Well watering can is a well thought-through and functional design piece. The watering can is indeed a well and good for both watering and paying attention to your gardening ambitions.
The most prominent feature of the watering can is its softly shaped corpus with a slightly concave top surface - guiding the water into the vessel. The opening in top draws inspiration from ponds, pools and springs. The handle bends around the corpus in a way allowing you to change your grip when the balance of the watering can is shifting: from carrying to pouring. Apart from being the perfect watering can – it also works as a sculpture in your home.
- Stainless Steel
- Length: 43 cm / 16.92 Inch
- Width: 18 cm / 7.09 Inch
- Height: 21.5 cm / 8.46 Inch
- Volume: 2.3 liter / 0.6 gal
Based in Fredensborg, Denmark, MENU is a design company collaborating with some of the most talented designers in the world. They deliver high quality design with a crisp Scandinavian look. They call it Soft Minimalism. Obsessed with clever solutions and functional details, each new Menu product always has a new function, a new material or a new production method. That originality makes each product a true Menu product.
They are passionate, original and responsible. Using local factories or small private co-operatives Menu can produce good, high quality products and at the same time provide the people involved in the production with a better economic foundation.
Menu Well Watering Can Designed by:
- Anderssen & Voll
Anderssen & Voll
Torbjørn Anderssen - Norway, 1976 / Espen Voll - Norway, 1965
After ten years of collaboration at the Oslo based Norway Says design company, founders Torbjørn Andersen and Espen Voll have set about creating a new firm. Andersen & Voll was launched in autumn 2009 and have quickly set about creating modern, clean designs for which they have become known. Anderssen & Voll works within various fields of design, but focuses main on domestic objects.
Anderssen & Voll are two thirds of the former Norway Says and among the most prominent and succesful Norwegian designers. They have formerly been named both Norwegian and Scandinavian designers of the year in Norway and have received international awards and recognition for their work with furniture, lighting and home accessories.