Bangalore, India. According to Spandana Gopal, founder of the Tiipoi studio, the pieces represent the blurring of function and decoration that is synonymous with India.

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