Moma Medium Planter
Formed in 2010, Vondom is already making waves in the world of modern outdoor furniture design and manufacturing. Apart from a premium selection of avant-garde outdoor tables, chairs, chaise lounges and stools, the company also offers accessories and decorative pots, bringing contemporary elegance to alfresco and indoor spaces.
The architectural grandeur of each Vondom invention is an aesthetic manifestation of the company's passion for design and Mediterranean style. Renowned architects lead the development of Vondom's original designs, which feature eye-catching art-gallery silhouettes ranging from familiar to peculiar without sacrificing full functionality. In their collections you'll find sleek tables, some of which double as storage, and seats that resemble sculptural masterpieces but are surprisingly comfortable. For added practicality, some Vondom planters incorporate a self-watering system and many of their furniture pieces have an internal lamp or LED lighting, making them lights themselves. With a comprehensive range of products and color options, there's a Vondom for every style conscious user.
To maintain their superior standard for artistry and quality, all Vondom pieces are made in Valencia, Spain using an ecological material called polyethylene, which is highly weatherproof and hardwearing. The creativity goes beyond the product itself and extends to the deployment of cutting-edge machinery, such as advanced roto-molding technology. Shaping polyethylene into sophisticated contours through this green manufacturing process is a near impossible feat, resulting in the production of highly exclusive products.
While an excellent choice for enriching the ambiance of homes, Vondom is also making a statement in elite venues, exclusive events, and five-star hotels. Thus, it's no surprise that Vondom is often seen in online and print publications while drawing admiring glances at international fairs.
Born in Valencia, Spain, 1950. At the age of 19, Mariscal started publishing cartoons that featured his first character, El Senor del Caballito. In 1971 he moved to Barcelona to study at the Escuela Elisava where he founded El Rrollo Enmascarado, an underground comic strip that was sold on the streets. In 1989, the same year his cartoon figure Cobi was chosen as the Olympic mascot of Barcelona 92, he also founded Estudio Mariscal. With Alfredo Arribas the studio designed the Acuarinto children's area inside the Huis ten Bosch park of Nagasaki (Japan). This project combines architecture, interior design, graphic images, animation, merchandising and new media techniques. In 1996 his cartoon figure Twipsy was chosen as the mascot of the Hanover 2000 World Expo.
Javier Mariscal has never abandoned the more artistic side of his career and his work has been displayed in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the years. He gives conferences in different countries, and shows his work and explains his professional experience to students of various disciplines.View other products by Javier Mariscal