One of the most overlooked aspects of any interior design project is the containers used for interior plant scape. Don’t make the mistake of not budgeting for this at the onset of your project whether commercial or residential, as it often leads to last minutes choices found in a rush without the thought process it deserves. Archiped is just one company that I look to for high quality planters for both inside and out. Take a peek – see what you think.
ARCHIPED CLASSICS creates fine cast stone urns, jardinières, pedestal tables and garden ornaments for an international clientele of designers, architects and landscape architects. The company’s pieces grace residential and commercial sites throughout the Middle East, South America, Mexico, Canada and the United States.
ARCHIPED CLASSICS urns and jardinières are noted for their durability as well as for their style. Not only do the pieces withstand extreme heat and cold without cracking, most are ARCHIPED CLASSICS design exclusives. Many ARCHIPED CLASSICS pieces are cast directly from antique originals, whereas others are designed by French artist Jacques Lamy, recipient of the Prix de Rome de Peinture.
Founded in 1989 by Shelley and Richard Stanzel, ARCHIPED CLASSICS has grown from its humble beginnings on a street corner in Dallas to a thriving international business. Richard Stanzel not only runs the company, he personally creates each mold.
ARCHIPED CLASSICS is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. The company showroom fronts the manufacturing facilities in the Dallas Design District.
Their web site is www.archipedclassics.com.