Willy Guhl (1915-2004) was a Swiss furniture, product and interior designer, famed for his pioneering designs and Eternit, a company that created weather-resistant, affordable cement-based garden planters which were lighter than stone and very durable. Willy Guhl was very much part of the neo-functional design in the Europe in the mid 20thcentury.
This huge satellite shaped planter stands on a decorative cast iron 3 legged support, drainage holes provided, in excellent condition with a time aged patina.
H50 cm D120 cm Bowl
Max Feet Width 134cm